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Kochschule Eppelheim in Heidelberg

October 13, 2013 | Europe, Heidelberg, Travel

20131013-092934.jpgCooking schools in foreign countries never cease to excite me. No matter how much you know about cooking, you learn new things and learn new recipes. For instance, what happens when you take a gorgeous facility like Kochschule Eppelheim in Heidelberg…20131013-092951.jpg20131013-093013.jpg.
20131013-093034.jpg..and add one very nice (and nice looking!) young chef.20131013-093103.jpgThrow in a lovely seasonal and local menu.20131013-093115.jpgAdd onions…20131013-093157.jpg…fresh trout…20131013-093210.jpg…chives from the garden…20131013-093219.jpg…some strong fish tweezers…20131013-093257.jpg…a whole beef sirloin with rosemary and chives from the garden…20131013-093308.jpg…carrots and garlic…20131013-093317.jpg…farm fresh eggs…20131013-093326.jpg…potato dumplings…20131013-093335.jpg…freshly grated nutmeg…20131013-093345.jpg…fennel seed…20131013-093354.jpg…caramelized onions…20131013-093409.jpg…and newly harvested apples.20131013-093419.jpgThe result is one incredible feast of German food.20131013-093440.jpgSmoked trout with whipped potatoes and garlic aioli20131013-093447.jpgCreamy beet soup with potato dumplings20131013-093455.jpgRoast beef with caramelized onions, spaetzle, and vegetables20131013-093506.jpgApple fritters with ice cream and berries. What a great class!

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  1. I loved, loved, loved this school! That beef tenderloin and the trout appetizer will be attempted in my kitchen soon. And by the way, who ever made those horseradish dumplings sure did a nice job… (wink)

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