Back on track

My week in Rome was intense. I met so many ‘real’ people. I need some time to disconnect. So, what did I do today? Painting some cupboards, trying to get a clear time schedule for the following weeks because I count on cooking in my new kitchen on the 15th of August. Cut 600 grams … More Back on track

A blog break

Tomorrow I leave for an intensive training, in the framework of the master course, to Rome. Everyone seems very excited but I still have my doubts, especially because the renovations will continue, and I would have preferred to be around. What we will eat during that week is up to Iris who will be responsible … More A blog break

Capres

Capres are in fact unopened flower buds of the Capparis spinosa. To conserve them they can be put on salt or in vinegar. Rinse 500 grams of cherry tomatoes. Halve them. Put in an oven dish. Add 4 chopped garlic cloves, a handful of chopped fresh basil, 1 chili, 3 table spoons of chopped drained … More Capres

Little tuna balls

Canned tuna can be really yucky ( even worse than cat food) or incredible yummy. It helps to see that it still is tuna. The Italians eat a lot of good quality canned tuna and buy often those huge vases filled with chunks of tasty tuna commonly with olive oil. This olive oil adds to … More Little tuna balls