Sabich? Say what?? Don’t worry, I didn’t know what a Sabich (pronounced with a hard “ch”) was until I had my first one in Tel Aviv in the beginning of the year accompanied by some other food bloggers and our hosts from Vibe Israel. This “veggie” sandwich or filled pita, to be precise, is a
For the love of hummus!! I had been wanting to go to Tel Aviv for so long and every time a friend went there and came back, I heard the same sentence from basically all of them: You need to go to Tel Aviv!! So when I received the invite of Vibe Israel to come
What’s better than the smell of cinnamon and baked apple during fall and winter? Not much, I’d say! The best part about baking is that the entire house smells like a scented candle.
You know it’s spring, when there is rhubarb everwhere at the markets and supermarkets. I’m a huge fan of the tart taste but I love to combine it with something sweet, like strawberries or apples. Chris’ favorite cake is apple cake, so I thought why not combine a classic german apple crumb cake with rhubarb
No matter if you’re following a plantbased diet or not, vegetable curries and stews are just one of the easiest and most satifying dishes to make! The best part about them is that most of them taste even better the next day, so making a huge batch is a win win situation, because you’re basically
Does eating pasta also instantly make you feel at home? It’s definetely one of my all time favorite comfort foods and why not make a vegan version of a traditional Italien meat sauce with thick and lush Parpadelle pasta?!
One of my all time favorite spice blends is Chai spice! It’s cosy, sweet, fragrant and spicy at the same time. So I tend to add it to many sweet dishes, like pancakes (check out my delicious CHOCOLATE CHAI PANCAKES recipe), porridge, chia pudding, cookies, muffins and of course cake!
Are you a baked or raw cheesecake lover? I love both, because the baked cheesecake reminds of me of my childhood growing up in Germany and the no-bake, raw version just is so fresh, summery and makes me think of the years I lived in the USA. Since we’re having an extremely hot summer this
I had been craving blueberry pancakes, so I decided to make them for breakfast this sunday. While I was prepping the ingredients, I thought that lemon would also be a great addition. And then cream cheese came into play and I instantly knew, that these pancakes would be a winner. Little did I know, that
I was having one of those days, where my craving for creamy noodles collided with my craving for asian food. So I decided to let them! And guess what, it turned out like it was ment to be and so these creamy miso and mushroom soba noodles were born.