Typically German: Zwiebelkuchen & Federweißer


My dear blog readers, Today I am very proud to post a typically German dish which originates in the wine-growing valleys of the Rhine. Oppenheim is one of those picturesque little sleepy towns and my home town. Not much happens there but when falls comes in and it gets time to harvest the grapes, it…

Getting to know: Spencer and his 30 day bread roll challenge


Dear readers, You might be wondering what all those food challenges are about that I have been posting on lately. Let me tell you: They are about doing something unusual once in a while and I am tempted to start a poll for what kind of challenge I should talk about next. Any crazy ideas,…

Zwetschgen Streusel (Hefeteig)


This is my summer favorite! You can make this delicious cake with any fruit you find in the garden or at the farmer’s: Prunes, cherries, apricots, rhubarb, apple. It’s your choice! (English version below) Für den Teig: 300g Mehl 1 Päckchen Hefe (Trockenhefe) 50g Zucker 1 Ei 100ml lauwarmes Wasser oder lauwarme Milch 50g weiche…