Erdäpfelsuppe- Austrian Potato Soup ~The Domestic Man

To truly understand the beauty of Erdäpfelsuppe, I’m going to run you through a quick language lesson. When Columbus first encountered the indigenous peoples of the Caribbean in the late 15th century, they presented him with the sweet potato–batata in the Taíno language–which he first brought to Europe. But on subsequent trips, explorers returned with […]…

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The Best Old Thyme Chicken Noodle Soup with Winter Vegetables

This soup is a vintage recipe that was passed down to me by my mother and her mother… Its timeless qualities deserve an encore post, so, here it is for those of you who didn’t happen upon it last year. For the past several months, Once Upon a Spice has been spreading the love, warmth…

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Pasta with Winter Vegetables ~FoodieFrauke

Time to celebrate – this is my 100th post! After the anniversary last week, this number just shows again how huge this journey and experience turned out to be… When I started one year ago, I would have never imagined getting to 100 posts and almost 400 followers by basically doing what I always loved […]…

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Crunchy Thai Cashew Salad

The undeniable simplicity of this salad is astounding! The crunchy astringent taste of cucumbers, the sweet crisp edge of carrots, cashews and red peppers, the pungent, licorice notes of  cilantro and basil and the spicy, salty, sweet and sourness of lime, soy sauce, rice wine vinegar and chili produces a memorable flavor explosion that you…

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Thai Cashew Salad

The undeniable simplicity of this salad is astounding! The crunchy astringent taste of the cucumbers, the sweet crisp edge of the carrots, cashews and red peppers, the pungent, licorice notes of the cilantro and basil and the spicy, salty, sweet and sourness of the lime, soy and vinegar and chili produces a memorable flavor explosion…

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