I do not live in Amsterdam anymore, but I still love Dutch baby pancakes. It is easy to make, looks awesome and the way of serving is interesting. One pancake is good for two people and you can put whatever you want on it.
2013 is full of walking for me and my Mr. It is fun, we’re walking for hours, talking and discovering Berlin. It could be more fun if the temperature rises over 0*C, but a gal can’t have everything. I have so many plans and resolutions for 2013 and I’m not sure if a year has enough days for all of them. Let’s hope so.
So far I’ve started to plan my trip to San Francisco, so if you have tips for me, please drop a line.
Let’s be honest, I wasn’t too active on a blog lately. Everything because I had too much work (I know that it’s a lame excuse). In the morning I was more eager to use prooven recipes than to experiment with new ones. I have some more time on my hands now and I want to change it, so let’s eat some good breakfasts together! I am still fighting with a sleep deprivation so I need caffeine and I figured out I could add some to my breakfast as well (in a moment more caffeine in my veins equals better). That’s why today’s proposition should be obvious - coffee crepes. Crepes are quite popular in my country and it was the only thing I could do for a long time (thank you grandma!).
I don’t know how many times I’ve wrote that internet is an amazing place. I need to write it again. It helps me to discover amazing blogs and recipes almost each day. I’ve been a bit busy for the past months and I didn’t really have time to go to the bookstores and search for new interesting positions among cook books. But thanks to an internet I’ve found so many interesting recommendations, thank you fellows bloggers. Each time I discover a new blog, that is so unique and special. Yesterday I’ve found Honey & Jam blog and I fell in love with it. You should definitely check this out.
It was delicious, it had to be, because I ate all 10. But I keep thinking that it is made out of oats, so it’s not a big deal :) Now I’m a bit afraid that I won’t be able to share it with T. the next time. If you’re not sure what an oat flour is, don’t worry, you can do it yourself. Simply put an of old-fashioned oats into a food processor and process until it is ground well.
I’m getting very excited, as the next two weeks will be all about weddings (I’ll attend 2!), traveling and hanging out with great people I haven’t seen for a while. I can’t wait! I could surely avoid a “packing part” as I never know what to take and I leave it up to the last moment. I also need two dresses, but this will be a nice shopping obligation ;)
As Krysia is sending some tempting suggestions for a breakfast from Asia, I’ll concentrate on something polish, delicious and refreshing. I love international food, but as a real polish gal I can’t imagine my life without pierogi, polish style cottage cheese, ogórki or other typical and “to tasty to be real” products. Today something fast and easy to prepare. You will love it, I know I do.
I felt like a chocolate today and I’ve started to crave for brownies. Then I remembered a fantastic chocolate blog with all these delicious recipes. These pancakes are special, I must say, because they taste like brownies! The recipe will make just one portion, for one person, but feel free to double the ingredients.