Success is not final, failure is not fatal - it is the courage to continue that counts.
- Sir Winston Churchill

Thursday, May 15, 2014

From the kitchen

Joining Heather for the kitchen blog hop again.
Homemade granola
Auch diese Woche bin ich wieder bei Heather's "kitchen blog hop" dabei.
Selbstgemachtes Granola
 We're getting anywhere from 3 to 5 eggs daily and are enjoying different egg dishes. One of our favorites, scrambled eggs with feta cheese.
Zur Zeit legen unsere Huehner zwischen 3 und 5 Eiern taeglich und wir geniessen diese in allen moeglichen Varianten. Eine unserer Lieblingsspeisen sind Ruehreier mit Feta.
 Garden goodness
Frisch aus dem Garten
 Spinach and Mache for our salad.
Spinat und Feldsalat fuer unseren Salat.
 Our Mother's day main dish, a smoked Boston butt. Greg did so good, it was fantastic!!
Das Hauptgericht an Muttertag, ein geraeucherter "Boston butt". Greg hat es super hinbekommen und es hat lecker geschmeckt!
 Sour dough starter
Sauerteig
 Lunch today
Mein Mittagessen
 Andama bread, I did change the recipe a bit. Added some whole wheat flour, flax seed meal and chia seeds to it.
"Anadama" Brot, wobei ich das Rezept ein bissl abgeaendert habe. Ich habe einen Teil des Mehls mit Vollkornmehl ersetzt und geschroteten Leinsamen und "chia" seeds dazu gegeben.

18 comments:

  1. I haven't tried eggs with feta before but it sounds like an amazing combination. I've just bought my husband a hen coop and house...we plan to get chickens when we move house in the summer. So one day we may have three to five eggs too. It must be a good feeling.
    I hope they continue laying lots of eggs for you.
    debx

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  2. Ooh I never thought of adding chia seeds to my bread! Good idea!

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  3. The granola looks yummy! So many nice dishes being cooked up in your kitchen this week for sure.

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  4. I love how in many kitchen garden and cooking are so close to each other. Loved to see your kitchen!

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  5. It all looks delicious! What lovely fresh stuff from the garden!

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  6. Everything looks fantastic!

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  7. I haven't had Anadama bread in ageas. I should learn to make it myself...all looks great!

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  8. I am cooking eggs daily and I think anything with feta is wonderful.
    I have never heard of andama bread, but will be looking into it.

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  9. Your bread looks delicious! And eggs with feta... yummy! Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Everything looks so delicious. Your bread looks perfect and I like that you added more grain to it.

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  11. Schön, dass ich dein Blog entdeckt habe! Alles sieht sehr köstlich aus!
    LG, Micha

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  12. Everything looks so delicious. I bet that all tasted fantastic!

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  13. It must be so nice to have your own eggs.. Your scramble looks delicious.. We buy free range eggs from a friend but would so love my own.. Oh well.. Everything looks delicious..

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  14. I cannot imagine the fresh eggs, how very lucky you are! The bread looks fantastic and when you make it I would love to be in your house for that fresh bread scent :)

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  15. You are always creating something wonderful in your kitchen!!! My husband LOVES making boston butts. I just like saying boston butt!

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  16. hallo anke,
    sieht alles sehr lecker aus. frische eier...hätte ich auch gerne,aber leider ist das hier nicht möglich.sauerteig muß ich auch mal wieder ansetzen.wie machst du dein granola?.
    liebe grüße regina

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  17. http://cox-himmel.blogspot.com/2010/01/granola.htmldas
    Regina, hier kannst du das Rezept fuer mein granola sehen. Geht ganz einfach und schnell.
    Liebe Gruesse,
    Anke

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  18. I love eggs with Feta cheese! All of your kitchen goodies look so appetizing, Anke!

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