I am a summer child through and through. But autumn and winter also have their charms – especially when it comes to food! Pumpkin is one of my absolute cooking favourites. I think it goes with almost everything. What’s more, Hokkaido pumpkin in particular is very well digestible and also highly recommended for sensitive tummies.
They are virtually a must at every fair and are a delight for young and old alike: caramelised almonds. But what to do when there’s currently neither fair nor market nearby? Just make them at home! It’s really quite simple – we’ll show you how.
Chestnuts are an interesting fruit in more ways than one. Rich in fibre and starch, they provide a good supply of carbohydrates. The energy is released gradually into the body, which makes it possible to sustain a prolonged effort, with positive effects on satiety and digestion.
You might think that autumn is all about pumpkin. And yes: pumpkin soup, pumpkin risotto and pumpkin cheesecake are extremely delicious. But we don’t think the sweet chestnut should be neglected. Therefore, in this article you will find a few facts and also what you should bear in mind if you want to collect chestnuts yourself.