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  • Scallions | myBites
    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 Pork Fillet with Lentils Grilled Spring Onions and Apricot Bell Pepper Terrine Terrines are great if you plan something special for your guests but don t want to spend the whole evening in the kitchen They can be prepared one or two days before and when the guests arrive the only thing you need to do is to cut off some slices and finish the other components of your dish Another great advantage is that they are very versatile So if there are some leftovers from last nights dinner you can still use them in combination with other ingredients Usually terrines are used only as main elements in cold appetizers This recipe is a nice example for using terrines as accompaniments in warm dishes served as a main course This is a preview of Pork Fillet with Lentils Grilled Spring Onions and Apricot Bell Pepper Terrine Read the full post This entry was posted in Main Course Pork and tagged apricot bell pepper bistro fillet grill grilled scallions grilled spring onion jus lentils pork pork fillet pork

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  • Vegan | myBites
    was posted in Appetizer Vegan Vegetarian and tagged appetizer bell pepper fruit leather garlic hungarian lecho lecsó letscho paprika rice starter sushi tomato vegan vegetable leather vegetarian on August 23 2012 by Robert Bell Pepper and Eggplant Terrine During the last month I finally managed to finish a huge project Some of you who might have seen me on Hungarian or German television might already know that for the last 5 years I was working as a research assistant at the local university here in Erlangen Next to teaching students about the beauty of computer science I also worked on my PhD thesis The final oral exam took place two weeks ago where I did pretty well and so I finally extended my name with a Dr Of course the exam was followed by celebrations lasting more than 3 days which seemed to be a little bit too much I spent the next few days in bed with a flu The first PhD celebration is traditionally held just after the final oral exam with my family and my fellows Since my colleagues know that I love cooking I had to come up with some original ideas for my menu Unfortunately I didn t have any time to cook on the day before my final exam so I searched for a local catering service willing and able to cook the ideas I had in mind The catering I picked did a tremendous job Everybody loved the appetizers main courses and desserts which were mostly not only vegetarian but vegan It s funny that unless a dish is not explicitly emphasized as vegan people don t really seem to miss the meat from their plates One of the appetizers was this simple yet very tasty terrine made of bell peppers and eggplant This is a preview of Bell Pepper and Eggplant Terrine Read the full post This entry was posted in Appetizer Vegan Vegetarian and tagged appetizer aubergine bell pepper coriander seed cumin cumin seed eggplant garlic mustard tarragon terrine vegan vegetarian vinaigrette on August 13 2012 by Robert Vegan Nutcake Last year in December a friend of mine Anna called for a vegastromania month where she invited everyone to cook at least one vegetarian or even vegan meal during the Christmas preparations The main goal of this project was to make people think about vegetarian dishes and what they are eating everyday which is usually far too much meat The participants were allowed to submit any kind of recipe except for desserts because they are mostly naturally vegetarian less healthy and we already have more than enough of sweet recipes Anna also assembled some famous Hungarian vegetarians who picked their favorite recipe The winner was invited to a very special vegetarian dinner at Anna s home and also recieved a voucher for an ayurvedic massage Fortunately I got picked by the jury so this January I had a wonderful dinner with Anna Ági and Noémi One of the dishes Anna served

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  • Walnut Oil | myBites
    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 Colorful Beetroot Salad on Pumpernickel Crumbs It was a long and winding road until the golden beetroot finally made it to my kitchen I first encountered yellow beets on a photo in the German food magazine Der Feinschmecker Later on in 2009 I got my hands on a copy of Heston Blumenthal s Fat Duck Cookbook It included a very simple yet funny recipe featuring orange and beetroot jelly only see a photo here The joke in this dish was that the flavors are swapped the red jelly is made of blood orange juice and the yellow one using golden beets I appreciate culinary surprises like this because the twist and the surprise naturally forces the diner to focus more on the flavor Among other things this was also a reason why I began to look for golden beets Unfortunately the search took me 3 years but I finally received 3 exemplars This is a preview of Colorful Beetroot Salad on Pumpernickel Crumbs Read the full post This entry was posted in Appetizer Vegan Vegetarian and tagged appetizer apple beet beetroot cinnamon cinnamon oil

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  • Recipes | myBites
    sleep 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

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  • Course | myBites
    s winter sleep 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

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  • Dessert | myBites
    me the idea to try the pumpkin seed butter in a soufflé This is a preview of Pumpkin Seed Soufflé with Butternut Squash Sauce Read the full post This entry was posted in Dessert Vegetarian and tagged butternut squash dessert nougat pumpkin pumpkin seed souffle squash vegetarian on January 26 2012 by Robert Butternut Squash Kaiserschmarrn Kaiserschmarrn is prepared the traditional way usually with apple puree and a vanilla milk batter With some imagination it can be turned into thousands of new variations One possibility is the Caribbean coconut Kaiserschmarrn I posted a month ago or another example would be this current butternut squash version which is actually lactose free The squash adds both flavor and color to the final result which is also the reason for its beautiful yellow appearance I also experimented blending the softened squash with milk but the result was much better when I used the reduced stock cooked from the seeds and skin of the butternut squash This is a preview of Butternut Squash Kaiserschmarrn Read the full post This entry was posted in Dessert Vegetarian and tagged austria butternut butternut squash caramel citrus fruit dessert grapefruit kaiserschmarrn orange pumpkin rooibos rooibos tea squash tea on January 5 2012 by Robert Butternut Squash with Pumpkin Seeds Thinking about vegan desserts it was surprising to me how much our usual desserts rely on animal products Many if not most recipes contain either eggs gelatin butter milk cream or honey Sometimes not even fruit sorbets are pure because adding some egg white or mascarpone makes their texture less crystalline On the other hand many animal products can be substituted Instead of milk or cream you can create nutritious milk from rice or nuts In many cases butter can be substituted by flavorful vegetable oils Honey too can be replaced by various natural sweeteners such as sugar beet molasses agave or rice syrup I believe that all these great plant based products should not be treated as substitutions only but rather as full valued products If we would stop thinking of them as substitutions and rather see them as full valued ingredients many new and creative desserts could be created This is a preview of Butternut Squash with Pumpkin Seeds Read the full post This entry was posted in Dessert Vegan Vegetarian and tagged butternut squash dessert nougat pumpkin pumpkin seed pumpkin seed oill sorbet squash vegan vegetarian on December 26 2011 by Robert Caribbean Coconut Kaiserschmarrn What if Austria was located in the Caribbean Perhaps it could be a nice tropical island Well obviously you wouldn t plan your ski holiday there Apart from winter sports and from a more culinary viewpoint Austria is most famous for its huge variety of delicious pastries Perhaps one of the simplest and most popular desserts is the so called Kaiserschmarrn a light and fluffy batter made with separately beaten eggs which results in something between a soufflé and a pancake According to the story of this dessert it was first

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  • Food Type | myBites
    Hemp Seeds My blog s winter sleep 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

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  • Beef | myBites
    a necessary step unfortunately meat is not allowed to be aged long enough because of regulations of the health department The beef is then minced using a grinder to order and usually served already mixed with spices onions garlic an egg yolk and toast This is the classic version you get in Hungary but nowadays more elaborate tartares start to show up Recently I had a steak tartare at the Winekitchen where the beef was finely chopped to order by hand and served with fresh warm bread and mayonnaise made of pumpkin seed oil It inspired me to create my own summer version of steak tartare This is a preview of Steak Tartare with Bell Pepper Coulis Mustard Tomato and Dill Oil Read the full post This entry was posted in Appetizer Beef and tagged appetizer beef beef tartare bell pepper bread capers dill dill oil fillet linseed loin mustard tomato raw starter steak tartare tartare tenderloin tomato on September 1 2011 by Robert 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

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