Love Ragout? This is for you!

Finally!!!!! I post the knife to the fork, the Romeo to his Juliet, the rain to the umbrella…..: here is the Portwine Ragout that goes with the Pumpkin Gnocchi I posted a while ago. Maybe that Portwine Ragout with Gnocchi … Continue reading

Mediterranean Delight Bites

Kalhmera Dear Readers and Welcome to an other blog-monday funday. Today I have a special post, as I don’t have one Recipe for you. I have Seven! Fresh from scratch and ready for you to be cooked! What happens on … Continue reading

Cloudy with a chance of Meatballs!

I am surrounded by Meatball-loving People! The secret is in the spices, that makes them soooo delicious. And also a good quality of ground beef (organic) and of course to cook them on a high heat, so all the juice stays in the meat and you don’t end up choking on dry Meatballs. From then on it is up to you, how you want to serve them….just like that (maybe with a Hummus or Tzatziki Dip) or with Pasta (and Tomato Sauce) or maybe with Gravy and Mash….? Your choice!
Find this Recipe Here or go to “Meats”

Enjoy and take care, Emily

A classic swiss sunday dinner

There are a few varieties of this dish, called Fleischvögel (Beef Rolls). The way the woman in my family prepared it and still do is this classic way.
They are filled with Mustard, Bacon, Carrot, Bread and Onions.
Good about it: The rolls can be prepared in advance. In Switzerland it’s a classic sunday dish, mostly combined with Potatoes (Mash or Gratin).
My grandmother used to make them, my mother prepares them and last year I started to cook them too. Younger people barely ever cook it….I guess because it’s one of those meals, you want to eat excactly how your mother always prepared it….so it’s easier to sometimes go home on sunday evenings to Hotel Mama and eat it there (where the food tastes best anyway, right?!). But when it comes to traditional swiss cuisine and meat dishes, it was in my interesst to start cooking meals like that, since it is Mr. Lovestones favorite cuisine…. and we all know: The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.

With this swiss dish post I would like to say hello to Mary Ellen and Earl in Charlotte, North Carolina. Two great and loving people that are always interested in good food and truly know how to cook! Thank you for following this blog. I miss you two very much! And hope the day will come, when we can meet again in Destin, where the Key Lime Pie tastes the best! 🙂

Find this Recipe Here or go to “Meats”

Love, Emily

Let’s play with flavors and spices!

Let’s play with flavors and spices!

Todays recommendation: Lamb loin with basil crust and fig sauce (Recipe here)with a sweet potato-potato mash-oriental spiced! (Recipe here) A fast and easy Recipe and a winner for all lamb fans! Klick on the links or find the Recipes under … Continue reading