At the beggining of June, I flew back to the UK for my graduation. It was so nice to see my classmates after finishing the course about one year ago. I also took the chance to see my good friend Anna in London, who also just finished her degree. We went to an interesting restaurant in Hackney called Bistrotheque, where we had a great and cheerful night. This was also the first time I had chocolate cake with crème fraîche.
Why not start the weekend with a fruity little treat? I fell in love with red currants lately and they had super fresh ones at the market yesterday.
I found this recipe in a magazine. For the red currant crumble, the red currants are mixed with minced almonds and honey, which compensates the soureness of the fruits. It is very nice to eat the red current crumble hot – directly out of the oven together with some plain yoghurt.
What you need for four people:
I was so happy to find out that one of my favourite food brands is now available in Germany: Gü!
I fell in love with Gü Puds when I was living in the UK. They have super high-quality mousses, soufflés, cheesecakes and so on. Their chocolate prodoucts are pure indulgence and the little desserts come in tiny glasses.