Meatballs, patties, hamburgers – small balls of meat, stuck together with egg and breadcrumbs, are part and parcel of most European childhoods. The difference is not so much what you put into them but how you serve them!
Easter is a very special time in Catholic countries, as Easter marks the end of Lent and the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. The absence of eggs and other dairy products during Lent might explain, in parts at least, why eggs play such a central role in our Easter celebrations!
We were all quite excited at the prospect of Child 1 taking part in a cooking competition at school. It sounds like a lot of fun – after all, how difficult could it be? Very, as we quickly realised. His task is to prepare a healthy two-course meal; it has to be cooked in an…
As promised, another Schichttorte – but this time with a twist on the traditional recipe.