I won’t quickly say that I’ve found the perfect recipe for a holiday, it doesn’t need to be a holiday to eat cake. But when I tasted this lemon cake with poppy seeds, I knew this would be perfect for an Easter brunch! Thanks to the fresh lemons, creamy frosting and sweet cake, it’s perfect for springtime!
We’re eating more and more vegetarian dinner the last couple of years. Honestly, this hasn’t started because of one clear belief but more because we can. I don’t need to eat meat, so why would I? For me, it kinda feels the same like drinking soda.. I cán drink soda instead of water the whole day instead, but I choose not to. Same with meat. I cán eat meat for each meal, but I choose not to.
Well, okay you’re not here to learn more about me being a part-time vegetarian, so let’s get to the point! Because we have been eating veggies for a while now, we’ve got so many amazing dishes to choose from, and I’ll share my 7 favourite vegetarian recipes with you!
Lentils are really one of my favourite ingredients lately, they are so diverse and are perfect for healthy, vegetarian dinners! One of these dinners is this brown lentil salad with roasted sweet potato, bell pepper and feta.
My Berlin hotspot-page is one that is in continuous alteration, but even I don’t really get to it to add every single new favourite place, let alone expecting you checking it our every other day to see if there is something new. So, I’ve decided I would share updates, aka my current favourites, in a blogpost every once in a while. This is part one, including Ungeheuer, Facciola and Khwan!
Shortly after Scot joined our home, we found out that he was a big fan of the wind. The Sundays we spent at Tempelhof were his favourite, with his nose high up in the air and his ears flapping in the wind (like the dog in the Neverending Story), he ran around for hours. That was actually all we needed, to decide that we’d take him to the beach. And when you’re living in Berlin, the beach almost equals the island Rügen.