Puree?

I’m not really a fan of puree. In my years of working in a hospital the classical side dish was often puree, every day a different color. It’s possible that in the future this way of preparing food will have to become my favorite, but as long as I have teeth I prefer to use … More Puree?

North Sea shrimps in a ‘decomposed croquette version’ ;-)

Prepare a white bechamel sauce with 250 ml of semi skimmed milk and 250 ml of home made fish stock. Season with a ½ of a cube of fish broth, nutmeg, pepper and salt. Add 300 grams of North Sea shrimps and a bit of lemon juice. Boil 4 chopped medium sized potatoes in salted … More North Sea shrimps in a ‘decomposed croquette version’ 😉

Yes, a new delicious magazine in our brand new mail box ;-)

Of course I still can cook even without inspiring recipes, but to prepare something different daily, a monthly magazine is a great source. 1 kilo of fresh mussels and a small piece of tailfish are the healthy proteins for tonight. The recipe can be prepared without carbohydrates, but in this colder season they can give … More Yes, a new delicious magazine in our brand new mail box 😉

Cod in a crispy coat

‘My’ supermarket is having a complete make-over. This week ‘my’ fishmonger is temporarely gone and the fish is prepacked and  installed in fridges. It looks less attractive, but still super fresh and really clean. So I buy cod filet for today, vacuum packed shells for tomorrow and deepfrozen sea fruit for Iris’ top recipe (which … More Cod in a crispy coat

Sweet potatoes

Today I did my shopping for the following days, and a lovely fish (doesn’ look that lovely, but is delicious) is the most important ingredient. I was lucky to find 500 grams of white sweet potatoes. Clean the potatoes, cut in similar wedges. Put the wedges on baking paper. Add a drizzle of olive oil. … More Sweet potatoes