asparagus Asparagus season is upon us! Traditionally the season starts (in The Netherlands that is) at the second thursday of april and ends at 24th of june. A warm spring will ensure that the asparagus are stocked from the end of march. Another reason to love spring time! Harvest The asparagus beds you can see […]
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Making your own spice mixes is so much more delicious than using store-bought mixes, only spices without all kinds of artifical additives and too much salt. With a cabinet filled with spices, you can spice up all your dishes. You can vary endless, try it yourself and you’ll never want to go for store-bought again! […]
Cajun spice mix can be bought in most supermarkets, but we bet you have most or all of the ingredients already in your pantry. You can buy and store dried herbs easily, most herbs are already fine enough. In any other case you can use a mortar and pestle to grind the herbs a bit […]
You have probably seen a lot of Limburger pies lately. So what does make something a pie and not a cake? Limburger pies are baked as a whole. This means that it’s not a real traditional Limburger pie when ingredients are added afterwards.
Earlier we wrote about nasi goreng spice mix, how easy it is to make your own. There isn’t an enormous difference between the two spice mixes, so you can use them for nasi and/or bami. We tried to figure out the theoretical difference, but without success. So this difference is more an opinion than a fact. Ingredients […]
Mostly you are used to buying store-bought custard, probably because you don’t know how super easy it is to make it from scratch. And also, if you have ever tried home-made custard you never want store-bought again! All you need is a couple of ingredients and about the same amount of time to make it […]
Every year lots of people in my neighborhood talk about how fun, but also very stressful Christmas actually is. Since I was 18 years old, I was working in restaurant kitchens during the Holidays to create an unforgettable evening. For those people who prefer to not cook for themselves during Christmas, this is the first […]
Ingredients 2 Chinese cabbages 2 red chili peppers 20 radishes 1 garlic bulb 5 spring onions Large piece of fresh ginger Sugar Salt Water Kitchen equipment needed Stone sauerkraut jar Chefs knife Large cutting board Blender Vegetable peeler or tablespoon Preparation — 15 minutes WASH the Chinese cabbages, spring onions, radishes and red chili peppers. […]
Buying any kind of spice mixes in the supermarket is very tempting at some times. But it’s super easy and tastier to create your own! Especially when you already got a cabinet filled with all kinds of spices. And if you don’t got them already, there are a lot of other kinds of recipes you can use all […]
Ingredients 2 large green cabbage 1 dl vinegar per kilogram green cabbage (not pictured) 20 gram salt per kilogram green cabbage Black pepper Kitchen equipment needed 3 liter+ sauerkraut jar This is a ceramic jar with weights in it and has an airlock. Check out the pictures to see what this jar looks like. Mandoline […]
Jun tea is a traditional fermented tea made with green or white tea and honey. Everyone knows about kombucha, but Jun is still relatively rare and unknown. There are some stores that sell Jun cultures online, or you can get one from someone who may gift you a daughter culture. We received our Jun culture from […]
Vegetarians are notoriously picky when it comes to their food. This makes sense, of course, given the fact that many vegetarians have allergy issues or their bodies have adjusted to eating certain types of food. To put it simply, one cannot just begin eating bacon after taking years off from eating meat.