A traditional recipe to fight the arctic temperatures. It pairs well with duck and pheasant, with potato gratin, gnocchi and mashed potatoes. Or simply on its own, just the buttery cabbage with the sweet aromatic apple. Flemish red cabbage 1 red cabbage 2 tablespoons aceto balsamico salt and pepper 2 generous tablespoons soft butter to spread onto the pan 2 apples a heavy pan with a heavy , well closing lid. Preheat the oven to 150°C. Quarter the cabbage, […]
A German surprise package traditionally filled with pieces of dill pickle, mustard and thinly sliced bacon. The tart flavour of mustard and dill pickle is a must, but to complete the filling I prefer thinly sliced vegetables like carrots, onions and bell pepper to bacon. . Beef Roulades for the roulades: 6 pieces of boneless beef round (pounded) 6 teaspoons Dijon mustard 6 dill pickles (sliced lengthwise) 1 big white onion (cut in thin wedges) 1 red bell pepper (cut in thin strips) […]
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Yotam Ottolenghi’s cookbook Plenty More and the filters of VSCOcam : two things I enjoyed spending time with during the Christmas holidays . The hot and sour mushroom soup, photographed with the VSCOcam app in F3 filter, is a little taster for you. My family loved both of it! Hot and sour mushroom soup (slightly adapted) (serves six) 1 tbs sunflower oil 3 small onions (roughly chopped) 3 medium carrots (peeled and sliced) 6 celery staks […]
I had a flu. Runny nose, sore throat, cough and fever. So instead of throwing myself into the planned spring detox and sports in the (supposed) sunshine I’m spending my days lazily on the sofa, recovering, drinking hot English tea and trying to motivate myself to breathe the snowy air outside my warm cocoon not only for shovelling snow. Snowboots and ski pants on, camera hidden under the parka I bravely headed into the forest. […]
The kitchen in progress is constantly on my mind: walls down- done, new window – done, walls – painted. The next step on the list is the wooden floor. To balance out my excitement and stress of being the construction supervisor I went on a stroll today capturing the wintery vibes. Insider: Professor Remus Lupin’s transformation….