Potatoes With Cabbage, Sausage And Minced Meat


Talking about classical German dishes, I’d say potatoes with cabbage, sausage and minced meat is definitely on the list. If you would visit a German family for some weeks, the odds are that you will see this dish on the table, especially in the colder seasons. I think this is one of the dishes that we eat very often in the colder seasons, I don’t know why, it’s just something I noticed in my family. Boiled cabbage has one feature, it will remain hot for quite a long time as same as potatoes don’t cool down very fast. I do … Continue reading Potatoes With Cabbage, Sausage And Minced Meat

I Should Cook More Often


Above you can see a dish that I cooked yesterday. I made meatballs stuffed with ewe’s cheese. I did eat it with noodles and gravy. I used ground beef and ground pork, I added one egg, ketchup, mustard, freshly sliced onions and fresh parsley. I added some salt and pepper and breadcrumbs. Then I did knead everything together and started to form meatballs. I am not sure if this is different elsewhere, but that’s how most people do it in Germany. The only thing that was not so German about my meatballs is that I stuffed ewe’s cheese into them … Continue reading I Should Cook More Often

My Special Pasta Bolognese


I am not one of those who can conjure the greatest dishes in the kitchen. What I mean is that I don’t really know how this and that is done, which means the list of dishes that I can cook is rather small. Apart from that I am too lazy to cook and too lazy to learn other dishes or new things. However, the dishes I can cook, they are perfect, and I know, self-praise is no recommendation. But there are moments when you think you have outdone yourself. Today it happened again, that’s why I am excited right now. … Continue reading My Special Pasta Bolognese