Not a single person that grew up in Poland went through childhood without eating pickle soup at least once. I might be exaggerating of course but the dill pickle soup is one of the ultimate Polish soups.
Let’s continue our potato theme we’ve started last week. This goulash is not exactly a goulash. While the beef version you might be acquainted with has to simmer for hours in order to provide you with the softest meat possible this one is ready when the potatoes are ready. Which means the whole dish is […]
Austrians have their Tafelspitz and some fancy dishes but let’s be honest, they mostly love simple cooking. Just look at the abundance of Knoedel, Nockerl, Kaiserschmarrn (it has a complicated name but is, in fact, an omelette gone wrong), all the Groestl etc. It is no different with this recipe. This simple dish is an […]
I have a bit of an unresolved relationship with celery. I like the concept, but I don’t go crazy when I see it. It is a fact though: celeriac, along with parsley root, carrot, parsnip etc. are the staples of the autumn- and winter-time cooking. This is an opinion changing dish, pushing the scales to […]