Christmas Ribs

Are you tired of the typical Christmas poultry, like Christmas turkey, duck, or goose? Well those are amazingly tasty but for the chef this means a lot of long work in the kitchen. So what about an alternative? Well my quick and very tasty alternative are some crispy and juicy Christmas ribs. What you need:Continue reading “Christmas Ribs”

Kokosmakronen / Coconut Merengue

  Just a few days for Christmas and here another recipe for a sweet German Christmas specialty: The Kokosmakronen. Usually when I make Vanillekipferl, I also make Kokosmakronen at the same time. Vanillekipferl need only egg yolks and the leftover egg whites can be used for the Makronen. Here we go What you need: 4Continue reading “Kokosmakronen / Coconut Merengue”

Glühwein / Mulled Wine

Christmas is coming and the temperatures are getting lower and lower. So what’s better than a cup of hot mulled wine or as the Germans say ‘Glühwein’. Usually you will find it on the typical German Christmas Market but here is The Chef Cat’s original recipe. What you need: 1,5 l rosé wine 6 spoonsContinue reading “Glühwein / Mulled Wine”

east Z east – Birmingham (UK)

Urban legends tell that the best Indian cuisine is not only to be found in India itself but also in the UK; to be more precise Birmingham. Why is that so? Well the large Indian community in Birmingham has introduced and developed Indian and specially a curry cuisine there. In this article many thanks goContinue reading “east Z east – Birmingham (UK)”