New cookbooks 🙂

I could have waited until Christmas, but I decided not to 😉. Two lovely cookbooks will inspire me for the following weeks, and probably for much longer. Jamie Oliver and Ottolenghi know how to reinvent themselves and how to stimulate creativity in our daily menu. Let’s open ‘Ottolenghi test kitchen’ first. Leen, one of our … More New cookbooks 🙂

What a team!

Don’t worry, I’m not going to write about soccer, I’m definitely a foodblogger. Oskar, our sweet and energetic one year old puppy, is gifted with many talents. One of his talents is an incredible nose for truffles (and many other less tasty bites). Iris observes him when he’s exploring a certain area of the garden. … More What a team!

Filled portobello

Huge portobellos are only occasionally available in the supermarket. I can’t resist buying them. The target is to experiment with another filling. A lucious burrata of 150 grams is desperate to be used. Mix the burrata with 4 garlic cloves, the stems of the mushrooms, fresh basil, pepper and salt in a blender. Taste, add … More Filled portobello

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