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  • Beets | myBites
    have any reliable source for buying fresh seafood and my hometown Erlangen is simply too far away from the sea Regarding the connection between seafood consumption and the distance to the sea I had a surprising experience a few years ago in Italy which I like to bring up every time I m asked about seafood I was lucky to get a publication accepted at a major conference in computer science which was held in the beautiful city of Florence Of course I used the lunch breaks and the evenings to explore the local restaurant scene I was even more fortunate having a receptionist at my hotel who was actually a native Florentine citizen As almost everybody in Italy he loved to eat and especially to eat well So from the first day on I consulted him which restaurant he recommends me to visit I wasn t a regular tourist I really wanted to get to know the real local cuisine He always told me only the next location I should go to and based on my report the next day he recommended me the next place to visit This tactic was quite comprehensible because I could have been a usual tourist who actually might have been afraid of tripe wild boar or other local specialties But he pretty soon learned that I was after the real local cuisine This is a preview of Coconut Trout Confit with Beetroot Fondant Read the full post This entry was posted in Fish Main Course and tagged beet fondant beetroot beets buckwheat chioggia beetroot coconut coconut oil confit dill dill oil fish lemon poppy seed puree rainbow trout trout white poppy seed on May 17 2012 by Robert Orange and Beetroot Jelly For several years I planned to cook one of Heston Blumenthal s hoax dishes As part of his tasting menu he used to serve a very simple dish called orange and beetroot with only a yellow and a red jelly arranged on a plate Then he asked his guests to start with the orange Of course every guest assumed the yellow jelly to be the one flavored with orange But when they tasted it they were surprised by the beetroot flavor Heston switched the colors of the ingredients he prepared the red jelly from freshly squeezed blood oranges and the yellow jelly from golden beetroot juice This is a preview of Orange and Beetroot Jelly Read the full post This entry was posted in Appetizer Vegetarian and tagged beetroot beets blood orange fat duck cookbook golden beetroot heston blumenthal jelly orange on April 1 2012 by Robert Beets with Cashew Salsify Puree Apple Walnut and Kale Chips If you open a cookbook about classic french cooking you will find recipes for several sauces Except for vinaigrettes almost all sauces contain either milk eggs or animal bones So while I was exploring vegan cooking my idea was to figure out whether it is possible to create a rich brown sauce by using

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  • Eddo | myBites
    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

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  • Goat Curd | myBites
    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

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  • Hazelnut | myBites
    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 Kohlrabi with Broccoli Peanut and Fig Although I was inspired by a combination I collected via Foodpairing most pairings featured in this starter are quite well known For example broccoli is often served with almond flakes where the almond can be replaced by other nuts such as hazelnut or peanut I always use the broccoli stem as well which reminds me of kohlrabi so pairing broccoli and kohlrabi was straight forward Figs might sound a little bit strange but I already made figs and broccoli work together previously The dish below unites the aforementioned pairings in a vegan appetizer This is a preview of Kohlrabi with Broccoli Peanut and Fig Read the full post This entry was posted in Appetizer Vegan Vegetarian and tagged appetizer broccoli fig hazelnut kohlrabi onion onion marmalade peanut starter vegan vegetarian on March 27 2012 by Robert The Orange Main Course In the main course of my meatless menu for the 2011 ZEITmagazin cooking competition I wanted to present the carrot from different perspectives The base is formed by a clean tasting creamy carrot puree After cooking the carrots I put them back

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  • Jerusalem Artichoke | myBites
    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 Chestnut filled Cabbage with Sunchoke and Cabbage Tapioca Nana a vegetarian friend of mine announced a vegetarian month which aims to motivate people to prepare and eat a meatless meal at least once during this month Besides eating less meat hopefully the participants will also think a little bit about the vegetarian diet and probably notice that meat does not need to be present on the plate every day All submitted recipes participate in a contest where the winner gets an invitation to nana for a vegetarian dinner Originating from nana s call for recipes I took the opportunity to give a thought not only about the vegetarian but also about the vegan diet This is a preview of

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  • Pomegranate Vinegar | myBites
    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

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  • Potato | myBites
    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

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  • Red Beet | myBites
    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 Red Cabbage Cream Soup with Apple Beets and Blue Cheese I ve been longing for a fruit and vegetable juicer but never had any free space in my flat to store it Now that I gave up my tv which I haven t turned on since last Easter I bought a quite powerful juicer in its place For the inauguration I juiced some kale leaves which I used in a previous recipe for a puree The extracted liquid was pretty clear and the remaining shredded leaves were dry so I was happy Cleaning the parts is a little bit labor intensive but it is still worth for the result On my second attempt I extracted the juices of a red cabbage which I used for a dark purple colored creamy soup This is a preview of Red Cabbage Cream Soup with Apple Beets and Blue Cheese Read the full post This entry was posted in Soup Vegetarian and tagged apple balsamic vinegar beet blue cheese cabbage cress red beet red cabbage soup vegetarian on February 2 2012 by Robert Beets with Cashew Salsify Puree Apple Walnut and Kale Chips If you open a cookbook about classic french cooking you will find recipes for several sauces Except for

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