Are you ready for an easy alternative to sushi and a boss ass lunch idea? In one brilliant recipe? I love sushi, but sometimes it’s just too filigree and time consuming. Instead I’m showing you how to fill and fold sushi sandwiches along with some amazing onigirazu filling ideas.
Sometimes you make a recipe draft and fall in love with it right from the beginning. This just happened to me with this garlic fried penne pasta with olives, dried tomatoes, capers, walnuts and fresh rocket salad. My bf Grimm announced this dish as his new favourite food right away. And I have to admit […]
Well, sometimes your private life just kicks in at the busiest time of the year, and just doesn’t give a shit that you planned to publish your Christmas dinner in the beginning of December. Instead I now have a last minute Christmas quickie for you shortly before Christmas Eve.
What was that again? The best dishes are created out of desperation and improvisation. At least that’s the case for me. Those chanterelle & scrambled egg sandwiches wouldn’t exist had I done my groceries deliberately.
The last Christmas Cookies are eaten up, the Banana Bread was run off long ago – so there’s nothing in the way of light and delicious recipes. For this purpose I’m continuing with my Project ‘From my Fridge’ – finally. I love to cook spontaneously with whatever is left in my fridge and therewith I’d […]
I had a realisation. Today was food revolution day and I was watching all those amazing chefs around the world creating healthy and fun recipes.They were so simple yet delicious and I realised that lately I’m concentrating too much on how I can make the most creative and awesome recipes in order to be able to […]
Hi everybody! Here’s my belated second Easter recipe for you (Easter 2017 for the win :D). And I’m not exaggerating when I tell you, this is da shit! Listen up: A vegan quiche with green asparagus, scallions, wild garlic and dried tomatoes. This was the first quiche I’ve ever prepared by myself and I succeeded […]