We spent one sunny afternoon at the Open Air Museum in Bad Sobernheim passing by houses that were up to 500 years old, soaking up the scents of fields with old fruit trees and meadows in bloom, admiring happy old-breed cattle, and learning about how people used to live in the past. Not only was it a happy and relaxing stay, but also highly informative and entertaining….
Gnocchi and sage have always been a match made in heaven. Italians have known it for a long time and used these simple ingredients to make their tasty traditional quick meal Gnocchi Burro Salvia (gnocchi with sage butter). It’s perfectly ok to use olive oil instead of butter, but this is not the only change I made to the classic recipe. I like serving gnocchi with both fresh sage and crispy fried sage leaves to get the most out of this delicious and spectacularly scenting and tasting herb. If you haven’t eaten crispy sage leaves sprinkled with a bit of salt yet, you’ve missed out on a delicacy. This yummy treat is fast and easy to make by frying sage leaves in hot oil for a couple of minutes. It’s a perfect little snack on its own, and superb with gnocchi….
If you’re looking for a special and delicious coffee beverage with only three ingredients, look no further. Mixing the juicy sweetness of melon pieces with the aromatic bitterness of coffee, and then adding the earthiness and sweetness of molasses will give your taste buds a unique and yummy experience. This smoothie has the creaminess of a soy latte and is bursting with flavors and sweetness thanks to the melon and the molasses….