Recently my friend Sabine and I went to a thermomix brunch party. We were about 20 people watching in awe what a thermomix all can do. One of the recipes our group prepared was the bread that was served. Oh it was sooo good and sooo easy. Now, I know not all of you have a thermomix, but I am pretty sure you can still enjoy this recipe(just with a little more elbow grease!)
500 grams Flour ( I used spelt flour)
1 cube of fresh yeast
1 TL Salz
280grams luke warm water
french dried onions
Once your dough is ready, place it in a cold oven, bake at 100°C and after 10 minutes brush with milk and continue baking at 200° C for app. 20 minutes.
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Thanksgiving.....is really that time of year again? This year I celebrated twice, once with family in Cloppenburg and a second time, this past weekend with friends. Both celebrations were great and as always I throughly enjoyed the turkey, the mashed potatoes, the stuffing, the sweet potato casserole and oh the apple pie for desert.
This years tablescape all came about the day, the tree guy was here to cut down one of our pine trees. What perfect charger plates, then slices of tree? My husband borrowed a chain saw and successfully sliced off some charge plates for me! Best part... my niece found them online.....40 euros for 2!!!! Hey, hey, hey I just saved myself a bundle! I think my husband would have had my hide if I would would have bought 12 of these online for that price.
Not all the friends could be with us, but in spirit I had my girls at my side...the salt and pepper shaker are from Kirstina in Florida.
Hershey Kisses from Miss Kim!
Love all the material.....got it all in Cloppenburg at the fabric store. Wow, that store was great and I could have bought sooo much more!
Happy Belated Thanksgiving Everyone! I hope you all had a great celebration.....I know we did!
Linking to: Between Naps on the Porch
Saturday, November 17, 2012
Sunday, November 4, 2012
Hello Everyone and welcome back to New Recipe Sunday! This week I would like to share with you another easy recipe. I was talking to my girlfriend in Austria the other day and we were discussing heathly snacks(like the kale chips I told you about). She mentioned to me that you can also roast pumpkin seeds! So, yesterday after baking a pot of pumpkin soup, i took the saved seeds and roasted away! OMG! SO GOOD, I am surprised that I even managed to take the pictures we ate them so fast!