This dish is so traditional and yet very international - across Europe. Home-made slovak "pirohy" might be compared to typical italian "ravioli" (or stuffed savoury pie) and the sauerkraut, complementing this dish in my recipe, is very typical, rustic part of the cuisine in Hungary, Czech Republic, Austria and Poland too.
Not difficult to prepare, very fulfilling and nutritious meal, is also known for its cheap ingredients. Flour, potatoes, egg, onions and butter. Simple and good!Let's get onto it!
If you are also a little bit like myself and would like to do something good for yourself, to rid get of too much sugar while having the neverending lust for something sweet and delicious, I have an absolutely tasty and simple dessert recipe for you!
Low Carb Coconut Raffaelo Balls!
NO regrets anymore!
As it gets colder outside at this time of the year, I am getting hungrier!
During cold days like these, I am usually craving for some traditional home-made food which would make me feel warm and satisfied.
And because I love french cuisine so much,
today I was cooking "Traditional French Onion Soup" or "Soupe L'oignon".
Let´s get onto it!
Salami Dolce, or chocolate salami is typical italian dessert.
I am quite excited to share this recipe with you guys. In order to prepare this treat, I received a recipe from my italian colleague at work, who comes from Florence. Not knowing the language properly, I didn't really know if the procedure I was going through was right. At the end it turned ot to be the best dessert I have made so far!
Let´s try to prepare a christmasy "Franz Ferdinand Torte" which will be a beautiful decoration on any festive table!
Today's late breakfast at home is rather special for me. Traditional scottish porridge is easy to prepare and reminds me of my childhood where my granny used to make it quite often 'cause its inexpensiveness. Slovak and Scottish cuisine are similar when it comes to different kinds of hearty, heavy meals. I prepared today's porridge with a french fruity twist - raspberry coulis. Let's get started!
Apple Pie must be my favourite of all the cakes my mum used to make as I was that little kid watching cartoons every sunday morning. I can remember the smell of hot apple pie in the oven while baking - as it was yesterday. Let me share with you the precious knowledge of making mama's apple pie! Let's get onto it!
This dish is notouriously known to everyone, or at least everyone who loves food. Honestly, I don’t know a single person who never ate a plate of Tagliatelle, Gnocchettini or Fetuccine with Ragu alla Bolognese before. Or "Spaghetti Bolognese" which you actually won't find in Italy in any (non-touristy) restaurant! Let's get down to cooking!
Pears are favourite sort of fruit in desserts during autumn season. Let's make some delicious and easy-to-prepare dessert which everyone will just love. This one is fresh, juicy and good looking too!
For the 3rd time presents the famous Gault&Millau it's legendary Genus-Messe aka Gourmet Exhibition, in Vienna. One hundred of the best chefs from Austria, Slovenia and other countries, 50 wine makers and best producers from around would comfort your taste buds for the whole weekend!
I LOVE THIS DESSERT.
Simple, delicious, authentic italian.
Three words and no more.
Try it yourself - at home!
These little pasta ears
/that´s what they are called in Italy/
are fresh, easy to make and so tasty!
This simple dish includes few ingredients only and is fuzz - free!
Make sure you pick the best quality ingredients you can possibly afford! /or you can even to make the pasta by yourself at home!/ You will not be disapointed!
Plums plums plums everywhere!
I grew up in a small town in Slovakia where my
grandparents used to plant many fruit trees such
as plum trees.
I can recall my grandma making this tasty and very easy cake everytime we had lots of plums growing in our garden.
Let's try to bake this yummy dessert!
Florence has its own charm and very old history.
Capital of Italy´s Tuscany region, is home to many masterpieces of Renaissance art and architecture.
Place of good food, stunning views and beautiful memories.
One place which will stay in my heart forever.
Ti amo Firenze!
Me and my mom took a plane to the blue island. No words can describe the beauty and wildness of Sardinia.
You better have a look yourself...
This baked neapolitan Cheececake tart usually eaten at easter, would be made of ricotta and orange flower water, rather than cream cheese and lemon juice.
My version came up very tasty, moist and juicy.
And it is gluten free as well! Try it at home too!
This simple recipe is for anyone!
You were wondering where to go or what to see in Alghero, Sardinia?
My top 5 things which can enjoy anyone.
Read more in my new article!
You can easily make this wonderful easy cheesy recipe
without a big hassle. It is very tasty and dramatic looking
dish on your table. Complement it with a glass of
good white wine and you are having France on your table
at a glance!
I don't know how about you guys, but I love to go out on
friday night and enjoy a glass of good wine. Or two. In this
short article, you will find out where you can meet me
hanging out with friends in Vienna on friday night.
See you there!
Restaurant"Pod Hradom", Medieval Castle, Synagogue.
These 3 expressions indicate what to visit while staying in Trencin, Slovakia.
But do not spoil the order. You will need a good long walk up the hill after visiting my favourite restaurant!
To make a delicious french desert is so satisfying!
I made this beautiful juicy apple tart by Raymond Blanc yesterday!
Have a look a the recipe and try to make it yourself!
Now in a healthier version with spelt flour and coconut sugar!
It is such simple cake to make and absolutely delicious! --> click on the photo to get a full recipe!
There is one great way how to beat the winter blues!
By having the creamiest and tastiest soup you can find in Bratislava for example!
Simply visit FACH Bistro and you will get rid of your bad mood in a second!
So eventually, I took one week off from work, to visit one of the most beautiful places in Slovakia - Low Tatras. Lots of snow, skiing everyday and plenty of "bryndzove halusky" - national slovak dish made our stay really fabulous. Check it out!
Friday night out in small french bistrot in the middle of Vienna - I just love these cosy evening with glass of champagne!
Visiting Sardinia for the 4th time!
We went for a saturday walk and ended up in 5* hotel in the middle of Vienna with the best breakfast in the city!
Tasty surprise in Budapest! Hilda is the name behind!
Cycling, eating and having fun!
That´s what Amsterdam is all about!
Paris? City break in the city of love and macarons? Yes please, take me there!