Sashimi as starter

If I would have the choose between a main dish or starter, I will surely take a starter, or a few starters instead of a starter and main dish ;-). Simple and pure, although not ideal for my ecological footprint, is carpaccio or sashimi of raw salmon and tuna. For 2p 100 grams of each … More Sashimi as starter

Lunch in the shade

The following days will be hot. Our Belgian guests are already getting used to that kind of weather. A fresh lunch outside is a nice welcome to old friends. A green cold soup (cfr blogpost Green gazpacho), a cold pasta salad, a simple green salad, a simple caprese (tomato, mozzarella and fresh basil) and some … More Lunch in the shade

Coriander harvest

The less I try, the better it grows! I’m more and more convinced that ‘real gardening’ is not my thing. Although it must be awesome to go to your kitchen garden and collect what you want to prepare. For 2p chop and fry 300 grams of chicken filet in a drizzle of sunflower oil. Remove … More Coriander harvest

Sometimes, I just ‘throw’ the food in the oven

Cooking is not always time consuming, and doesn’t have to be elegant to be healthy and tasty. Marinate chopped chicken in olive oil, lemon juice, pepper and salt. Chop sweet potatoes, eggplant, courgettes, mushrooms, tomatoes, onion, garlic. Add a few stems of fresh rosemary, olive oil and put everything on baking paper in the oven … More Sometimes, I just ‘throw’ the food in the oven

Pure Italian food

Italians cannot survive without pasta. The choice of whole grain pasta is gradually becoming more extensive. For 3p, chop and fry 500 grams of fresh onion and 4 garlic gloves in some olive oil. Add  100 ml of white wine. Allow the wine to evaporate. Add some water and 8 anchovies filets of good quality. … More Pure Italian food