Polenta, mushrooms and chickenbreast with truffle and pecorino, real Italy

Po-lenta, from the Po area, was originally food for poor people. Polenta is made from corn which Colombus took to Spain. You can eat it as a kind of puree, rather boring, or you can use it in a more creative way. A famous brand for polenta is Valsugana. They have already a variety based … More Polenta, mushrooms and chickenbreast with truffle and pecorino, real Italy


Although I’m impatientely waiting for the new Delicous magazine, the edition of September has still attractive recipes to try out. Ottolenghi learned me how to mix ingredients for an awesome salad, the fattoush. The recipe of today combines that wonderful salad with a green pea humus and shrimps, great! For 2p, blanch 450 grams of … More Fattoush

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

Photogenic dishes

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