Tag: spring

Planting Guide: How to Grow Radishes

Planting Guide: How to Grow Radishes

How to grow radishes? Easy, just follow my planting guide! Those beautiful, spicy roots are a great plant for beginners and just perfect to start your very own gardening adventure. Find a quick overview about the most important information when, where, how and with whom […]

Thought of the Week: Rhubarb

Thought of the Week: Rhubarb

I just released my delicious rhubarb syrup and now, in this week’s TOW, I would like to share some interesting facts about rhubarb itself. Uncreative, but fitting. BOTANICAL The Latin name rhubarb is “rheum barbarum” and means “root of the barbarians”. The interestingly named polygonaceae […]

How to make Rhubarb Syrup

How to make Rhubarb Syrup

  I was desperately searching for rhubarb over the last four weeks and therefore, visited all of my favorite stores. I headed out to the best organic market in town, I went to the Farmers Market, … What can I tell you: I couldn’t find […]

Thought of the Week – Strawberries

Thought of the Week – Strawberries

What is your first thought when you hear the word SPRING: is it sunshine, flowers, or maybe asparagus? For me, spring is strawberries. As soon as I see one of them, there is no stopping and I will instantly switch to spring mode. I will […]

How to make pretzel rolls, buns and braids

How to make pretzel rolls, buns and braids

  Pretzels dipped in sweet mustard is my GoTo food, when everyone else is eating their Weißwurst. In my opinion, the golden brown pastry is the actual queen at any Frühschoppen (German for pre-lunch drinking) table, and definitely not the pale, Bavarian cooked sausage, with […]

Springtime: Strawberry Sponge Cake

Springtime: Strawberry Sponge Cake

Spring is just so amazing. Everything is really green, the days are wonderfully warm and finally new, amazingly fresh produce arrive at the markets. It seems like nature wants to burst. Everywhere you can hear humming, the bees buzzin’ in the tree, to make some […]