Kohlrouladen / Golabki

Usually tropical countries use some type of leaf (e.g. banana leaf) to cook their food. Well also “northern” or colder countries such as Germany have their share in that. Obviously banana leaf is not a typical German ingredient. It is the cabbage leaf that is mainly used for such purposes. What you need (4 portions)Continue reading “Kohlrouladen / Golabki”

Tangerine Cheese Cake

Fall time! Cake time! Summer is almost over so we can let go of a little bit, right? Now let’s go back to have some cakes and sweets. This time German styled tangerine cheese cake What you need (large baking pan) Cookie dough 100g butter 200g sugar 375g flour 2 eggs 2 teaspoons baking sodaContinue reading “Tangerine Cheese Cake”

Economy Class – LUFTHANSA

It has been a while with Lufthansa. So let’s seize the opportunity to see if the food on board of Lufthansa still remains with the same quality and taste as ever. Stats: Airline: Lufthansa Flight(s): LH 1134 (25/01/2017) Itinerary: FRA – BCN Aircraft: Airbus A321-200   What I had: Well German Airline with atypical GermanContinue reading “Economy Class – LUFTHANSA”

Christmas Hazelnut Cookies

Gosh…this time I am quite late to post the first Christmas recipe. It is December 11th and everybody is already in the Christmas rush. So, I guess I get started with the first time. This time we feature a traditional German recipe for typical Christmas cookies or also known as “Plätzchen”.   What you need:Continue reading “Christmas Hazelnut Cookies”

Café Moser – Geisenheim – Germany

First some regional German geography: The Rheingau-Region is a well-known wine region west of Frankfurt between the cities Wiesbaden and Rüdesheim. It is famous for white wines such as the Riesling. Right in the middle of the Rheingau there is one Viennese-styled Café which has been part of the region for ‘aeons’: Café Moser. CaféContinue reading “Café Moser – Geisenheim – Germany”

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”