We’ve chosen a tapas night menu for our second themed recipe page. You can check out the first one here: 5 Irresistible oriental recipes. This recipe roundup contains recipes for a great tapas night. You can click on each image to look at the recipe. Let’s get started! 1. Sweet corn cookies Lovely side dish or […]
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Homemade stock will give all your dishes a lot of extra flavor. It’s a great way to empty your crisper drawer of your fridge. If you freeze them in small portions, you got some stock ready for any occasion! We put up 5 essential stocks you should master. Give them all a try and we […]
Spring has officially begun, ow yeah! We really love spring; being outside more, getting our garden ready and well.. we have a garden full of edible plants such as lettuce, radishes, strawberries, basil and so on. Eating lighter food outside, who wouldn’t love that? We enjoy salads, as a side or as a main dish. […]
There is probably nothing quite as fulfilling as realizing that you’ve grown as a home chef – from once only being able to create the occasional simple meal for yourself, to being able to prepare full-course dinners for the family. As you continue to develop your skills, your recipe repertoire is sure to grow just […]
Our review of the Flaviar whisky box Just before Christmas we got asked by Flaviar (flaviar.com) to review their whisky box. Being whisky lovers ourselves, we would never say no to that. Let’s get started with a little in-depth information about flaviar so you know what’s going on.
Well, maybe this guide isn’t JUST aimed at FoodGawker. But since FoodGawker is one of the best recipe sharing websites around at this moment of writing, it’s very interesting to learn how you can improve your photos in such a way that they get accepted by them. We’ve compiled a list of 10 tips you […]
Are you ready to start building your own food blog? Let me guess… you really love to cook, read about everything food related and keep talking about food to basically everyone you know? Those people are probably telling you that you should start your own food blog, your very own place on the internet where you can […]
Making your own stocks gives that extra flavor to all your soups, stews, sauces and more. Fish stock is light, but flavorful. It doesn’t need much time like other types of stock do. You only have to let it simmer for 30 minutes, otherwise the stock will taste a bit bitter.
Autumn is coming! If we think about autumn, we think about a season filled with great food. Make a large pan with lovely tasting and smelling mushroom stock to store in your freezer. Mushroom stock is a great starter for a soup, stew, risotto, croquettes filling, sauce and so much more.
We’ve come across this question more than a few times, without a real clear answer most of the times. Let us explain what the main difference is between a pie and a tart.
Bearnaise sauce is amazing with beef, but also with roasted vegetables like green asparagus. The technique is the same as for Hollandaise sauce, starting with a gastrique and made silky smooth with egg yolks and clarified butter.
Do you have a cabinet full of spices too? We certainly have, even though we only try to buy “basic” spices. This essentially means that we sometimes mix some of our spices together to create some kind of special mix. Like a chinese five-spice powder. It’s very easy, and we’re going to show you how to […]