This concept is trying to deal with the fact that restaurants use a shitload of energy on cooking. That is why we created a new way of running a restaurant. From now on the price of the food is based on the amount of energy that has been used to produce it.
We thought is would be interesting if a energy giant like RWE would do something like this to generate possitive awareness.
The Barefoot Contessa's Classic Chicken Noodle soup is the perfect quick meal for those frigid December nights.#3283
Cinnamon Snaps. Reminiscent of an old-fashioned ginger snap. These cookies have the bright bite of cinnamon & a crisp chewy texture.#3277
Candy truffles are always an elegant treat and to offer up some inspiration, here are 5 Tempting Truffle Recipes to share.#3274
Paneer with Cashew, Pomegranate and Sumac : A light no cook salad with the right holiday colors#3270
the kitchn suggests using some Romanesco Broccoli to double as Christmas trees for a fun centerpiece.#3269
Quick Puff Pastry ~ Not Without Salt shares a faster version of the famous pastry dough that uses more cut in cold butter for flakiness rather than lots of separate layers.#3268
USUHARI DAIGINJO CUP - Inspired by the design of light bulbs, this paper-thin glass cup from Japan is as light as air, and comes with a special gift box.#3267
Chocolate Pecan Pie - Baking outside of your comfort zone(or country) is always a challenge, but David Lebovitz comes through.#3266
Spicy Vegetarian Chili ~ Joy the Baker shares a great chili for those coldish California winter nights.#3265
Flour Animation ~ German bakery Lieken Urkorn has made an interesting video by carefully pushing flour around.#3264
Chase away the cold this Holiday season with a steaming mug of fruity, spicy and delicious Russian Tea.#3261
SLOSHED! features an original holiday margarita featuring the flavors of lingonberries and ginger.#3259
Homemade peanut butter cups just got a whole lot better with the addition of Makers Mark Bourbon.#3246