Cosy cooking

Cooking for 2p is cosy, but, you know, I really would look forward to cook for at least 10p. Anyway, this recipe is a simple and healthy combination, inspired by Bill Grainger. Boil 120 grams of barley al dente in salted water. Mix 1 sliced onion, 4 chopped garlic cloves, 500 grams of halved cherry … More Cosy cooking

Easy lasagna

Lasagna is considered to be comfort food. It’s challenging to find less rich versions without questioning the flavor.Defrost 400 grams of spinach. Drain. Mix with 250 grams of ricotta, 2 teaspoons of dried thyme, pepper, salt and nutmeg.Chop and fry 4 garlic cloves and 1 red onion in a drizzle of olive oil. Add 500 … More Easy lasagna

Mac ‘n Cheese

Tonight we try to ignore certain ‘creatures’ (I’m normally quite a apolitical person) by enjoying an American favorite on your plate. For 2p, you need 600 grams of chopped and rinsed leek, 4 chopped garlic cloves, 40 grams of grated emmental (gruyere would have been better) cheese, 1 mozzarella of 200grams, 200 ml of cream … More Mac ‘n Cheese

Pretty, tasty and veggie

The visual aspect of a meal is not as important as the taste, but still. Taking a picture of home cooked meals helps to realize how outlook can help to improve judgment😉. The following recipe is really pretty and also tasty. PS thanks Libelle Lekker magazine. For 2p, buy 500 grams of mushrooms ( one … More Pretty, tasty and veggie

Fresh swordfish

As you know, usually I prepare fish on the day that I go to the supermarket. Swordfish is the lucky (or is it the opposite?)one today. Put 600 grams of halved, different varieties today, of cherry tomatoes on an oven tray covered with baking paper. Spread pepper, salt, 1 table spoon of dried thyme and … More Fresh swordfish

And still, I’m not starting my own kitchen garden

I love to have super fresh vegetables, covered with ground and small animals, as protagonists in the daily meal. I love to work in the garden on sunny days as today. I’m rather convinced I will not consider a real kitchen garden. The full basket with fresh seasonal vegetables as swiss chard, Jerusalem artichokes, cabbages … More And still, I’m not starting my own kitchen garden