Dish and drink of the Month - Poland


Sep 2009Okt 2009Nov 2009Dec 2009Jan 2010Feb 2010Mar 2010Apr 2010
Mai 2010Jun 2010Sep 2010Okt 2010Nov 2010Dec 2010
Jan 2011Feb 2011Mar 2011Apr 2011Mai 2011Jun 2011



September 2009


Dish of the month


Chicken breast baked with ham,
mozzarellea with potatoes and vegetables




  • Chicken breast   120 g

  • Ham 25g           

  • Mozzarella 90g

  • Boiled potatoes   90g

  • Vegetables – broccoli and cauliflower       

  • Cep – an edible mushroom  1

  • Onion 1/2

  • Cream  50ml

  • White wine  50ml

  • Pepper


The chicken breast fill with mozzarella, season and wrap around with ham. To prepare sauce we have to reduce some wine, add one cep and thicken it with cream. Fry the chicken breast in the frying pan both sides and put it into the oven for 8 minutes. Steam the vegetables. Slice potatoes and fry them with the onion.


Drinks of the month September 2009


Cherry compot


  • Cherry 3 kg

  • Sugar 800 – 900 g

  • Water 1,5 l



The way of preparing:

Wash fruit and take off (hollow out) the pips. Put them into the pot and pour it with hot syrup, made of water and sugar. Boil it 20-25 minutes.




Oktober 2009


Dish of the month


Silesian Beef Roulade


Ingredients for four portions:

  • Beef 1000 g

  • Flour 150 g

  • Onion 250 g

  • Pickled cucumber 200 g

  • Carrot 200 g

  • Smoked bacon 200 g

  • Sausage 200 g

  • Mustard                

  • Fat 250 g

  • Cream 50 g

  • Salt, pepper,

  • sweet pepper,pigmento

  • bay leaf



First, wash the meat under the running cold water, slice it, and tender these slices with a tenderizer. Next rub the meat with salt and sprinkle with pepper. Another step is to spread mustard on each slice of beef. Put sliced onion, smoked bacon, carrot, pickled cucumber and sausage on each slice of beef. Next roll each slice and tie them with a meat-pin or with a thread. Brown them on the hot fat in a saucepan. Next pour water or meat brewing into it and simmer the meat until it is tender. When the roulades are ready, take them out of the saucepan and thicken the remaining sauce by adding flour. When the sauce starts boiling, add cream to make its taste better and season it.  



Drinks of the month Oktober 2009

Hawai Bleu


  • 60 ml of orange juice

  • 60 ml of pineapple juice

  • 60 ml of grapefruit juice

  • 20 ml of blue curacao syrup

The way of preparing:

shake all the ingredients with ice. Strain to a cooled glass. Decorate.


a piece of pineapple, green cocktail sour cherry


hurricane glass























November 2009


Dish of the month:




  • 6 large red or yellow onions, peeled and thinly sliced.

  • Olive oil

  • 1/4 teaspoon of sugar

  • 2 cloves garlic, minced

  • 8 cups of beef stock, chicken stock, or a combination of the two (traditionally the soup is made with beef stock)

  • 1/2 cup of dry vermouth or dry white wine

  • 1 bay leaf

  • 1/4 teaspoon of dry thyme

  • Salt and pepper

  • 8 slices of toasted French bread

  • 1 1/2 cups of grated Swiss Gruyere with a little grated Parmesan cheese


Preparation steps:

In a large saucepan, sauté the onions in the olive oil on medium high heat until well browned, but not burned, about 30-40 minutes (or longer). Add the sugar about 10 minutes into the process to help with the carmelization.

Add garlic and sauté for 1 minute. Add the stock, vermouth or wine, bay leaf, and thyme. Cover partially and simmer until the flavors are well blended, about 30 minutes. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Discard the bay leaf.

To serve you can either use individual oven-proof soup bowls or one large casserole dish. Ladle the soup into the bowls or casserole dish. Cover with the toast and sprinkle with cheese. Put into the broiler for 10 minutes at 350 degrees F, or until the cheese bubbles and is slightly browned. Serve immediately.



Drinks of the month November 2009

Alcohol-free MOHITO

  • 2 pieces of lime

  • 3 mint leaves

  • 2 teaspoonfuls of cane sugar

  • 7 up drink

The way of preparing:

press the lime, mint and cane sugar with crushed ice using a muddler. Fill up with 7 up drink.


mint leaves


old fashioned glass




December 2009



Dish of the month


Carp in lemon cous-cous with warm courgette

Ingredients for 6 portions:


  • 2 medium courgettes                                                       

  • 5-6 spoons of raisins                                              

  • 5 spoons of pini nuts                                               

  • 3 spoons of olive oil                                                

  • 2 cloves of garlic                                                    

  • 1-5 teaspoons of dried thyme

  • 4 spoons of olive oil extra virgin

  • 4 spoons of fresh thyme to garnish them

  • 3 teaspoons of sugar

  • salt, freshly grined pepper


  • 12 portions of carp

  • salt, pepper, red peper, oregano, basil, thyme

  • 1 spoon of honey

  • 6 slices of cold butter

  • 1-2 spoons of olive oil

  • lemon juice

  • sesame

Lemon cous-cous

  • 300 gr cous-cous

  • lemon juice

  • kurkuma

  • chicken stock (1 cube)

  • water

  • 3 spoons of lemon juice



  • cut them along their length into 4 pieces. Cut each piece to make them similar to ribbons.

  • Pour the raisins with hot water and soak them for 10 minutes ans next strain them. Brown the pini nuts on a dry frying pan.

  • Heat 1 spoon of olive oil on the frying pan, add chopped garlic and brown it all. Add courgette, lemon juice, dried thyme and fry everything for about 3-4 minutes, stiring from time to time

  • When the courgette is ready, season it with salt, add raisins, olive oil extra virgin, fresh thyme, sugar and pepper. Stir everything and finally sprinkle it with browned pini nuts.


  • Wash the fish, dry it and sprinkle it with salt and pepper. Drop it with a little lemon juice and put it away for 10 minutes.

  • Mix the season with honey, olive oil, and lemon juice to make thick sauce

  • Rub the carp wiyh this thick sauce, put those pieces onto the slices of butter and spronkle them with sesame

  • Roast them for about 10 minutes in 220 degrees

  • Heat the courgette and serve it with the fish, garnish with fresh thyme


  • Boil water and add one cube of chicken stock

  • Pour  cous-cous with the chicken stock, add lemon juice and some kurkuma to colour it.


Drinks of the month December 2009


Strawberry Dizziness

  • 4-6 strawberries

  • 120 ml of orange juice

  • 10 ml of fruit de la passion syrup

  • 10 ml of grenadine syrup


The way of preparing:

pour the syrups and the orange juice into a bartender glass. Add strawberry mousse and mix everything using a bartender spoon. Pour the drink into a hurricane glass, fill up with crushed ice. Decorate.


cocktail sour cherry



Janaury 2010


Dish of the month


Halibut with saffron sauce


  • Halibut fillet             250 g

  • Pasta                     100 g

  • Shallot                   1

  • Cream                   150 ml

  • White wine              50 ml

  • Clarified utter          20 g

  • Saffron

  • Sea salt

  • White pepper



Prepare the saffron sauce: fry the shallot on butter, add some saffron, white wine, a pinch of white pepper and the cream. Cook it all together.

Cook the pasta.

Sprinkle the fish with sea salt and pepper. Cook it on steam. Put the sauce on a plate, put the fish and pasta on it.


Drinks of the month January 2010



Caffè Latte is the Italian variant of coffee with milk. A good Caffè Latte is always an espresso. Hot milk is poured onto the espresso. The result is crowned by a little milk foam. Caffè Latte is served in a tall glass bigger than the Cappuccino cup.


  • Milk (approx. 120 ml)

  • Coffee beans

  • Sugar (to taste)

  • Glass (Capacity around 160 ml)


  • Heat ¾ of a glass of milk (unlike the foaming procedure, the milk should be mixed with less air)

  • Push the cup under the coffee outlet and draw off the espresso.

  • Add the milk




February 2010


Dish of the month




  • 100 g of whole-wheat rye flour,

  •  250 g of carrot,

  • leak, celeriac and parsley,

  • 200 g of white sausage,

  • water,

  •  salt,

  • flour,

  • garlic,

  • marjoram




Allow the flour to sour in the water for a few days. Cook a stock from mixed vegetables, strain, add sour flour liquid (zur), spice with flour, bring to boil, add salt. Add white sausage cut into small pieces, spice with garlic or marjoram. Serve with hard boiled eggs cut into halves.



Drinks of the month February 2010


Shirley Temples - Non alcoholic drink



  • 1/2 cup orange juice
  • 1/2 cup lemon-lime flavored carbonated beverage
  • 1 tablespoon grenadine syrup
  • 1 maraschino cherry


In a tall glass, combine orange and lemon-lime soda. Pour grenadine in and let it sink to the bottom. Garnish with a maraschino cherry and a straw for stirring.





March 2010


Dish of the month


"Golabki" in tomato sauce


  • Cabbage                 1

  • Minced beef            0.5 kg

  • Rice                       0.5 kg

  • Pepper

  • Salt

  • Red pepper as a season

  • Tomato concentrate

  • Beef brew

  • Flour                      2 tbs


Wash the cabbage and remove torn leaves. Boil the cabbage in the salty water for about 15 minutes. Next take the cabbage out of the water and take carefully each leaf separately so that not to tear them.

Next boil the rice and mix it with the minced beef. Add a bit of pepper, salt and red pepper. Ready filling roll in each leaf, put ready “gołąbki” into the saucepan and sprinkle them with water and add the beef brew. Simmer  them until they are tender and ready to eat.

Finally add tomato concentrate to the beef brew and thicken it with the flour . season the sauce with salt, pepper and vegeta.

         ENJOY THE MEAL!!!



Drinks of the month March 2010


Floryda Sun


  • 20 ml of lemon juice

  • 50 ml of orange juice

  • 50 ml of pineapple juice

  • 50 ml of grapefruit juice

  • 20 ml of passion fruit syrup


The way of preparing :

shake all the ingredients with ice. Strain to a cooled glass. Decorate.


melon, starfruit, golden berry


hurricane glass





April 2010


Dish of the month


Carp Fillet with Tagliatelli


  • Carp fillet 150g

  • Flaur 50g

  • Panko 50g

  • Pepper 1g

  • Tao-tao souse-ginger 3g

  • Salt 5g

  • Egg 1

  • Oil 150 ml

  • Sesame 5g

  • Tagliatelle pasta 30g

  • Garlic 1 piece

  • Margarine 30g

  • Vegeta 5g

  • Salt 5g

  • Cherry tomatoes 30g

  • Oil 200ml

  • Salt 2g

  • Cream 50g

  • Red cariar 5g

  • Poppy 0,5g

  • Honey 200g


Carp fillet spice with salt, pepper and ginger souse. Leave it for two hours in fridge. Bread carp in panko mixed with sesame. Fry at low heat, because panko can burn quickly. Cook tagiatelle pasta according to pachage directions. After boiling drain pasta. Heat margarine on frying-pan, add garlic, vegeta and fry pasta. Wasch tomatoes and fry it on deep oil, after boiling strew with salt. Pour cream into saucer, add carian, poppy and honey, then boil it and reduce.

         ENJOY THE MEAL!!!



Drinks of the month April 2010


Bread drink



  • 2 lb dark rye bread

  • 1 oz yeast

  • 8 oz sugar

  • 1 oz mint

  • 2 oz raisins

  • 16 pints water




Cut the bread into slices & bake in a moderate oven until crisp. Place bread in a large saucepan & pour in boiling water. Let stand for 3 to 4 hours. Strain off liquid & combine with yeast & mint. Cover with a cloth & allow to ferment in a warm place for 6 hours. When the first froth appears, strain again & pour into bottles containing 1 or 2 raisins in the bottom. Cork firmly (or use beer bottles with screw caps) & store in a cool place for 3 days before serving. not blow its cork. to 12 hours. There will be a slight yeast settlement. Pour the clear liquid into a jug & add raisins. Cork the bottle or put a lid on the jar, but not too tightly, or the cork will blow. Refrigerate for 5 days, then strain before serving.






May 2010


Dish of the month




  • six big eggs

  • one tablespoon of butter

  • one tablespoon of horseradish

  • salt

  • freshly ground black pepper

  • wasabi in tube and chives for decoration



  1. Cook hard-boiled eggs, cool them and peel. Each one cut along into half and remove yolks.

  2. Mix the egg yolks and butter. Mix it with horseradish and add salt and pepper. Fill eggs whites with plentiful amount of filling, decorate each of them with a little bit of wasabi and chives, arrange then an elegant plate and serve.




Drinks of the month May 2010




  • non-carbonated mineral water

  • one orange

  • one lemon

  • pinch of grated cinnamon ( optional piece of cinnamon stick)

  • a few grains of carnation

  • fresh ginger root

  • one tablespoon of honey



  1. Mineral water can be boiled and cooled first ( to get rid of any bacteria, because you never know how long the water was the ware- house, shop, and the like).    

  2. Grate the peeled ginger root  on a coarse grater: three to five cm. it is important to remember that ginger has quite unique and spicy taste, so you might see earlier what concentration will be suitable for us.

  3. Scald the orange and the lemon with boiling water. Slice the fruits.

  4. Dissolve the honey in the water , add fruit, ginger and spices. Mix everything well and put it into the fridge.





June 2010


Dish of the month


Chicken breasts with parsley mouse,
vegetable lasagna and noodles


  • Chicken breasts       4 pieces

  • Veal                       200g

  • Cream                   50ml

  • Parsley

  • Eggs                      2

  • Courgettes              2

  • Eggplant                 2

  • Potatoes                 0.4kg

  • Seasons: salt, pepper, poultry marinade, vinaigrette


Ways of preparation:

  1. Marinate the chicken breasts in the poultry marinade ,

  2. Cut the breasts to make the pockets and fill them with the parsley mouse made from veal, cream and parsley,

  3. Fry the pockets and next roast them in the oven 160 for about 25 minutes,

  4. Make the lasagna from grilled vegetables and fried potatoes and pour it all with the cream mixed with eggs and dried tomatoes and bake it for about an hour (220◦),

  5. Serve the chicken pockets with lasagna and gnocchi noodles with the cream sauce.

Enjoy the meal



Drinks of the month June 2010


Fresh drink for the summer days


  • 5 teaspoons of powder sugar,

  • 1 peeled lemon,

  • 2 glasses of still mineral water,

  • Parsley


Ways of preparation:

Put the parsley, sugar and peeled lemon to the pot. Use the blender to mix everything. Next add the water and mix it once again. Strain the drink and serve it with a slice of lemon.

                                                        Enjoy the drink





September 2010


Dish of the month


Cottage bread

Time of preparation – 50 min
Time of banking – 1.5 hour
One portion – about 120 kcal


For 3 large loafs of bread (about 60 slices of bread)

  • 2 kg of flour,

  • 1 l of not sour whey,

  • 5 dag of leaven,

  • 1 teaspoon of salt.


Way of preparation:

  1. Dissolve the leaven in whey and add 2 cups of flour.

  2. Let it rise in warm place for 45 min to 1 hour.

  3. Combine salt, leaven mixture, the rest of the flour, remaining whey.

  4. Knead until smooth.

  5. Turn onto the floured board – shape in loafs.

  6. Let it rise on the board and meantime wet it several times with beer or water.

  7. Bake it for an hour in 190 degrees next wet it with the water and bake for another half an hour.

Enjoy it!!!




Drinks of the month September 2010





  • 30 ml of lime juice

  • 20 ml of cactus juice

  • 10 ml of green banana juice

  • 5 ml of coconut syrup

  • 5 ml of passion fruit syrup

The way of preparing:

shake all the ingredients with ice. Strain to a cooled glass. Decorate


a piece of lemon, starfruit, pineapple leaves, golden berry fruit

Glass: cocktail glass







Oktober 2010


Dish of the month


Sautted Saffron Chantarelle Mushrooms


  • Chantarelle Mushrooms

  • Cashews

  • Garlic

  • Shallots

  • Saffron

  • Olive oil

  • Salt


Way of preparation:

Wash the mushrooms. Chop one garlic clove and shallots and into heated olive oil. Add a pinch of saffron and fry for 1 minute. Now add the mushrooms and stir together for about 10-15 minutes until they soften and become tender. Crush the cashews and add them into frying pan. Season with salt. It is a great accompaniment to every pasta or salad.

Bon appétit!



Drinks of the month Oktober  2010


Coffee with Cardamon and cloves

Black, so strong that makes the coffee trick, sweet, with seasons. These are the features of this aromatic coffee. It’s an ideal drink for chilly, gloomy autumn days. This coffee will stimulate you, warm you up and above it all, it will change your mood for better


Time of preparation: 6 minutes

Serving for 2 people


  • 2 teaspoons of coffee

  • 4 grains of cardamom

  • 4 cloves

  • 2 spoons of brown sugar

  • A glass of mineral water

Ways of preparation:

Boil the water with the sugar and season it in the special pot for making coffee or in the mug.

When the water starts boiling spill the coffee, stir it and let it boil. When the coffee starts foaming and it goes up the mug, take it away from the stove, add pour one spoon of cold water and put it back on the stove. Repeat this cycle three times.

When the coffee starts foaming for the third time, put the dish away from the stove and pour the coffee into the small cups.

Drink it slowly to savour this delightful moment. 





November 2010


Dish of the month


Russian Dumplings


  • 3 glasses of flour

  • 1 glass of warm water

  • 1 tablespoon of olive

  • some salt


  • 300g of cottage cheese

  • 700g of potatoes

  • 2 onions

  • some olive

  • black pepper

  • salt



Mix all the ingredients. Knead elastic dough. If it’s too sticky add more flour, if it’s too hard add more water. Form it into a ball. Pin it out using a roller. You can sprinkle the surface of the table with some flour to prevent the dough from sticking. Cut round shaped pieces using a glass. Stuff it with filling and stick the edges using your fingers. Cook the dumplings in a bowling water for about 5 minutes.
Serve it with a splash of sour cream or golden onions.


Peel and cook the potatoes. Squeeze them thoroughly and mix with cottage cheese. Cut the onion into small cubes and fry until golden. Add into the filling. Season with some salt and black pepper. Mix.



Drinks of the month November  2010


Banana heaven


  • 3 bananas

  • 1 orange

  • 2 glasses of natural yogurt

  • 2 tablespoons of honey

  • 1 lemon (squeezed)

  • sugar




Peel the bananas and slice. Two of them mix with yogurt. Squeeze the orange and pour over the third banana. Add the yogurt and stir. Add honey, lemon juice and sugar if needed. Cool in a fridge.





December 2010 

Dish of the month


Beetroot Soup


  • 2 litres of chicken stock

  • 10 medium size beetroots (cooked, peeled and diced)

  • 2 diced carrots

  • 2 diced parsnips

  • 1/2 diced celery stick

  • 1/4 leek (cut in half lengthways)

  • ¼ diced onion

  • marjoram chopped or dried

  • 2 bay leaves

  • 2 allspice berries

  • spirit vinegar

  • salt and pepper



Heat chicken stock in a pot. Add all vegetables, bay leaf and allspice. Bring to the boil, then reduce and simmer until the vegetables are soft. Add diced beetroots and the leftover juice to the stock. Add 1 or 2 tablespoons of spirit vinegar. Heat until the beetroot is soft. Add the marjoram, salt and pepper.




Drinks of the month December  2010


San Francisco


  • 200ml unsweetened orange juice

  • 200ml unsweetened pineapple juice

  • 200ml unsweetened grapefruit juice

  • 4 dashes grenadine

  • 4 egg whites

  • soda water

  • slice of lemon or orange



Shake all the ingredients (except the soda water) together well and strain into a  jug. Top up with soda water. Pour into glasses. Decorate each glass with a slice of lemon or orange.




January 2011

Dish of the month


Peas soup


  • peas 250g
  • smoked ribs 200g
  • smoked bacon 200g
  • 1 carrot
  • 1 celery
  • 2 potatoes
  • marjoram
  • salt
  • pepper



Soak peas in water for 12 hours. Cook with smoked ribbons. Cut the carrot and potatoes into small pieces. Grate the celery. Add the vegetables into the soup. Cook for 1- 1,5 h. Add marjoram and salt. Cut bacon into small pieces, fry until golden and add into the soup. Boil for a few minutes. Season with pepper.



Drinks of the month January 2011


Hot chocolate


  • bitter chocolate 100g
  • milk 500ml
  • cream 36% 125ml
  • sugar 2-3 teaspoons
  • cinnamon 1 teaspoon


Pour milk and cream into a pot and bring to the boil slowly. Add crushed chocolate, cinnamon and sugar. Simmer for a few minutes, remembering not to boil the chocolate. It can be served with whipped cream.




February 2011


Dish of the month




  • 4 small salmon fillets

  • 2 tomatoes

  • 4-6 shrimps

  • 100ml of wine

  • butter

  • 2 teaspoons of caviar

  • 1 bag of rice

  • 3 spoons of cream 18%

  • lemon juice from 1 lemon

  • 1 egg yolk

  • saffron, salt, pepper, herbs de Provence

  • mint leaves


Spice the salmon with salt, pepper, herbs de Provence and sprinkle with the lemon juice. Put into a fridge for on two hours. Cook rice and fry it on a frying pan with saffron then season with salt and pepper.

Peel shrimps fry on butter, season with salt and pepper. Peel tomatoes and fry with butter,  salt and pepper. Clean the salmon from the marinade. Put into a heat resistant bowl and bake in an oven in the temperature of 180 degrees for 15 minutes.
Mix cream, white wine and lemon juice on a frying pan. Add salt, pepper and a teaspoon of caviar. Take out the salmon from the oven and put it on a plate. Pour the sauce over the fish. Put shrimps on the dish and decorate the dish with mint leaves.




Drinks of the month February 2011




  • 30ml of orange juice

  • 2ml of sugar syrup

  • lemon lemonade

  • a slice of an orange or lemon



Pour the orange juice or syrup into a flute glass with two ice cubes. Fill it the rest of the way with lemonade and stir. Decorate it with a slice of lemon or orange.




March 2011


Dish of the month


Old Polish Bigos


  • 2 kg of sauerkraut

  • 3 onions

  • ½ bulb of garlic

  • 0.2 kg of fat

  • 0.3 kg of lean pork

  • 0.3 kg of white sausages

  • 0.4 kg of any ham or sausages

  • 10 bay leaves

  • 15 pimento seeds

  • 0.2 kg of prunes

  • salt and pepper



Chop sauerkraut, pour with some water and simmer with pimento, bay leaves and  pepper for about 1.5 hour. Cut pork and fry using half of the fat. Chop the onion and fry using the remaining fat.  Slice sausages and fry  in a frying pan.  Add fried meat, sausages, ham and onions to the cabbage and continue to simmer for an hour until the meat is tender. At the end of cooking add chopped prunes and season with salt, pepper and finely chopped garlic.




Drinks of the month March 2011


Spring vitamin bomb


  • 4 oranges

  • 3 grapefruits

  • 3 lemons

  • 3 teaspoons of honey

  • 2 cloves of garlic (optional)



Squeeze juice out of all fruit. Add 1 teaspoon of honey to each litre of juice. Leave in a cold and dark place for 12 hours. Season with cut garlic (optional).




April 2011


Dish of the month


Easter cake ”Babka” (“Grandma”)


  • 4 eggs

  • 200g butter

  • 160g sugar

  • 240g potato flour

  • 80g wheat flour

  • 1,5 teaspoon baking powder

  • flavor- vanilla or any other



Blend eggs and sugar. Add both kinds of flour, baking powder and flavor. Add melted butter. Blend well. Pour into a baking mould. Bake for 35-45 minutes (temperature 190 degrees). If you want to get marble cake, take part of the dough, add 2 spoons of cocoa, blend and put it on the top of the rest of dough.




Drinks of the month April 2011


Spring juice


  • 5 carrots

  • 2 bananas

  • 1 orange



Squeeze some orange juice. Prepare some carrot juice in a juice extractor. Put both kinds of juice into a blender and add bananas. Blend. Ready!





May 2011


Dish of the month


Cream of broccoli soup


  • 750 g of broccoli

  • 250g tortellini with meat

  • 150 g of cream processed cheese

  • 1/4 l of full-fat milk

  • 3 spoons of oil

  • 1 spoon of instant bouillon

  • 1 spoon of potato flour

  • salt

  • white pepper



Divide broccoli into pieces and cook. Add bouillon and cook for about 8 minutes. Leave a few pieces of broccoli to garnish the soup. Fry tortellini for a few minutes, add some water and cook for 1-2 minutes.

Blend broccoli and cook. Add cheese and cook until it melts completely. Mix the flour with milk and add to the soup. Cook for 1 minute. Season with salt and pepper. Add tortellini and garnish with some broccoli pieces.





Drinks of the month May 2011


Banana milkshake


  • 2 bananas

  • 1 glass of milk

  • vanilla sugar

  • 1 glass of ice (cubes)



Crush the ice and add vanilla sugar. Slice bananas and blend them. Add milk and ice. Mix.




June 2011


Dish of the month


Cannelloni with spinach



  • 1 packet of cannelloni (250g)

  • 250 g mascarpone cheese

  • 400 g frozen spinach

  • 2 cloves of garlic

  • 2 eggs

  • salt

  • pepper

  • nutmeg

  • Parmesan cheese

  • 1 tablespoon of butter

 Bechamel sauce:

  • 1 tablespoon of butter

  • 1 tablespoon of flour

  • 300 ml milk

  • 1 cloves of garlic

  • salt

  • pepper

  • nutmeg



Defrost spinach. Melt butter on a frying pan. Add spinach and stew for a few minutes. Add crushed garlic and mascarpone cheese. Season and add whisked eggs. Stir for a few minutes. Cool it down.

Melt butter in a sauce pan, add crushed garlic and flour, mix. Add cold milk and bring to the boil, stiring all the time. Season with salt, pepper and nutmeg.

Grease a heat-proof dish. Stuff cannelloni with the filling and put into the dish. Pour with béchamel sauce and sprinkle with Parmesan cheese. Put it into a heated oven and bake for 30-40 minutes in 200o.




Drinks of the month June 2011


Chocolate and mint cocktail


  • powder chocolate- 4 tablespoons

  • 2 glasses of milk

  • 150 ml yoghurt

  • ½ teaspoon mint essence

  •  chocolate ice- cream or/ and a mint leaf to decorate


Put 4 tablespoons of powder chocolate into a sauce pan. Add ½ glass of milk. Heat. When it starts to boil, remove from the cooker. Add 1,5 glasses of milk. Stir well. Add yoghurt and mint essence, stir again.

Pour it into glasses. Garnish with ice- cream or a mint leaf.