Tangerine Lemonade

Checkmate on thirst! It is mid June and the heat is here in Barcelona. Time for some refreshing drinks. So how about a refrshing lemonade to start the summer season? Here it goes.   What you need: 5 tangerines 3 spoons panela (unrefined whole cane sugar) 850ml fresh water   How you do it: Squeeze outContinue reading “Tangerine Lemonade”

Mango Carpaccio

Again a recipe insipred by my travels through Asia. Sorry I canot help it. I had a really great food time in southeast Asia and enjoyed very nice ingredients such as fresh Mango. That is exactly what insipred me to to create this recipe. Let’s get started. (and BTW i What you need (per dish):Continue reading “Mango Carpaccio”

Octopus Lentil Salad

May it be or not. But the summer is just around the corner and friends are asking me for some fresh and summerly recipes. Allright as you wish. The problem came actually up when I opened the fridge: An octopus, a few vegetables and lentils. Not much to do or what? Well actually yes thereContinue reading “Octopus Lentil Salad”

Strawberry Vanilla Marmelade

Spring time, strawberry time. Yes, it has started some weeks ago. Everywhere you go you see strawberries and all the amazing things you can do with them. So what about the time when the strawberry season is over? Well, now you still have the chance to stock up on home-made strawberry marmelade for the season,Continue reading “Strawberry Vanilla Marmelade”

Laksa

It would be a lie to say that my 10 days in Asia did not influence my cooking. So I started to experiment with the recipes and ingredients from Asia and my first dish that has worked quite well is the Laksa. Laksa is a famous soup from Malaysia and Singapore and fits quite nice inContinue reading “Laksa”

10 Days in Asia

Asian food is trendy and has been around for quite a while. Japanese Sushi restaurants, Thai curry places, and other Asian gastronomic temples are quite successful in all over Europe. Nonetheless, there are always some rumors that Asian food in Europe is not quite authentic as the recipes are adpated to favour the diffusion ofContinue reading “10 Days in Asia”

Economy Class – LUFTHANSA

Boeing 737-300. I never expected to be on one of these aircrafts from Lufthansa, especially as they are some kind of old and Lufthansa is replacing them with the Airbus A320 family. But ye I happend to be on one on a very short haul flight. Stats: Airline: Lufthansa Flight: LH 1198 (11/04/2016) Itinerary: FRA –Continue reading “Economy Class – LUFTHANSA”

Torrijas – Easter French Toast

Last day of the Easter weekend. It is almost over but still I wanted to share a traditional recipe for Easter in Spain: Torrijas. Torrijas is a Spanish styled version of french toast that is eaten during the easter holidays all over Spain. The traditional recipes come from the nuns which have been making TorrijasContinue reading “Torrijas – Easter French Toast”

Baan Khrai Wang – Hua Hin (Thailand)

Thailand is famous for spicy food dishes like tom yum soups, crunchy fishcakes or curries. But who would guess that Thailand also offers excellent cakes and sweets. Well my Asian colleagues Noon, Nem, Beau, and Ak showed me an amzing place in Hua Hin for having excellent cakes. Address: Baan Khrai Wang 11 Naebkehardt RoadContinue reading “Baan Khrai Wang – Hua Hin (Thailand)”

Economy Class – MALAYSIA AIRLINES

Flying from Kuala Lumpur to Bangkok. A relatively short flight. So this time the Airline chosen was Malaysia Airlines. Although there are also other Airlines flying the same route Malaysia Airlines offered the best flight frequency so the choice was more or less clear.   Stats: Airline: Malaysia Airlines Flight: MH 774 (13/03/2016) Itinerary: KULContinue reading “Economy Class – MALAYSIA AIRLINES”