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    turned out to be a little bit longer than expected The reason for the silence is that first I moved partially to Frankfurt for 3 months and then after more than 10 years in Erlangen I finally moved to Germany s most colourful and versatile gastronomic city Berlin Looking for a new apartment packing and moving all my stuff saying goodbye to friends and equipping my new home with furniture devoured several weekends In the end everything went very well From the cooking perspective the most important change is that I replaced my tiny 3m² kitchen with a huge 12m² one So finally I have the space for all my equipment right in the kitchen and don t need to hide cooking utensils under my sofa or bed Though the kitchen is still not ready completely since I m working on a kitchen island but at least it is operational As an inauguration I prepared a fresh and simple dish in the hope that spring might come in a few days This is a preview of Smoked Herring with Buttermilk Turnip Soup Radish Poppy Seed Oil and Hemp Seeds Read the full post This entry was posted in Fish Soup and tagged buttermilk fish hemp hemp seed herring poppy seed oil radish smoked fish smoked herring soup turnip on April 1 2013 by Robert Eddo with Beets and Shaved Hazelnut In the last few months I ve been reading the first two books of Modernist Cuisine on the train to and from work To my opinion it s the very best book on cooking science currently available At first the 20kg heavy cyclopedia might seem pretty expensive but if you consider that it actually contains all the knowledge from your complete bookshelf it s quite a bargain What I also like in the book is that it goes very much into detail on the science behind food and cooking techniques but everything is explained in n easily readable and comprehensible way The chapter on cooking techniques and utensils in the second book was so inspiring to me that I tidied up my kitchen and preserved some space for new kitchen equipment One of the kitchen tools I acquired recently was a microwave Yes a microwave the one and only kitchen tool that has been neglected in the past decades by several professional cooks Only recently cooks started to use microwaves due to some of its unique applications From a culinary perspective a microwave has a lot more to offer I read about these possibilities in the second book of Modernist Cuisine and I ll feature each one of them in a post on my blog in the future First I start with the simplest basic recipe which is based on a recipe by the famous and well renowned chef Thomas Keller This is a preview of Eddo with Beets and Shaved Hazelnut Read the full post This entry was posted in Appetizer Vegetarian and tagged appetizer beets eddo goat cheese

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  • About the author | myBites
    I started cooking At one point I realized that I could try anything now because if the dish turns out bad then I m the only one who has to eat some dry bread instead Based on this liberating thoughts I began to experiment with ingredients and recipes purely self educated through trial and error which I have to admit was a pretty hard way So now you know I m not a professional chef by trade During the first year I was pretty unsuccessful e g did you know that burning pork belly to ashes smells like coffee But mistakes are great because you learn a lot by making them yourself as opposed to only others telling you In 2006 I started my Hungarian foodblog kísérleti konyha experimental kitchen which became quite popular in Hungary Throughout the years my cooking style evolved from mixing together literally dozens of components to more sophisticated and thoughtful dishes There is no clear style I could assign to my dishes so that s why the blog is also called myBites it s simply my free kind of style Today I almost never cook following a recipe but rather develop my own dishes based on combining already learned or self experimented components My biggest inspiration sources are the local market with its fresh goods The Flavor Bible by Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg a great book listing almost all ingredients and their ideal pairings and the recently renewed Foodpairing website listing flavor combinations based on the chemical compounds of ingredients If you re wondering about the page design a dear friend of mine helped me with it Orsi lives in Denmark and loves to design She has some really great work presented at her koliori blog We have worked together in the past so

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  • Contact | myBites
    in to post a comment Categories Recipes Course Appetizer Dessert Main Course Soup Food Type Beef Calf Drink Fish Game Hare Lamb Pork Poultry Vegan Vegetarian Reviews City Trips Contests Recent Posts Egg Yolk Bread with Goat Cheese Marinated Radish and Hemp Seeds Oyster Plant Root with Radish Turnip and Ramson Vinaigrette Smoked Herring with Buttermilk Turnip Soup Radish Poppy Seed Oil and Hemp Seeds Eddo with Beets and Shaved

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  • Photos | myBites
    pictures and other shots like HDR skies buildings or nature please visit my flickr photostream Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment Categories Recipes Course Appetizer Dessert Main Course Soup Food Type Beef Calf Drink Fish Game Hare Lamb Pork Poultry Vegan Vegetarian Reviews City Trips Contests Recent Posts Egg Yolk Bread with Goat Cheese Marinated Radish and Hemp Seeds Oyster Plant Root

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  • Recipes | myBites
    set some widgets to show from Appearance Widgets Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment Categories Recipes Course Appetizer Dessert Main Course Soup Food Type Beef Calf Drink Fish Game Hare Lamb Pork Poultry Vegan Vegetarian Reviews City Trips Contests Recent Posts Egg Yolk Bread with Goat Cheese Marinated Radish and Hemp Seeds Oyster Plant Root with Radish Turnip and Ramson Vinaigrette Smoked

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  • Egg Yolk "Bread" with Goat Cheese, Radish and Hemp Seeds | myBites
    Marinated Radish and Hemp Seeds Prep Time 15 minutes Cook Time 50 minutes Total Time 3 hours Yield 6 portions Ingredients 6 egg yolks 4 5 g baking powder 3 tbsp fresh goat cheese 3 tbsp créme fraiche 3 radishes 6 8 ramson leaves few drops of vinegar 2 tbsp poppy seed oil 2 3 tsp hemp seeds salt butter Instructions For the egg yolk bread Put a trivet in the pressure cooker Add cold water to barely cover the trivet Combine the egg yolks baking powder and a generous pinch of salt in a bowl using a fork Divide into two ramekins and put the ramekins on the trivet Close the pressure cooker and bring to full pressure 2 lines Cook for 40 minutes Allow the pressure cooker to cool down naturally Open the pressure cooker and carefully remove the breads from the ramekins Trim the top and the bottom of the breads and cut the breads in 3 slices For the goat cheese cream Mix the goat cheese with the créme fraiche If needed season with salt Cover and refrigerate Remove from the refrigerator 1 hour before plating the dish to bring the cream to room temperature For the marinated radishes Wash the radishes and the ramson leaves Slice the radishes thinly Chop the ramson finely Mix the ramson and the radish slices with 2 tbsp poppy seed oil a few drops vinegar and a pinch of salt Cover and marinate at room temperature for 15 minutes To serve Melt 1 tbsp butter in a small pan Toast the egg yolk bread slices on both sides in the foaming butter Drain on kitchen paper and arrange on a plate Add 1 tbsp goat cheese cream on each slice Top each with 1 tsp radish and 1 3 tsp hemp seeds 2 5 http mybites de 2013 04 egg yolk bread with goat cheese marinated radish and hemp seeds If you liked this post maybe you would like to continue reading with Buckwheat and Celery Root Ravioli with Goat Cheese Goat Cheese Kaiserschmarrn with Bell Pepper Sauce Smoked Herring with Buttermilk Turnip Soup Radish Poppy Seed Oil and Hemp Seeds This entry was posted in Appetizer Vegetarian and tagged bread butter dave arnold egg egg bread egg yolk gluten free bread goat cheese hemp seed poppy seed oil pressure cooker radish ramson spring vegetarian on April 23 2013 by Robert Post navigation Oyster Plant Root with Radish Turnip and Ramson Vinaigrette 6 thoughts on Egg Yolk Bread with Goat Cheese Marinated Radish and Hemp Seeds Jian Guo April 24 2013 at 00 13 Is there any other ways of making egg yolk bread Cuz I don t have a pressure cooker If I want to use oven if it possible what temperature should I use Robert Post author April 24 2013 at 06 51 Dave Arnold once suggested that the recipe works in a steamer as well so pressure is not necessary I haven t tried it in an

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  • Appetizer | myBites
    in the book is that it goes very much into detail on the science behind food and cooking techniques but everything is explained in n easily readable and comprehensible way The chapter on cooking techniques and utensils in the second book was so inspiring to me that I tidied up my kitchen and preserved some space for new kitchen equipment One of the kitchen tools I acquired recently was a microwave Yes a microwave the one and only kitchen tool that has been neglected in the past decades by several professional cooks Only recently cooks started to use microwaves due to some of its unique applications From a culinary perspective a microwave has a lot more to offer I read about these possibilities in the second book of Modernist Cuisine and I ll feature each one of them in a post on my blog in the future First I start with the simplest basic recipe which is based on a recipe by the famous and well renowned chef Thomas Keller This is a preview of Eddo with Beets and Shaved Hazelnut Read the full post This entry was posted in Appetizer Vegetarian and tagged appetizer beets eddo goat cheese goat curd hazelnut jerusalem artichoke pomegranate vinegar potato red beet starter vegetarian on November 13 2012 by Robert Celery Cream with Caramelized Grapes and Crispy Quinoa When a recipe refers to neutral oil as an ingredient it most often takes sunflower seed or grapeseed oils as examples Until recently I preferred using a perfectly neutral grapeseed oil for making my green herb oils because it never interfered at all with the herb s original flavor A few weeks ago a friend of mine gave me a bottle of her very special grapeseed oil which already blew my mind just after screwing off the plug when I smelled its scent It has a very strong and addictive nutty scent somewhat similar to walnut mixed with an aged red wine perfume The flavor of this grapeseed oil is extremely rich and combines similarly to its scent the aromas of red wine grapes and nuts Due to its quite unique flavor I used it as an unusual spice in the appetizer below featuring ingredients from the current autumn season This is a preview of Celery Cream with Caramelized Grapes and Crispy Quinoa Read the full post This entry was posted in Appetizer Vegan Vegetarian and tagged appetizer celery root fennel seed fried quinoa grapes grapeseed oil puree quinoa scallions vegan vegetarian walnut oil on September 27 2012 by Robert Lechosushi Next to experimenting with new flavor pairings and techniques thinking about classic dishes and transforming them into new and more interesting forms is my biggest passion in cooking Sometimes I start meditating about a classic dish its ingredients the involved techniques and the possibilities behind them The ideas pop up and evolve during this creative process Some other times I keep thinking and enhancing distinct single ideas which I quite suddenly assemble into a

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  • Vegetarian | myBites
    consider that it actually contains all the knowledge from your complete bookshelf it s quite a bargain What I also like in the book is that it goes very much into detail on the science behind food and cooking techniques but everything is explained in n easily readable and comprehensible way The chapter on cooking techniques and utensils in the second book was so inspiring to me that I tidied up my kitchen and preserved some space for new kitchen equipment One of the kitchen tools I acquired recently was a microwave Yes a microwave the one and only kitchen tool that has been neglected in the past decades by several professional cooks Only recently cooks started to use microwaves due to some of its unique applications From a culinary perspective a microwave has a lot more to offer I read about these possibilities in the second book of Modernist Cuisine and I ll feature each one of them in a post on my blog in the future First I start with the simplest basic recipe which is based on a recipe by the famous and well renowned chef Thomas Keller This is a preview of Eddo with Beets and Shaved Hazelnut Read the full post This entry was posted in Appetizer Vegetarian and tagged appetizer beets eddo goat cheese goat curd hazelnut jerusalem artichoke pomegranate vinegar potato red beet starter vegetarian on November 13 2012 by Robert Goat Cheese Kaiserschmarrn with Bell Pepper Sauce Usually I take two different approaches when transforming traditional recipes I either use all the original ingredients but prepare and serve them in a different to my opinion more optimal way Or I keep the same presentation but use very different ingredients All my Kaiserschmarrn variations belong to the latter category though they were desserts only This time I wanted to create a savory version using goat cheese in a way uniting Käsespätzle with Kaiserschmarrn In general I try to find the corresponding counterparts for all traditional ingredients For example the traditional recipe calls for raisins soaked in rum For the savory version I got inspired by the typical combination in a Bloody Mary so I soaked sun dried tomatoes in high quality gin Instead of orange or lemon zest and vanilla I added herbs like thyme rosemary and sage Since my goat cheese purveyor from whom I bought the cheese as well offers kefir made from goat milk too I replaced the milk from the traditional recipe by goat kefir Usually Kaiserschmarrn is dusted generously with powdered sugar so for the savory version I grated some aged goat cheese on the top Finally I poured bell pepper coulis and tarragon oil on the Kaiserschmarrn which where the counterparts of the traditional apple puree This is a preview of Goat Cheese Kaiserschmarrn with Bell Pepper Sauce Read the full post This entry was posted in Main Course Vegetarian and tagged bell pepper cheese dough dried tomato eggs flour gin goat cheese herbs kaiserschmarrn kefir main

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