Whether you call it Kaiserschmarrn or Kaiserschmarren is a matter of taste and which Austrian region you are visiting. I was lucky to have Mark Kühler ("Deutschlands Heimwerkerkönig") as a guest in my kitchen showing me how it’s done properly
Yes, guys! It's time for some Austrian goodies such as this amazing traditional Wiener Schnitzel. This is a recipe from 1831 which I got from our Austrian friend, Micha. This delicious veal cutlet is topped with some hot anchovy butter.
A proper trifle may take ages to prepare but it's delicious and definitely worth the wait. Yum! This recipe is pretty easy to make because we are using Bird's Custard and Hartley's Jelly - not the most traditional way but
This Yorkshire Pudding Recipe will give you the perfect tiny Yorkshire Puddings made from a simple batter. They are often served with meat and gravy and form part of the traditional infamous Sunday roast. But don't mistake them with their
It’s no surprise that the Sunday roast is close to any Brit's heart – it represents family and friends like no other meal and is the nation's overall most-loved food. And thanks to my good friend Georgina we will
Hands down, these are the best and crumbliest English scones I have ever eaten! And whether you call them "Scons" or "Scoans" is just a matter of preference. There is literally no better way to start off my British month,
Wow, I just made the most unconventional Swedish comfort food ever - Flygande Jacob (Flying Jacob)! Thank you so much, Oscar, for showing me this really fun and tropical tasting Swedish chicken casserole :-D Such an easy family dish that
Now let me introduce you to the mother of Swedish Cakes: the Prinsesstårta. Thanks to Julia, my friend from Sweden, we made this glorious Swedish layer cake - bright green and full of custard goodness, berries, marzipan, and a whole