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86 posts categorized "Berlin Edibles"

Thanksgiving 2014: Turkey on the town and a pumpkin report

Short days and the early dark is back. Are you filling your kitchen with good scents too? We got talking about Thanksgiving some weeks back. What is the best pumpkin to use for pie? Who's cooking up a Thanksgiving meal......

On finding foods from home

We were huddled under the awning on a rainy summer’s evening at Shaniu's House of Noodles (which, in my mind, is the glorious House of Dumplings). Ash was writing down the Cantonese name for the off-menu beef and Szechuan pepper......

Scenes from Little Wood

You know my love of vacant lots, and my curiosity about what comes to fill them. When Contemporary Food Lab sent out invitations to the opening of Little Wood, I had to go. A Swiss artist has built a joyously......

A picnic on the Spree

Once again, we headed down to the water. Have you got a favorite spot for picnic provisions? Our baskets were filled with buttery biscuits from the new Albrecht's on Sophienstraße, with Grüner Veltliner and Morbier from the charming Jens Garlipp......

Scenes from a Saturday (Antipodes & Bite Club)

A stack of The Gentlewoman, a string of perfect flat whites, kind patient waitstaff ready to dispense fluffys, a view of a stunning church: Antipodes remains a gem for coffee lovers on a lazy Saturday. Finally, finally, Bite Club! Singleton......

Strawberry picking in and around Berlin

Tis the season! Two favorites: Vierfelderhof (blogged here a couple of years ago) in Spandau, with its organic strawberries, charming outdoor cafe and small menagerie of animals. And Hofladen Falkensee, which is mounting a strawberry festival this weekend. Alongside mounds......

A mid-winter feast (Fish delivered to your doorstep)

A fish supper with friends to celebrate the turning towards spring? Yes please. Prawns according to Nigel Slater; herbed salmon according to Nigel Slater. Thank you Deutsche See for the chance to try the new shop....