Sometimes you look into the fridge and think there is NOTHING there. Really nothing but maybe some potatoes, some onion and carrots. And then you really have a lot … Today I put the spotlight on the carrot and put it in its correct light.
In the winter, I think you can take bigger and bolder turns with spices in the kitchen. Warm spices are good for a frozen soul! Today I decided to make a homemade tandoori spice blend, a spice mixture that has its origins in the Indian, Pakistani and Afghan cuisine.
Just when you thought the summer began to run out, I turn up with a summer-like virgin mango Bellini! Easy to make and filled with taste.
Today, I review the book De Yoga Kitchen (Original title The Yoga Kitchen) by Kimberly Parsons. From the book I also make a really nice apple icecream with warm spices!
Did anyone whisper a word about coming winter holidays? Maybe filled with outdoor activities? Did someone mentioned children (or grownups) with red cheeks and tired legs? Time to serve stacked pancakes with ginger filling and twisted apple!
When visiting Sweden and Denmark for Christmas, I found small bottles with a ginger shot for sale everywhere. So fresh, and quickly I became a major consumer! Once back in Holland again, I missed my shots and decided to fix because my own. Today I therefore offer you a delicious ginger and lemon shot!
This Christmas bread contains all the classic Swedish taste of christmas. Cloves, bitter orange, ginger and cumin provides a wonderful aroma and flavor that immediately takes me back to my childhood Christmases. Enjoy it with simple accessories like butter and a creamy, mild cheese so that al the spices can flourish on their own.
Autumn, bright colors and high air! Each season really has its charms. Today you get a simple recipe for a real power juice with fresh fennel and ginger. Maybe it even can defeat possible colds and other evil bacillaries that comes your way?