Before our move to Italy, the original plan was to move to the area of WashingtonDC. We went house hunting and got to know really wonderful people, such as Kathy and Peter, but the gut feeling about moving to US wasn’t right. It took a few weeks before deciding not to go, but Kathy, Peter … More Our US heritage: Kathy and Peter and old bay seasoning.
A huge amount of vegetables is a perfect way to reduce the kcal of a dinner. I can imagine that certain people prefer to see carbs, proteins and vegetables in individual portions on their plate. The readers of my blog already know that DocV prefers the opposite of that cooking style. Anyway in the Delicious.nl … More An impressive amount of vegetables
Salads, in new and traditional combinations, are colorful dishes for every season. Grind 1 teaspoon of roasted cumin seeds, ½ teaspoon of chili flakes and 1 garlic clove in a mortar. Add 3 table spoons of olive oil, the zeste and juice of 1 lime. Taste, add pepper, salt and a bit of honey. For … More Photogenic dishes
Boil 400 grams of frozen large white beans in salted water with a few sage leaves for approx 15 mins. Drain the beans and cool down. Mix in the blender with 1 table spoon of savory, 1 egg, 2 table spoons of bread crumb, pepper and salt. Put the mixture in the fridge to become … More Vegetarian balls
I know, red cabbage is winter food, but eaten as a salad it’s so delicious. For 2p chop 400 grams of red cabbage in a kitchen robot or thinly with a sharp knife. Mix with 1 bunch of radishes, 1 fresh red onion marinated in 3 table spoons of red wine vinegar. Finish with 1 … More Red is my favorite color
I find a lovely recipe in the magazine of the local supermarket. No carbs today, but enough proteins and vegetables in this ‘timballo di quinoa ai finocchi’. Boil 120 grams of quinoa (I had some red one) in 300 ml of vegetal stock and 1 table spoon of dried thyme for 12-15 mins. Chop and … More Timbale with fennel and quinoa