Welcome to the year 2017!
Mac & Cheese is the perfect party as well as hang-over food. In case your hang-over into the New Year 2017 still lasts, then get yourself into the kitchen to delight yourself, your friends and family right now.
Here’s what you need:
100g Elbow Pasta
150g Cheddar (matured)
15ml Fresh Cream
A pinch of nutmeg powder
A pinch of chilli powder
Bring milk to boil, add elbow pasta, then add butter and cheddar, stir well. Season with salt, pepper, garlic, chili and nutmeg.
Transfer the pasta into a baking dish, cover with more grated cheddar, bake at 180◦C for 25 minutes or until golden brown.
Serve hot and enjoy watching your guests having a culinary blast…
… till the last bite!
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Choose from a range of cheeses for home-delivery and stay tuned here for smart ways of enjoying your cheeses.
Apple Strudel is one of Austria’s most famous desserts. We decided to share the recipe with you so you can try your hands on baking and enjoy a little bit of Austria in your kitchen too.
A pinch of salt
Knead all the ingredients in a dough mixer or by hand into a soft, well-worked dough. Cut into halves, keep in a bowl, brush with some oil to keep it moist, cover with a slightly wet cloth and keep aside.
That’s what you need for the filling
Juice of 2 lemons
Approx.. 100g sugar (depending on how sour your apples are)
1,75kg peeled and thinly sliced apples
100g chopped walnuts
Cinnamon to taste
200g butter roasted breadcrumbs
unsalted butter for brushing on the dough
Icing sugar for garnishing
Mix apples, sugar, raisins, walnuts, and cinnamon make sure you do not break the apple slices.
How to make the Strudel
Use flour on your working surface. Roll half the dough to a about 10cm broad and 20cm long. Then pull and stretch the dough by hand. The dough needs to be so thin that you can read a newspaper through it.
Cut off the slightly thicker edges of the dough. Brush the dough with butter, then sprinkle half of the roasted breadcrumbs and half of the apple filling across the length of the dough (about 1/3 of the width). Wrap on the sides and roll the dough to a Strudel.
Repeat with the other half of the ingredients.
Put the strudel on a baking tin, brush some more butter on top and bake at 180◦C for 60 minutes.
For serving cut the strudel in portions and sprinkle with icing sugar. Enjoy!
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Ahh, winter season is setting in and the temperatures are slowly dropping, that’s the perfect time for hearty meals.
Today we’d like to share with you a very hearty way to treat your guests: Roast pork belly with a crusty top, red cabbage, potato dumplings and a beer sauce.
If you are a home-chef and want to try your hand on this, write to us, we’ll tell you how to go about it.
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All new, new, new on Erna’s Menu. To help you quench the summer heat we added some shakes & smoothies.
The latest Weekly Menu is also all geared to make you travel through the entire Europe in one meal (the quiche is from France, the Tomato Salad made to an Italian recipe, the Borscht (Red Beetroot Soup) will take you all the way to Eastern Europe ad the Fruity Delight often eaten during summers in Austria.
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my friend Bubbly Chatterji, a fabulous (fashion) blogger went to Delhi’s WIFW to understand who sets the trends …
Pero by Aneeth Arora WIFW AW 2014
‘You’re in next season’ I told my friend. ‘Whaaattt?’ Was my confused friend’s reply as she’s never in or on trend or bothered.
My friend is an Austrian chef living in Delhi. We were out looking for check fabric a couple of weeks ago for her company branding so I was pleasantly surprised to see checks were in two shows at Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week AW14. And that too in both the prints we selected, blue checks and red checks.
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The Foodcloud.in Pop-up Shop was superlicious. On display here in the pic are Erna’s Hummus, HerbButter and Rucola Tasty Spreads.
The motto seemed: shop till you drop for fashion from JJ Valaya, Shantanu & Nikhil, Tarun Tahiliani, etc. then pamper yourself and your loved ones with goodies from the foodcloud.in store.
Sounds like a perfect Saturday!
P.S.: The Foodcloud.in Pop-up Shop was part of the Stock Market at the Lalit Hotel, Barakhamba Road on March 8, 2014.
Yesterday, I watched The Quality of Mercy (OT: Hasenjagd), by Andreas Gruber, 1994. We saw the film for the first time in 1994 at school, shortly after its release.
The Quality of Mercy is one of those films that remained in my mind. It narrates the string of events during World War 2 that happened in the neighborhood I grew up in. I don’t want to bore you with the details of the film (in case you are interested, here is a link to the film’s Wikipedia article in English )
We had of course also seen Schindler’s List the film that came out in 1993. It is commendable what Mr. Schindler did. Yes, Mr. Schindler is a hero, because he saved so many lives and yes, he was a big man.
The Quality of Mercy does not have a hero who saves the lives of hundreds, or for that matter even five. The film draws attention to those who are not in positions of power, but still spark with resistance at the risk of their own lives.
In one scene a woman keeps boiled potatoes outside her front door, just in case someone passes by who is hungry. Others offer the fugitives their own clothes in the abject icy-cold winter. During that time, each one of those seemingly small gestures used to be high-stake-risk-taking behavior.
When we think of our own lives, how many times have we seen injustice and told ourselves: but that is none of my business? Or said in resignation: What can I do?
Yes, moral courage is something we all should have, but after all, how many of us bother?