Veggie Burger.

I’m totally into posting my lunch recently. Next post will be sweet again, I promise. But look at this. It’s a yummy Veggie Burger.

The veggie patty is made from unripe spelt grain and the burger contains lots of veggies. It’s really good! (Deutsche Version.) More


Pumpkin Love. Pumpkin Bake.

My love for pumpkin will never fade. I’m always happy at the beginning of pumpkin season and I make as much use of that season as I can. This week, I tried Pumpkin Bake.

And oh, it was great. (Deutsche Version.) More

Popeye’s Pizza.

I’m sure all of you know this spinach-loving guy. I totally understand him. Well, I don’t eat canned spinach and get large biceps muscles, but I understand his love for spinach. Spinach is green awesomeness. It’s best with feta. On pizza. Let’s make Spinach Feta Pizza.

The best thing about homemade spinach pizza is that you can put as much green stuff as you want on it. There’s never enough spinach on restaurant pizzas! (Deutsche Version.) More

Feta Food.

I just had such an incredibly good dinner that I have to post this right now. Go to the store, buy feta and make it. Do it!

(Deutsche Version.) More

Enjoying chocolate with my loved ones.

Have a happy Valentine’s Day! We started the day with a tasty Chocolate Cake.

My weekend is awesome. There is no way to spoil it. Because Friday night, I finally got my exam grade and I passed! I finished my first semester! This is so cool I can’t even tell. Every time I think about it I start grinning. Yes!!!
Since I still had a voucher for a breakfast with Mum, I used it to celebrate with her on Saturday. We went to a really nice Turkish café next to my university – I’ve always wanted to try it because they have that typical Turkish pastry called Simit.

The breakfast there was really good. We had those Simits with Turkish cheese called Kaschkawal (very mild), slices of Turkish sausage called Sucuk (I don’t like sausage at all, so I didn’t try it), home-made orange jam (very good with the Kaschkawal!), yummy olives (they tasted like holidays!), tomatoes, Feta cheese, cucumber and butter. They also had Belgish waffles there, so we tried one with fruits – apples, bananas and kiwi! It was soo tasty. And we were almost the only ones sitting there, so there was this lovely old lady that served us and acted like a Grandma, always asking if we wanted anything else. Really nice, we’ll definitely go there again.

Friday night, I baked this chocolate cake, so that it would taste really chocolatey this morning. This is it just plain.

Of course, I couldn’t let it like this, I wanted to decorate it for Valentine’s Day!

So, I cut out marzipan hearts and it put pink sugar icing (made with raspberry juice) on them.

Sweet! Then, I put sprinkles on those.

Sweeter! Since I made a bit too many, this morning Mum, Dad and my brother got their own marzipan heart each.

And we like the cake!

Enjoy Valentine’s Day and tell your loved one how happy you are to have them.