my food blog – my rules!

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#1
We don’t talk about calories. Never.

#2
I’m a non-professional managing recipes & food preparation my way to get quick & foolproof results.

#3
All recipes & photos in this food blog are real & stay real.
(We eat everything – maybe except of the most disastrous results!)

#5
I like vegetables, but I’m no veggie (or vegan).

#8
If you can produce 6 servings instead of 2 (which you need at the moment) always go for 6 servings & freeze any leftovers for later: it’s efficient – no significant changes in preparation & cleaning time.

#9
No need to produce everything from scratch: there are many convenience products of excellent quality in your trusted food store.

#13
I don’t cook or bake anything that I don’t like.

#17
You’ll never have enough time off  to spend up to 2 days (or even more) in your kitchen to prepare lots of food for an upcoming family & friends get-together.

#21
If you want to entertain more than 6-8 guests rely on a renowned catering service.

#21a
If you want to entertain about 6-8 guests think hard about offering a buffet – with help of an exquisite deli.

#29
I don’t invent any new food combinations just to impress.

#30
Don’t be afraid to simplify recipes & processes. Never.

#31
If some ingredients happen not to be around – just substitute.

#32
Weight loss schedules are out-of-scope – however, we don’t use fat/oil & sugar in excess.

#38
Food Shopping: Keep it simple & be flexible. Always.
(If you cannot lay your hands on any fresh Italian tomatoes in your trusted food store rely on canned Italian tomatoes – instead of raiding 2-3 more food stores!).

#38a
I’m an absolute fan of one-stop-shopping.

#39
Pantry: Keep it simple & be flexible. Always.
(If there aren’t any spaghetti in your kitchen cabinet use macaroni instead!).

#42
Don’t allow leftovers to clutter your pantry!

#45
Don’t fall in love w/ impressive kitchen equipment you won’t need really…

 

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