*Werbung weil Marke im Bild erkennbar* Wie ich die Gartensaison liebe… Frisches, selbstangebautes Gemüse zu leckeren Speisen zu verarbeiten, ist für mich Lebensqualität pur. Außerdem bietet das Ganze Gelegenheit neue Kreationen für meinen kleinen Nachwuchsgärtner auszuprobieren: Wie zum Beispiel die Zucchini Spaghetti mit Mangold-Erdnuss-Soße! Yum! Wenn er das Gemüse zudem nicht nur mit gepflegt und […]
Tomaten-Rezept für Kinder gesucht? Hier wirst du fündig! <3 English-speaking people click here please. Als Mutter bekommt man noch einmal einen ganz anderen Blick aufs Essen – ob es nun um den Zucker geht, der völlig überflüssigerweise in vielen Lebensmitteln enthalten ist oder um die Frage: Wie zum Teufel bekomme ich das Gemüse ins Kind?
Last-minute rescue – that´s how I would describe my very last cooking date this year! A few weeks ago two lovely Bulgarian girls and I decided to cook together when they are coming to Berlin in Dezember. They came, they “were silent”, they said that they rather want to go out with me for a drink […]
YES! Of course I include a German recipe in my challenge as well. A very special one – a very delicious one – a very famous one – Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte (Black Forest cake)! Supported by Nina, who loves to make cakes, I thought that would be the easiest of all things we could cook or bake. […]
As I told you before, I´m trying to help stray cats from Romania. We needed more space to get the cats of the streets of Bucarest. That´s why I looked for more people who would agree to foster a cat until we find a new home for the animal. That way I found Anna from Austria. […]
The Romanians and Moldavians share a very similar cuisine so I was really happy to learn another recipe that belongs to that region. My teacher this time was a Moldovan girl named Katya. Yes again – a female cook! 😉 Katya lives in Tiraspol – the second largest city in Moldova. Tiraspol is the capital of […]
Franca contacted me on Facebook. She read about my project and wanted to be the Bolivian part of “vegan international”. I liked that idea very much – as you know – I LOVE the South American cuisine. Veggi Franca lives in Sucre – one more reason why she is perfect to be part of my […]
Although Denmark is pretty close to Germany it was kind of hard to find someone to cook with. I mean many people said “yes – here I am” but then last minute they had no time anymore. That happened like 4 times in a row. I have to admit that I was a bit angry […]
I have a very special connection to Romania. Not only that my boyfriend is half Romanian – two of my cats used to live on the streets of Bucharest before I adopted them. They are the cutest babies in the world! <3 Since the first one came to me one year ago I help to […]
I´m a big fan of the Egyptian culture. I always was! My favorit jewel is a pendant shaped like the famous Eye of Horus. That´s why I really hoped to find someone from Egypt to cook with. Although Egypt is a paradise for vegans and vegetarians I have to confess it wasn´t easy! I wrote many, […]
Exotic, hearty, sweet & spicy – that´s how I would describe the Mexican dish we made last week. My Mexican cooking teacher Rosita told me about it as very traditional dish but not vegan at all. When I saw the pictures of it I decided to try a vegan version which was a very wise […]
Deutsche Übersetzung My Algerian cooking teacher is called Caroline. Yes right – she´s not born in Algeria. Originally Caroline comes from Texas. During a long travel trip about 10 years ago she fell in love with an Algerian guy. Now she´s living in two countries. Caroline is almost vegan and loves to cook. One of […]
My last cooking adventure somehow reminded me at my childhood. And I still don’t know why! I think the taste of that yummy dish is similar to something my mother made me for dinner as a child. I´ll have to ask her an figure it out! 😉 But maybe you´ll feel the same way when […]
Today we are going to visit a small island situated in the centre of the Mediterranean, 80 km south of Sicily, 284 km east of Tunisia and 333 km north of Libya —> Malta. I had a nice long talk with my Maltese cooking teacher Paul about the Maltese culture and I really feel as if […]
If you´re on a challenge like this one it happens that the world seems smaller from day to day. So many countries I cooked with and the countries left are getting less and less. Incredible how small the world can be! But on the other hand I still have countries to cook with – even […]
Deutsche Übersetzung “Do you like tzatziki? Then you will love this dish!” That´s what Corinne told me and after I tried her Albanian dish “Tarator” I´m telling you the same! By the way – I love (vegan) tzaziki! Corinne lives in Paris now but her parents originally come from Albania. That explains why she knows […]
Before I tell you about the Cypriot dish we made I want to take a second to say – I LOVE SKYPE! 🙂 Otherwise I wouldn´t be able to cook with so many people. And I never would make it to my goal of 50 vegans this year! But I´m pretty positive to make it […]
Another Skype adventure lies behind me. It was a very special one. And I´m feeling like a house wife now! 😀 For the lovely country Portugal my Portuguese teacher Maria and me chose sth. different to make. We didn´t make dinner or dessert. This time we made a very special Portuguese jam. It´s called “doce […]
Although the weather in Berlin gets colder and colder these days a few travellers still are coming to Germany to explore my awesome hometown. So did Amy and Georgina from New Zealand. They are on a trip through Europe right now and last week they visited me in Berlin to cook typical vegan dishes from […]
The dish which I´m going to present you today is definitely sth. I will cook very often in the future. It is one of the tastiest dishes I learned all year. If you like spicy chickpeas and I do – you´re gonna looove this! Promised!
Finally sth. sweet again. 🙂 Jessie from Scotland told me via Skype: “If you want to make sth. really Scottish you should bake shortbread.” And that´s what we did.
Yay! My first Skype cooking adventure is over and it was a lot of fun. 🙂 Although the connection broke a few times we had so much to laugh about and the food was pretty delicious and very heart warming! My first cooking guest via Skype was Mila from Croatia and this cooking session was […]
Last month three lovely ladies from Slovenia visited me and surfed my couch. And of course I´m telling you that because we also cooked together. Anja suggested to cook a typical dish of her childhood which is called Žganci. Every child in Slovenia knows Žganci. To me it was sth. very new and I had to get […]
In August a nice Hungarian couple visited us. They did surf our couch and of course as they were veggies – they also teached me how to make the most typical Hungarian dish you can find – yummy Lecsó!
Another country of my favorit continent is part of my challenge: Chile! And it is really one of the countries I wished for to cook with. So I´m very lucky that Jazmín from Chile liked the idea of my project so much that she decided to cook with me. Actually, Jazmín read about my challenge on […]
Oh my Brazilian cooking day was sooo delicious. Again I can say I LOVE the south american cuisine! I think I should move there some time! 😉 But let me tell you about it. My Brazilian guest Felipe surprised me with his blonde hair! His family originaly is from Germany – indeed from Germany! But […]
Komler is quite a short name for this Norwegian dish. But nevertheless it´s one of the most traditional dishes you can find in Norway and the best – it´s (mostly) vegan by itself. So nothing to veganise here.
My lovely Slovak guest Lucia went to a short couchsurfing trip to Copenhagen and of course to my wonderful hometown Berlin. That´s why she wrote me a message and we decided to cook with each other. When Lucia became vegan she “veganised” some of her favorite childhood dishes. One of them is Ryžový nákyp. Usually you […]
Another awesome international vegan cooking fest took place in my cute small kitchen. And I´m so sad that all the food is gone now. But the good thing is – I have the recipes! 🙂
When my Taiwanese guest Ya-Chen came into my flat for a few days it was like traveling to Asia. She cooked a lot with us, for us and I always enjoyed when she was sitting with us to tell funny and interesting stories about Taiwan and her childhood.