Bunny Recycling.

I don’t really like to eat pure chocolate. But every easter and every christmas, there is a bunch of bunnies or Santas lying around. So, I love to bake this yummy and extremely moist chocolate cake.

It’s really chocolatey, not too sweet and simply good. Let’s kill some chocolate bunnies! (Deutsche Version.) More

Little Things in 2011.

The first week of the new year is almost over. It took me that long to find my 10 favourite photos in 2011.

I’m still not sure if those are really the right ones. But almost. (Deutsche Version.)

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Dad’s Day.

Happy birthday, Daddy! I hope you still have a piece of your Malakoff Cake left.

Since we’re living apart now, we celebrated Dad’s birthday on Sunday. (Deutsche Version.) More

Upside Down.

I am still waiting for the keys to my new home – but it’s not going to take long anymore! Until then, I can bake at home with Mum. This pie was teamwork. And this pie is a September pie – Apples taste absolutely great now! So we made Upside Down Apple Pie.


It’s really quick, easy and oh, tasty! (Deutsche Version.) More

Dearest Mum.

Happy Birthday! Since I’m in lovely Stockholm, I can only tell you from far away. Have a great day, love you!

Last week, we pre-celebrated Mum’s birthday. With a Black Forest Cake. (Deutsche Version.) More

What to Bake with Buttermilk. 1.

Buttermilk is summerly. It tastes fresh and sourly. So does rhubarb. Let’s make a Rhubarb Buttermilk Pie.

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Poppy Days.

Yesterday I had my last exam for a month. And I was really satisfied. I finished two hard weeks and started my holidays. (Which contain studying and writing term papers, but anyway.)  To celebrate that, I needed to bake. I was in the mood for something I never did before. Something poppy. Poppy Seed Strudel.

It’s great. I’s luscious and yummy. It’s yeast dough. I love yeast dough.

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