Creamy Mushroom Pasta

One of the staple in our kitchen is definitely pasta. From spaghetti, linguine, farfalle or even lasagne sheets, we stock them at home. When you are back from office or campus and felling hungry, in only 15 minutes you can prepare and cook any kind (most kind) of pasta dishes. There are variety of ‘sauce’…

Chili sin Carne

You have most probably heard about Chili con Carne – the in Texas state originated dish from the 19 century which consisted of beef, tomato and beans. It is a simple, basic stew and a very easy one to make without involving rare ingredients or complicated cooking. In this recipe however, we remove the use…

Hamburg Street Food Session

It’s here: an outdoor street food fest with summer vibe all around. Last Thursday we were at the Hamburg Street Food Session, where multiple vendors offer their best foods while enjoying the sun. Luckily it was all good weather, despite all the subtle winds. There were a lot to cover actually, but we had picked…

Hamburg’s Sunday Fish Market

Hamburg has the biggest port in Germany and second-busiest in Europe and therefore Der Hamburger Hafen (german for Hamburg’s port) is one of the main attention you have to visit if you’re planning to come here. One of the weekly tradition around the port is one so called Hamburger Fischmarkt, literally translates to Hamburg’s fish…

Spaghetti Meatballs

This Italian classic is one of the easiest meal ever. It feeds lots of people with less amount of effort and of course, money. Basic tomato sauce is also a go to recipe when you have no time but you still want to eat something homemade. Meatball Ingredients: 500g minced Beef 1tbsp Ketchup Handfull Flat…

Mad Trip – Vienna Day 2

So we continued our trip, starting with a set of brunch. Our research told us that one of the most common snack in Austria is the open sandwich. It is a simple piece of bread with sorts of topping. We were at one of the best open sandwich bar in Vienna called Trezsniewski, located in…

Mad Trip : Vienna – Day 1

This Easter holiday my friend and I took the long road down from the Northern Germany to the south and visited the capital of Austria, the German-speaking neighbor country. Austria doesn’t have a lot of differences in terms of culinary, specially from Southern Germany and Bavaria. There are a lot of “Krauts”, “Wurst” and many…