Monthly Archive for July, 2012

I am the nosferatu

Receptionist: ‘F****!’ Me: ‘Pardon?’ Receptionist: ‘What the hell are you doing?’ Me: ‘I’m sucking all precious blood out of the orthodontist,’ I growl and tighten my grip around the neck. ‘What the hell does it look like I’m doing?’ Receptionist: ‘It looks like you’re sucking all precious blood out of the orthodontist.’ Me: ‘There you […]

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Foggy mists

What is life but an ending sequence of inconspicuous stars called bliss swimming in the foggy mist of secluded correlations who bear just one purpose – prolonging your search. There you are, a wanderer in your own microcosm of fear and hope, aiming for the stars but incidentally shooting the moon. You only see the […]

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Tagliatelle with swiss chard

My garden-vegetable season begins and slowly slowly I learn to prepare healthy but nourishing food. Swiss lard seems to be the easiest green around here: not snails, no mildew and whatnot. Here you see Bright Lights, but I have other chard too and it is growing abundant. About 500 g swiss chard leaves Olive oil […]

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The german bratkartoffel

If the ‘regular’ german is not into noodles then he most definitely is seriously addicted to bratkartoffeln = fried potatoes. I am the latter. I might probably want to eat them every day – would the oil not stink so much. As easy as this seems to be, a bloody beginner such as I am […]

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Midweek leek soup

Here comes something vegan for rainy and cold summer days. Inspired by 101 Cookbooks – Leek soup I pulled the witch kettle out of the cupboard, sliced, frizzled and eventually brew some soup. Without frog legs, because it is vegan. I mostly followed the original recipe but tweaked a little bit here and there to […]

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