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Ginger shot with a blender

Ginger shot with a blender

The February month is being distinctively indecisive regarding the Berlin weather. One day it’ll be 11° beautiful degrees, only to be -7° the very next one. Everybody is sick. I’ve already been sick once and I am refusing to let the germs come at me […]

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Applescotch pie – low in sugar

Applescotch pie – low in sugar

Once upon a time there was the Queen of Cakes, and everyone who had a birthday at her office would consider themselves lucky if she baked something yummie for the occasion. Right, enough of the Fairytale, but it is true that every time I bring […]

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No sugar healthy donuts

No sugar healthy donuts

This recipe is another one of those brought to you by Cocinando Sabores, with February’s challenge to make homemade donuts from scratch and low in calories. These no-sugar donuts are baked in the oven (the sweetness is added with honey instead) instead of deep-fried. They […]

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Red coloured 20 minute gnocchi

Red coloured 20 minute gnocchi

My darlings, since the flu has decided to take me prisoner for a few days, a simple recipe is all I can bring you at this moment. I look forward to days filled with complex baking recipes, beautiful and rich ganache, creme brulée, and my […]

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Marble effect clay coasters

Marble effect clay coasters

When the blog first came to life I thought of this project as the first craft I wanted to introduce to you, and for one reason or another I’ve not found the time to go buy oven clay as my supplies at home went dry […]

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Tomato marmalade

Tomato marmalade

The year isn’t over yet but here I come with the very popular recipe I promised: the delicious and original tomato marmalade. It can sound a tad strange, since tomato is an ingredient usually associated to savoury and not sweet, but this marmalade is perfect […]

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Schnitzel mit Kochkäse und Musik – Breaded cutlet with cheese and “music”

Schnitzel mit Kochkäse und Musik – Breaded cutlet with cheese and “music”

Personally, I never really understood what all the fuss was about when it came to breaded cutlet. It’s a very popular food in Spain, and it’s the most typical “kiddies menu” together with spaghetti bolognese. I’ve just never been a huge fan of deep fried […]

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Bunyols de vent – Mallorquin sweet puffs

Bunyols de vent – Mallorquin sweet puffs

In Mallorca, this time of the year we celebrate St. Ursula (21st October) or mostly known as the Virgins’ Day. The story behind is quite gruesome, involving St. Ursula and 11000 virgins’ pilgrimage to Rome through Germany, where they were killed by the huns as […]

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Salted caramel mulled cider

Salted caramel mulled cider

Here in Germany you can hear Christmas around the corner (I won’t mention the fact that all the stores carry the typical seasonal crap since already weeks ago…). It’s beautifully autumnal right now, the yellow and red leaves are scattered everywhere and it just feels […]

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Fruit & nut chocolates

Fruit & nut chocolates

As you may already know, I’m part british (although many people can’t tell due to my mish-mash of an accent) which automatically makes me a Cadbury lover. And it is no secret that my all-time favourite chocolate is their Fruit & Nut – followed closely […]

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