There are many ways to experience enjoyment. Take the warmth and lively flames of our ebios-fire® fireplaces – or enjoy a delicious meal and drink, served in beautiful tableware.
Fresh, balanced food, a fine wine and stimulating conversations are what turns a meal into a social experience which nourishes not just the body, but the soul. This is the true meaning of “soul food”!
... is the new black, after all. This designer silverware set by Gense, designed by Monica Förster, proves as much. After silver, gold and copper, black has become the new trend colour for kitchens, not just for appliances, but also for tableware. Contrasting beautifully with rustic earthenware, it truly draws the eye.
Earthenware is at the height of fashion. Its somewhat rustic appearance is simple and timeless, while its colours follow the latest trends. This bowl “Lake” by Housedoctor has just the right look to fit seamlessly into any space.
Thanks to its glazing, every bowl is one of a kind. Whether you decide to fill it with a dip or a rich Buddha bowl, “Lake” creates a welcoming atmosphere, perfect for sitting back and relaxing. It’s the ideal vessel for soul food!
Rosé Saigner 2018 of the Palatinate wine-growing region is both hearty and fruity. Notes of blackberry, raspberry and blackcurrant characterise this delicious mixture of St. Laurent, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir. A fruity reminiscence of summer, this wine is perfect for balmy evenings spent outdoors or autumn and winter nights curled up by a blazing fire.
Markus Schneider 2018 Rosé Saigner Dry, Germany, Palatinate
Ingredients for 2 people
2 pieces of salmon fillet, approx. 150 g per piece
1 tablespoon of liquid honey
4 tablespoons of lime juice
1⁄4 teaspoon of salt
A generous pinch of chilli powder A pinch of pepper
Mix the honey, chilli powder, salt and pepper and stir to make a marinade. Wash and pat dry the salmon, then coat it with the honey marinade. Heat butter in a pan, fry the salmon in the pan for approx. 2 minutes on each side. Sprinkle with the remaining lime juice. Serve on a plate with a fresh salad. The dish tastes great with baguette.
This trend takes its name from the delicious ingredients forming a bulging mountain in a bowl, almost like a round Buddha’s belly. The ingredients are anything you fancy, ideally some of everything:
Pulses or quinoa, complex carbohydrates, for instance whole wheat pasta, rice or sweet potatoes and, of course, crisp vegetables like carrots, bell peppers, tomatoes and more. Last but not least, healthy fats like those in avocados or nuts turn a Buddha bowl into a healthy, balanced meal.
A fine wine is not something you just drink. It’s something you take your time to enjoy. To add to the enjoyment, serve it in a unique glass that masterfully represents the balance of Bohemian style and modern classics - such as the inimitable “Spectra” glass by Housedoctor. This Danish design company is regarded as an insiders’ tip among German interior design specialists. It’s well worth a look: