Hard to believe but true: On the Baltic Sea coast you just need 5 minutes from Brazil to California:
Photo Credit: Michael aus Hamburg
The legend: Once upon a time, a fisherman found a rotten ship plank with the word „California“ in the shores of the Baltic Sea near his hut. He took the piece of wood home, and nailed it to his door.
Some times later, a competing fischerman, who lived a little more easterly on the beach, discovered this snobbish sign at his neighbour’s door. „What you can do, I’ve been able to do for a long time …“, this fisherman may have thought. He immediately reached into his firewood and found a suitable log, on which he carefully painted the word „Brazil.“ These exotic door signs are now the districts of Schönberg, a popular vacation resort at the Baltic Sea. At the moment the beach section California has 426 inhabitants, Brazil only 19.
This week I serve
California Skyr Bowl
fresh from the Baltic Sea for breakfast.
California Skyr Bowl
Yield: 1 serving
Delicious Bowl with Skyr
modified from Ulrike Westphal inspired by:
total time: 5 minutes
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Photo Credit: I ♥ Cooking Clubs
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Ach, schon wieder ein Skyr-Rezept! Das find ich fein. Ich nehm mir die Ideen alle mit!
Du kannst doch alle Rezepte, für die du sonst Joghurt verwendest mit Skyr machen … Guck ‚mal, hier sind auch ein paar Anregungen., Frau muss ja nicht in dem Laden kaufen
Funny story :)
This bowl is beyond gorgeous! It would certainly make anyone willing to face the day. I especially love how the currants and blackberries melt into a pool of berry colored goodness. Very pretty!
Such a beautiful bowl of breakfast! Actually, I could eat this any time of the day. You have it styled just beautifully…I just want to pick up a spoon and taste it all. Love this one, your photo is so pretty.
Like the legend behind each dish, which gives it a sense of place. The depth of color of the currants is amazing.
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