Sure we can manage another asparagus recipe before the season is over? Today there will be deep-fried croquettes with white asparagus!
I’m just saying. Green asparagus and new potatoes. In one sentence and in one dish. Simple and without much extras going on. Just delicious and perfect in season.
Summer, sun and lazy days! No, we’re not really there yet but luckily, this Spanish tortilla with caponata can be eaten all year long. However, everything seems to taste just a little bit better with sun in your eyes…
A few days ago, I finally got up and made my own pickled lemons but now I had to wait a whooooooole month before they are ready. Impatient as I am, I came up with an intermediate solution until I get to open my beautiful pots. Today I make a salty lemon chutney!
Next time you want something quick, delicious and filling, do me a favor and make crisp rösti with carrots. It’s just so finger lickin’ good!
Time for some inspiration for what to put on the sandwich! Today I have prepared a goat cheese* but without the goat milk or the rennet. Fantastic on a sandwich just plain or with some topping like fresh onion, apple or cucumber. It also works perfect for browning in the oven, just like the “chevre chaude”.
Most often you probably buy an already made tofu but you can also make it yourself, either from scratch from soybeans or as today a homemade tofu made from soy milk. You can quickly make it and can replace both mozzarella and cottage cheese with it.
In the winter months we can at last plan some intense dates with old acquaintances like cabbage, root vegetables and onions. Vegetables that were made to be enjoyed right now! Today I therefore invite you to the kitchen to make caramelized onions with date syrup.
Last year I wrote about the tastebud preserved lemons. At that time I also wrote that it worked just as good with purchased preserved lemons too. I regret it intensely. After having a taste of my friend Micheline homemade preserved lemons I know better.
Today you’ll find a rich mushroom tapenade with both fresh and dried mushrooms in the blog-bowl. Filled with lots of flavors and made to brighten up your dinner, light warm winter bonfires in your friend’s eye and make you feel like you just won the lottery. Mushroom tapenade is the thing!