Okay, so I have not been in Germany long and the difference in measuring things, i.e. grams and milliliters verses cups and teaspoons has tripped me up…alas, I winged it today. I made a weird version of an open face sandwhich–mixing German and American??
Scrambled Eggs with Onions
I srambled some eggs with chopped onions, putting it on pumpernickel bread
Sliced Tillster cheese ontop of the eggs, cover it all with brown gravy
Garnish with carrot sticks.
Result?? An ugly dish that tastes really, really good.
A lovely evening of playing games with my sweetheart. neither of us have played dominoes in years. We had to read the directions on the box and make a practice game or two before getting the hang of it.
Thomas has also ‘discovered’ that he likes apple slices and Nutella (the wonderful chocolate hazelnut creme spread)- I enjoyed this delightful snack before in the U.S.A but Thomas had never heard of the combo before–I think he is now hooked!!!
An easy breakfast to dish up–takes under 12 minutes from start to finish.
2 Cups of Old Fashioned Oatmeal
3 cups of cold tap water
a pinch of salt
1/2 Cup of Dried Raisins ( I like to use the purple-dark raisins)
1 TSP of ground Cinnamon
Mix everything together in a pot–cook on medium low heat for 7-9 minutes, if the mix is too thick for you, add a bit more water.
Divide up into bowls, topping with a swirl-drizzle of honey. It is so good and easily made with very common ingredients–can easily be double or tripled or quadrupled for large groups and holiday guests.
I served it with a half slice of toast and half banana this morning for a little extra ‘boost’