A wonderful walk in the area of “Este” creek near the town of Tostedt, northern germany. Such beautiful nature, soothing and refreshing at the same time. Cat tax included 😀
I made this these days for dinner. It’s easy and fast enough for a workday evening and it’s yummy as hell. And I will really have to work on my presentation 🙂 Here’s what you want to do:
I finally found time to continue working on my long-planned new outdoor knife. I wanted to create a sturdy, yet slender multi purpose knife to carry with me when I go fishing or into the outdoors. Here are some images:
I like asian food, especially noodles and whenever I stumble upon a recipe that catches my eye, I try to reproduce it. So here is today’s shot at “Basic Udon Soup” that I discovered on this guy’s very well made Youtube channel that I’ve been following for years now. This is not an overly savoury or particularly filling soup, rather some light meal. Watch the video or read on here how to make it:
Wow. Finally I did what I was postponing (procrastinating?) for several weeks now: I ultimately cleaned the munich workshop. Swept and vacuumed the whole place, then tidied up everything thoroughly by stowing away all tools and materials to their intended places. Finally wiped down the workbench and oiled it with linseed oil. That indeed was some work – it took me almost two afternoons.
Some (badly necessary) rules for the future:
- Always – yes, ALWAYS! – close the workbench shelve’s curtains. Just. Do. That.
- Sweep and vacuum the shop right away.
- Put back your tools immediately.
- Follow your material storage scheme accurately.
One of my personal classics, and I’m surprised that I didn’t even post this here yet. It’s a hearty, savoury and filling soup, best eaten on a cold day to warm up both body and soul. Yum! Aaand here’s how:
Neatly ordered and organized for your viewing pleasure!
What do I need to keep in my cabinets and drawers to be “safe” for most situations when I have to feed some people or scratch up something for two “out of nothing”? This is what I always have in stock and refill reliably, just to have it available without having to think about it.
This is my personal roundup, it may lack a lot of stuff that other people deem indispensable, but it’s a list of staples that I think mostly anyone can get along with fairly well. If you like, you can also have a look on what I deem essential kitchen equipment. Read on…
Not much herb-growing this year due to various… uhmm… turbulences, but at least some tomatoes and Chilies. Aaand of course trying to propagate the Monstera and the Hops from my garden 🙂 Chilies and tomatoes were sowed from trivial supermarket-bought vegetables (like so), the other two are small shoots cut off the mature plants.
Monthly Top 3:
I’m (somewhat) social too!