Harira

Certain people bet for money, other people for soup. One of those crazy soup-lovers is my mother in law who is one of our visitors. Harira is the typical soup during the Ramadan. My version is a vegetarian version. Chop and fry 2 onions and 4 garlic cloves in a drizzle of olive oil for … More Harira

Simple and fabulous

There are still fresh figs to collect. Our guests have never eaten fresh figs, so let’s try to maximize their flavor in an easy starter.Spread some arugula on each dish. Cut a few figs in quarters and spread 4-6 quarters on each plate. Spread some lucious burrata. Season with pepper and salt. Finish with a … More Simple and fabulous

I did it again!

Fennel and gorgonzola, heavenly combination. Yes, I know, I probably did something similar already. Puppy school finishes at 8.30 PM and it’s dark already. Oskar is really doing well, as long as he gets little pieces of wurstel during his training😉. Although those wurstel are perfectly eatable for human beings, I prefer other ingredients. Slice … More I did it again!

Inspired by a paella recipe, I made this one 😅

Cooking for 2p is mostly more difficult than cooking for 4p. Knowing that one of my rules is ‘no waste’ and another rule is variety, I cook the ingredients in a different way. The original paella recipe was based on couscous instead of rice. Instead of considering to reduce the choice of vegetables, I skipped … More Inspired by a paella recipe, I made this one 😅

Marinated tofu

I can’t say that I’m a fan of tofu, but living with Iris who is a vegetarian, I have to pay attention to her balanced diet. Mix 2 chopped garlic cloves, 2 chopped chili, 4 cm of grated ginger, 1 teaspoon of dried lemon grass, 2 table spoons of lemon juice, 1 table spoon of … More Marinated tofu