Cook with what you’ve got, not to throw any produce, is one of my (very few!) kitchen rules. Although I can always dump leftovers on my compost pile, to me, that still feels a bit like wasting it. But what … Continue reading →
I don’t know about you guys, but man, I do hate plain plane food. You know, the food they serve you when flying? For years, I’ve been refusing to eat it, getting the looks. But hey, the food I bring … Continue reading →
Although summer will almost be over when this class starts, it’s never too cold to eat salads in the Bay Area. So let’s say hello to healthy, nourishing and full-filling salad style dinners, that are also great as lunch. Like … Continue reading →
When I tell people in my cooking classes that probably the most difficult thing of cooking is to decide what to cook tonight, I’ll get a lot of smiling faces and glances of recognition. Because that IS the hardest part. … Continue reading →
I love you, California. I really do. But you make it damn hard for me to get inspired what to cook for dinner. This sensational salad with fennel, fava beans, goat cheese and crunchy almonds didn’t came easy.
My move to California made me more interested in language than ever before. And not only because I learn about new dishes with funny names. Like a Cobb Salad, we don’t have that one in The Netherlands.
I’m not good at throwing food away. I always have looooots of little pots and cups in my fridge with small amounts of food and halved veggies in my drawer. Next to that cabbage of lettuce that seems to live … Continue reading →
How to keep track of all those recipe(-idea)s you want to try? Finally I found a solution for that, tested it out and made up this (vegan) Lunch spelt salad with cucumber, nori and home made tofu-yogurt.