Tender and hearty, this slow-cooked beef stew is what I call winter comfort food.
It wasn’t long ago that I was in the land of gingerbread, strudel, and meat and potatoes. When I say meat and potatoes, don’t underestimate the mountain-high amounts here. In Germany, it just seems to be a staple. And while there is a major foodie movement in Germany, its traditional dishes still dominate (thank goodness!)
These gluten-free pumpkin pies have a thin and flaky pastry with a smooth, creamy, allspice fragrant filling. I bet you won’t be able to resist having just one. After all, indulging in a few clearly demonstrates your thanks and appreciation for pumpkins, right?
One of my photographs published in Canada’s ‘Panoram Italia’ magazine from the October/November 2014 issue.
You could definitely say that I’ve been a bit M.I.A lately.
Have I grown tired of blogging? Not at all.
Have I been experiencing writer’s block? Who doesn’t!?
So where have I been? Having the adventure of a lifetime!
Although this blog entry isn’t recipe focused as my usual ones, I felt that my recent journey to London, England’s Portobello Road was well worth sharing with my fellow foodies.
If you are afraid of heights, go up the Shard anyway.