I made this apple cake two days ago for a birthday party. It is one of the typical German dishes where crunchy apples, sweet dough and crispy streusel create delicious flavour and texture. I baked it once for my host family in Sheffield and they enjoyed it a lot. Give it a go :)
Today I was really busy with my term paper, but I needed some time off. So, what do you do when you want to procrastinate? Right, baking ;)
I made this lovely cinnamon pull-apart bread. It is similar to the cheese and onion one I made some weeks ago. Thus, you will find two recipes here in the end. One is for a savoury loaf, which is best served with some sour cream. And the one I made today is for tea time. Now you have to decide which to test first :)
Last Friday, the 4th of July, I invited my friends over for a little American dinner celebrating Independence Day. And what do Americans eat on this day? Normally, they are having a barbecue, but it was not warm enough for this here in Germany. So, I decided to make chicken corn chowder, coleslaw and chicken wings, and some nice chocolatey brownies.
Today I want to share with you my favourite recipe: the most delicious banana bread ever.
I've eaten it for the first time with my host family in Manchester, and since then it is my all-time favourite. I never heard of a cake eaten with butter, but I tried it and it is just lovely. I made the bread for pudding and it was nearly all gone straight away.
I am a student and a passionate cook. I fell in love with food in my childhood when I helped my mom and granny in the kitchen. Today, I especially enjoy cooking British food, but on my blog you will also find a variety of other international dishes.