Did you ever wanted to be free?
Sit on the top of a mountain, feel the wind brushing throw your hair,
And hear the nature wispering in your ear. That`s freedom.
Freedom is a unique feeling and quite expensive. But what the most don`t know,
Freedom you can not buy with money, yeah sounds unbelievable, but with money you cannot buy everything. Money is a help, but not the solution.
I want this freedom feeling back.
For me there`s one place on holy earth, where i got this feeling. It`s on a small island, on bin`s between flowers. Know that sounds strange, but is the truth. This island is my second home, the home where i must not think about what the other think of my acting. I can act like i want. I feel safe and I can ride with a bicycle throw the nature, see the beach, feel the sand between my toes and mostly important feel free.
I founded this old writing piece of me, and thought posting it would be the only solution for not forgeting it.
Cool song from some Berlin guys, who come from America, Italy and England.
It has some kind of flair, in my opinion.
-125g butter (room temperature)
-100g white sugar
-1 parcel (~8g) vanilla sugar
-115g brown sugar (demerera)
-260g wheat flour
-1,5 teaspoons baking powder (sodium bicarbonate)
-1/4 (quater) teaspoon salt
-200g dark chocolate (chopped)
Preheat the oven on 160°Celsius top and bottom heat ( 145°Celsius fan oven) . Prepare approximately three backing tins with baking paper.
Put the butter, white sugar, vanilla sugar and brown sugar into a bowl and mix it with a hand mixer into a light dough.
Now put the eggs into the bowl and mix again.
Afterwards, put the wheat flower, the backing powder and the salt into the bowl and mix in between.
Then chop the chocolate into narrow pieces and fold them in the dough.
Now form tablespoon big balls of dough (if you make your hands wet it’s easier) and put them with enough space from eachother on the baking tins and press the balls into flat circles.
Place the backing tins now in the oven, with fan oven all at once, with top bottom heat all after each other (takes three times as much time), and bake them 18-22 minutes. If you want your cookies crispy let them a bit longer in the oven.
Afterwards put them out, leave them 2 minutes to cool down, and then put them on a grid, or a plate.
But most importantly, eat some of them when they’re still warm!
Enjoy your chocolate cookies!