Russian Black Tea Cake

Why is the black tea called Russian? Perhaps Russians drink a lot of black tea? Or it is because since I’ve known it from my childhood hiking adventures, it’s been served with a shot of rum. That sounds more Russian … Continued

Traditional Slovak Dumplings

So many recipes to choose from. Some people say that you should never add an egg into the dough, or sour cream into a sheep cheese. I am quite open-minded and I also like to prepare things how we like … Continued

My Granny’s Sour Bean Soup

This soup resembles memories of my early childhood: My Granny’s Sour Bean Soup and scrumptious homemade donuts. A dish I have always requested during my visits. Nowadays, I call it comfort food. You can do it entirely vegetarian by skipping … Continued

Happy Kinder Cupcakes

I know it very well, Kinder Chocolate isn’t the healthiest chocolate with that good quality content. However, we live once only and sometimes you just gotta go with the taste. Therefore, I created a combination of scrumptious sweet and smooth … Continued

Festive Pâté with Onion Chutney

The rule number one with any kind of Pâté is the quality. I offer the basic and very natural Pâté, served on a baked garlic bread with my special onion chutney and cornichons. This one is a winner for any … Continued

Juicy Pulled Pork

Easy going, fast for preparation and stunningly good – Juicy Pulled Pork. This one has been one of my favourite projects for quite some time, and I am really glad to share the recipe with all of you. I’ve prepared … Continued

Easy Creamy Brussels Sprouts

Brussels Sprouts are great and healthy winter veggies. So easy to work with, so many variations to be made. For further inspiration check out My Brussels Sprouts with Glazed Ham Recipe. Anyway, this is an ideal dish for mid-week winter … Continued

Roe Deer Stew in Red Wine with Apples

Wild animals in the season, like deer, represent cold winter evenings but also an unique taste of full meat flavors. One of my big adventures in this season was a 3.5kg piece of roe deer. What a blast! Let me … Continued