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Pane-Bistecca

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Mother, wife, passionate cook and baker, hobby photographer. Living in Asia, being half Italian, half Swiss makes me very international, and so are my recipes.

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Member Since: Mar 25, 2013


Last Posted Recipe: Apr 20, 2018

Spelt Pasta with Red Pepper Tomato Sauce

Spelt Pasta with a creamy Red Pepper and Tomato Sauce

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Homemade Porcini Gravy powder

Homemade Porcini Gravy Powder, make it to your own taste!

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Fish Pie - Terrine

Delicious Fish terrine for Starter

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Breaded Meatballs

Meatballs, or Chuegeli, Buletten, Fleischbaellchen, Albondigas, Frikadellen, Hackplaetzchen, all those names for one good meat dish!

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Farmer's Flour Bread Rolls

Bread Rolls made with a farmer’s bread flour mixture from Switzerland

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Homemade brewed Garlic-Bratwurst

Homemade brewed Garlic-Bratwurst. I made some homemade sausages again, but this time it's a brewed one.

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Simple Brioche

Easy French Brioche, so wonderful soft and tasty

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Cabbage-Vegetable Pie with Anchovies

Pie made with leftover vegetables and Anchovies!

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Almond Cookies

Delicious and easy Almond Cookies

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Zucchini-Tomato Risotto

Creamy vegetarian Risotto with Zucchini and Tomatoes

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Beef Cubes with Tomato Paste and Carrots

Beef Cubes slowly cooked in Tomato Paste and red wine

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Spaghetti with Capsicum Stripes

Here I made spaghetti with those capsicums, sliced thin, like julienne, and then cooked with bacon and garlic.

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Pumpkin au Gratin

I just baked the slices under a cover of meat sauce and béchamel sauce, almost like in a lasagna. It was delicious!

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Salmon with Potato Spaghetti

Salmon with Potato Spaghetti and Kale chips, a beautiful dish!

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French Dressing

Homemade French Dressing the Swiss way!

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Gugelhupf with Pecans, Apricots and Orange

I looked into the freezer to see what nuts I had to use, and I found some pecans. In my fruit basket were 2 Oranges and 6 apricots. That’s how this cake came together, and the girls loved it!

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Pork Fillet on Leek

Pork Fillet with Leek and Bacon. I wrapped the fillet into leeks and bacon. The leek gives the fillet such a good taste.

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Chicken Legs with Capsicum stripes

Chicken Legs with Capsicum stripes and roasted Potatoes

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Crispy Chicken Liver on Salad

I just marinated them, pulled them through flour and fried them, very simple. Served as a salad topping or even as finger-food they are delicious!

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Pili Nut Pesto

Pesto made with PIli Nuts from the Philippines!

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Chicken-Goulash

Easy Chicken Goulash, soft meat and tasty sauce!

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Homemade Pork Sausages

Easy and delicious Bratwurst, homemade of course!

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Banana-Chocolate Cake

I baked a banana-chocolate cake. I tried it and I have to admit, it is very moist, soft and airy!

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Nun's Farts

The nun's Farts - sorry, but they are really called so - are very simple. They are fried in oil and absolutely delicious! Once you started eating them you cannot stop!

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Restaurant Flame, Manila

Restaurant Review Restaurant Flame, Makati, Manila, Philippines.

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Vegetable Strudel

Easy and delicious Vegetable Strudel

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Colorful Pasta

Here are some examples of homemade gifts, easy and simple. If you pack them beautifully they are a wonderful gift everyone loves!

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Paella with Chorizo

We love rice, but when I am to lazy to stand next to the cooker, stirring in my risotto, I make a Paella.

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Limoncello - Prosecco Cocktail with Cointr

There are so many ways to mix Prosecco or Champagne! I prefer Prosecco, as half Italian this is logical, but also because I sometimes think some Champagnes taste bitter. My daughter's boyfriend told me once to mix Prosecco with Limoncello. I also added some Cointreau and so this nice and yummylicious cocktail was created.

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Three Kings Bread

Yesterday was the three kings day. That's the day when Balthazar, Caspar and Melchior arrived in Bethlehem to bring their gifts to baby Jesus. In the German speaking countries in Europe we bake a Three King Cake for this occasion. We hide a little plastic king inside one of the pieces, or an almond and who gets it in his/her piece is king for a day!

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Empanadas

​Empanadas are small dough cakes filled with meat, vegetables or cheese. Originally they are from Spain, the region of Galicia, but through the conquistador's these delicious cakes have been spread throughout the whole world.

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Chinese Barbecue Pork - Char Siu

I really wanted to cook this pork a for a long time already but it never came to it. But now I tried and it's really easy!

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Yangzhou Fried Rice

Yangzhou fried rice is one of the most well known fried rices from China.

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Leftover Rolls with meat and vegetables

I made a roll by filling the piadinas with meat and eggplants, then added some cheese and grilled it.

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Pralines with Cookie inside

Delicious Pralines made with Cookies and Liqueur

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Chicken Pie

Easy Chicken Pie with Spinach

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