Cold Honeydew Melon Soup

Geesh is hot! Not complaining,not at all. I like summer in Austria. Just figuring out something to eat is problem.Not much  appetite. So I foraged the fridge. I had one Honeydew melon there. Melon and air-dried ham is alway good.. Then I got an idea. How about cold soup? What should I say?! It was…

Wild Garlic soup

Wild garlic season is here again! I went to the forest today and managed to pick a bag of it before it started to rain. After I got home I started to look for my soup recipe and OMG!!! I just noticed that I haven’t ever written my Ramson soup recipe officially here. What a…

Asparagus soup with twist

There are so many Cream of Asparagus Soup recipes but I have always stayed with the good old one,but today I desired to try something new! This soup has lemon and Parmesan cheese in it, not so common combination with the tender asparagus taste. But belive me, it works fabulously. The tangy taste of lemon…

Spinach Soup and Feta Börek

Spinach soup is one of my favorite  soups. It is served in Finnish school as lunch,usually with some meat filled pierogi and hard-boiled egg. I have lots of vegetarian friends,and they  ask very often from me recipes. So this time I converted this classical recipe into something new. I used soy milk instead of the normal milk…

Summer vegetable soup, and towelling poncho for Kiddo

Summer days..Long,hot and sunny. We have been spending lots of time outside in the garden. Kiddo water sliding ,playing in the sandbox and building all kind of things. Me digging,cutting,listening music,drinking wine and reading books.. Occasionally screaming to Tweedle Dee & Dum while they’ve gotten into their normal enterprising routines of getting in trouble. It…

Sausage Goulash for rainy day

It has been quite cloudy and rainy day today. Gray and gloomy. Typical Innviertel weather.. Only fog was missing. Sometimes fog is so dense that you hardly see half a meter ahead of yourself..On days like this, soup is something that I grave. I am not very comfortable cooking Austrian dishes, but now and then…

Easy Spelt Bread and creamy Wood Garlic soup

Wood garlic season, or Bärlauch, as it is called here in Austria has started! Nice, big leafs all over the forest to be harvested. I went to pick up some Bärlauch earlier this week, and now I will use this wonderful herb in my cooking’s during the weekend. Every year when season starts first thing what…