Sorry, I can only deal badly with rhetorical questions. I start again:

The shimmering thing that can happen to a “January Fitness Ramadan” blogger is that Katie Quinn Davies is releasing a new cookbook. Because the Australian food blogger has wrapped me around BEFORE the publication of her first cookbook “What Katie Ate” – here the Hey Pretty blog post about her raspberry friands (divine! GODLY) – and here is the review of the first volume, the last summer appeared.

The stupid Katie did not seem to have rested on her laurels and chilled a bit in her beach house in Sydney, but went on a journey and has now put an estimated 170,000 calories in great shape with new recipes!

Katie Quinn Davies: “What Katie Ate At the Weekend” , new in Umschau Verlag, 37.90 francs

What Katie Ate at the Weekend, Review by Hey Pretty

Atmospheric, really with tulips and all, gä? I’m so talented.

But the food photographer makes me completely exhausted with “culinary ideas from Downtown New York, from the green island of Ireland or from Bella Italia” – all recipes that are perfect for a leisurely brunch, (healthy) lunch and great food Dinner party.

EASY ON THE WEEKEND, GALL. These are not Wednesday recipes. BUT, YOU ARE!

We’ll take a bite, okay?

What Katie Ate at the Weekend, Review by Hey Pretty (Image Copyright: Katie Quinn Davies, Umschau Verlag)

Okay, I’m still holding out.

What Katie Ate at the Weekend, Review by Hey Pretty (Image Copyright: Katie Quinn Davies, Umschau Verlag)

Yum. Nice pictures from the market. Totally diet-compatible. Thanks, Katie!

What Katie Ate at the Weekend, corn salad (Image Copyright: Katie Quinn Davies, Umschau Verlag)

Sounds great, or, the salad with corn, black rice and chia seeds?

And I finally have another way to eat my chia seeds than just teaspoonfuls with a glass of water, which is totally feasible but not very tasty.

What Katie Ate at the Weekend, Grissini Stakes (Image Copyright: Katie Quinn Davies, Umschau Verlag)

Okay … with the Wasabi-Grissini with salmon-dip it gets a bit more difficult for me. Scroll quickly …

What Katie Ate at the Weekend, Review by Hey Pretty (Image Copyright: Katie Quinn Davies, Umschau Verlag)

My stomach says: GIMME GIMME GIMME. My eyes say, “Hmmm. the “grilled chicken with lime and herbs” looks pretty healthy. Note, Steffi! »

And then … this happens:

What Katie Ate at the Weekend, Baked Eggs (Image Copyright: Katie Quinn Davies, Umschau Verlag)

And I break down and I have to share this amazing brunch recipe with you brühwarm! Incidentally, if you’ve been looking for the recipe purely for the title, you’ll have to learn: HEY PRETTY IS RIGHT TO DIRECTLY. It’s like men who are really good at bed. It’s never the same thing!

Baked eggs in sour cream shortcrust pastry tartlets – slightly modified from “What Katie Ate At the Weekend”

Ingredients for 8 pieces:

  • 2 selected puff pastries (25 x 25cm)
  • 2 Table spoons of milk
  • 2 organic egg yolks
  • 8 thin slices of Italian cured ham (fine: Parma ham), halved lengthwise
  • 8 organic eggs
  • 100g grated Gruyère, plus little to serve
  • white truffle oil (optional), fine chives and freshly ground colored pepper to serve

Preparation:

Preheat the oven to 180 ° Celsius with circulating air (without circulating air: 200 degrees – remark Steffi, who made it that way!) And grease eight wells of a 12mm muffin tray.

Cut the dough into eight 12cm squares and line the hollows of the muffin tray. In doing so, fold the dough to form small jagged tartlets. Always model overlapping pieces of dough so that the dough is as even as possible at all points. Evenly stab floors with a fork.

Whisk the milk with the egg yolk and sprinkle the tartlets with this mixture. Line each top of the dough with two thin strips of ham, then beat one egg into each tartlet and sprinkle the cheese over it. Bake for 12 to 15 minutes until the dough is golden yellow and the egg stalls. Let cool slightly in the mold, then remove and serve with a few drops of truffle oil (if desired), some chives and garnished with freshly ground pepper. Sprinkle with grated cheese as desired.

Et voila:

What Katie Ate at the Weekend, Baked Eggs (Image Copyright: Katie Quinn Davies, Umschau Verlag)

KATIE, I HATE YOU JUST A LITTLE BITZELI.

But there’s no end to it, darling … I’m still tormenting you wonderfully because I suspect that you need the pain so chilly Fifty Shades-wise.

Gugg, Katie was in Italy:

What Katie Ate at the Weekend, Review by Hey Pretty (Image Copyright: Katie Quinn Davies, Umschau Verlag)

… Katie also finds the most photogenic tomatoes in the world:

What Katie Ate at the Weekend, Review by Hey Pretty (Image Copyright: Katie Quinn Davies, Umschau Verlag)

… and even makes a bowl of strawberries look like I need to cut her off soon to get it:

What Katie Ate at the Weekend, Review by Hey Pretty (Image Copyright: Katie Quinn Davies, Umschau Verlag)

… but I do not do that because I’m not crazy, just hungry.

Speaking of hands:

My manicure in these pictures is  La Roche Posay Silicon in Rose Lavande, with Accent Nail Top Coat Lancome Vernis in Love in Illuminations –  a cool golden shimmer that dries matt. He’s from the Holiday 2014 collection and pretty sure still available, tra la la!

La Roche Posay Silicon and Lancome Manicure, Hey Pretty

Do you see?

After all, we still manage to enjoy pictures we do not want to feed right away. SCORE! And I’m going to take a spoonful of chia seeds and plan a Katie brunch. So in the beginning of June or something.

En Guete and Happy Wednesday, sweetie!

The cookbook “What Katie Ate At the Weekend” by Katie Quinn Davies (Umschau Verlag) is now available in bookstores for 37.90 francs, including here . Instant gratification is on her blog www.whatkatieate.com

What Katie Ate at the Weekend, Review by Hey Pretty (Image Copyright: Katie Quinn Davies, Umschau Verlag)