The Next Generation: A New Savorychick Is Born

by Anja

Well, in the last few months I wasn’t only cooking in my kitchen – there has been something else cooking…

After a relatively easy pregnancy without too many strange cravings, but a few rather tough dietary restraints (no sushi, no wine, no beef medium rare, just to name a few), the prize for these culinary limiting months finally arrived: our new savorychick Julie Lo. I am proud to report that she’s been eating really well from day one, so I am sure we’ll have her grow into a true savorychick loving food as much as we do.


  1. before long, julie will be following you into the kitchen and learning all your moves. how exciting! happy feasting and cooking in the years to come with your little angel, Anja!

  2. how wonderful it is to see our brand new savorychick member on our website!!! thanks for the introducing julie lo to our readers! :)

  3. Karin from ErlenbachJune 03, 2010

    Dear Anja
    Pleased to read that Julie Lo is doing great!
    Found this variation of pesto recipe that I hadn't heard of:
    1 handfull of rose petals (organic of course)
    1 handfull of basil leaves
    1 clove of garlic, 3 table spoons of pecorino cheese, Pine nuts, 1dl olive oil, 2 tea spoons of Rose water!
    This sounds yummy - will now be looking for non - sprayed or artificially manured roses... That's the challenge!
    Big hug Karin R.

  4. Wow, that sounds interesting! Will give it a try! Thanks, Karin!! If you get a chance to try it yourself - let us know how it turned out!

  5. Rose petals along with rose water in pesto, very exotic. Next time I make pesto, I could drizzle a few drops of rose water in and see how it turns out.


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