Schupfnudeln are on my to cook list (or craving list) since weeks. They are what I would call German comfort food and usually eaten with the mostly well known sauerkraut and bacon. Another name but rather uncommon is Finger Nudeln (finger noodles). Though they are called Nudeln I would rather translate them as dumplings as Weiterlesen
Archive for tag sweet potato
by Eva on September 27, 2012
by Eva on August 2, 2012
It is hot as blue blazes and my a/c is on duty nonstop and tries to keep the insight temperature at an human-appropriate level. I love my sweet treats, so I am still cranking up my oven despite the weather. I am not giving up my baking, that’s why ceiling fans are invented.
After popping cakes Weiterlesen
by Eva on May 15, 2012
The summer in southwest USA can be brutal, hot and humid, I had been told. It’s going to be my first summer down here and I have to admit, saying I am not a fan of this kind of weather is high understated. That’s not me complaining, not at all, since my move in December Weiterlesen
by Eva on March 13, 2012
After spending a few days out of town some of you might come home with a coffee-table book from Burned Water, Arizona or Mosquito Ville, Vermont. Of cause this is the right thing to do…After a few days in Dallas I am coming back with a cauliflower and a bag full of sweet potatoes. Am Weiterlesen
by Eva on January 2, 2012
I can’t believe 2011 is already gone! It was a great year and never boring: I conquered the wicked witch, moved twice into different states and made new friends (miss my old friends).
I baked countless breads, cakes and cookies, but it was also a year full of coffee, red wine, chocolate and many good dinners. Weiterlesen
by Eva on February 2, 2011
Sweet potatoes? Not on my menu a couple of years ago. Besides we also had a bad start. We first met (as I remember) on a Thanksgiving dinner, the sweet potatoes had been sprinkled with brown sugar, covered with marshmallows and baked. They looked really good and I thought: “what a great dessert idea”. But Weiterlesen