Hi, it’s me again 😉
This time from a new kitchen and a new city, with a new recipe for my new favorite: puff pastry breakfast waffles!!
For a long time now I was planning to use my waffle maker for other things than just the
– Click here for this recipe in Dutch -> Boerenkool met worst quiche –
Sometimes you have to wait a little, but then you get a great reward! In this case the recipe for an amazing kale and sausage quiche!
– Click here for this recipe in Dutch -> Gevulde sojasaus eieren –
Soy sauce deviled eggs
This recipe may or may not be accidentally on time for Easter 😉 Because who doesn’t know them, the deviled eggs? In the Netherlands we call them
– Click here for this recipe in Dutch -> Kikkererwten komijn salade met bacon –
Chickpea cumin salad with bacon
Nowadays there is a lot needed to get me into blogging again. Life with a 9 month old baby is very busy, our week is filled with swimming lessons, mommy & me class, playdates, physical therapy and of course just housekeeping, grocery shopping and cooking. I am especially keeping myself occupied to create recipes for a baby which I prefer to serve unprocessed foods, rather than to create recipes for adults. Let alone testing, writing and photographing such a recipe.
In other words: it’s not so easy
– Click here for this recipe in Dutch -> Spruitjesstamppot met gepofte knoflook en mosterd –
These past weeks I like to go to the Farmers Market on Sundays. Leaving the house quite early (for a Sunday, and especially for us), taking the baby in the stroller and have breakfast at the market itself. And buy fruit and vegetables for the coming week of course. Always following the seasonal offerings. After buying the vegetables it’s time to meal plan for the week and go out for the rest of the groceries.
And almost every week I buy a bag of
– Click here for this recipe in Dutch -> Perfecte Dutch baby pancake –
This is not the first time that I’m writing about that glorious American oven pancake they’ve called ‘Dutch baby pancake’. In fact, I even shared recipes for Dutch baby pancake with blueberries and a chocolate Dutch baby pancake with strawberries before.
Well I don’t need to tell you anymore that this pancake has nothing to do with Dutch (a.k.a. the Netherlands). Because ‘we Dutch people’ don’t come up
– Click here for this recipe in Dutch -> Poke bowl met tonijn –
Lately I am trying hard to catch up on all the raw fish I couldn’t eat for nine months. I eat pounds of raw fish weekly, in the form of sushi but preferably in the form of a poke bowl.
Poke is pronounced as Poh-kee, and it’s a
– Click here for this recipe in Dutch -> Kaasbroodjes –
When you’re living abroad for a longer period of time, you are going to miss the most crazy things from your home country.
For me, this took about 1.5 to 2 years. It obviously was related to the fact that I was pregnant at the time. I had a sudden need for eating food from the ‘old days’! And all this while Dutch food at all is not
I love desserts but I try not to eat anything after dinner. Until I got pregnant… My Sweet Tooth took over again so after dinner I always had to take a small dessert. In the beginning I ate lots of those small mochi ice creams, a small scoop of ice cream in a mochi sheet. So delicious! And just enough to satisfy my sweet cravings!
But then I discovered