A blank page.
A blinking cursor.
That was what I was staring at for quite a while when I sat down for a blog post a few weeks ago.
I had no clue what to write about or what recipe to share.
But here it is! Seven tips for more creativity in the kitchen and a recipe for Roasted sticky leeks. Continue reading “7 Tips for more creativity in the kitchen: Roasted Sticky Leeks“
It had to try that recipe.
So I took the idea and made this Roasted Napa cabbage with tomato sauce.
>> Let me tell you how
Put in the corner. And a bit ashamed about that. That’s how I felt.
But I didn’t grumble long about it. Took it as a lesson and celebrated my new knowledge with this recipe for In paper steamed Halibut with watercress sauce.
>> Want to know what I learned?
If I don’t know what to cook, I usually end up stirring some risotto. This recipe risotto with fennel and roasted tomatoes is one of my favorites.
. >> Here’s how I make it!
This illustration of carrots was the first I made, and finally have a recipe to use it with. It’s a lovely Summer-ly Buckwheat salad with peach and roasted carrots.
>> Let me show you how to make it!
Can you call any cooking task a bother? I’ve been thinking about it, but I can’t. Not even when involves a lot of garlic and dirty hands. Simply because roasting garlic is easy and provides you with a great condiment with lots of possibilities to use.
>> Let me show you!