Whatever you call this one, a Tian Provençal, ratatouille or a confit byaldi, they are all very nice varieties of delicious mediterranean casseroles!
We tried Marley Spoon again for a couple of weeks but in the end postponed it again as the recipes we chose were generally not a success. However, this one was pretty darn good!
Not too many changes were made to this fennel risotto recipe I posted last year. The original was already really tasty, but I decided to add a bunch of griddled green asparagus and fresh peas. Consequently, a really nice summer risotto chuck full or veggies. Continue reading “Asparagus, Pea and Fennel Risotto with Chopped Pistachios”
This is a take on peperonata, the classic mediterranean bell pepper stew. An ideal light dish for (hot) summer days.
Now tomatoes are getting at their best again, this is a delicious risotto recipe to take full advantage!
The third stop and highlight in our culinary journey in South Africa was lunch at The Test Kitchen in Cape Town.
After last’s year venture in Bali into getting to know the local cuisine first hand, we were unfortunately not able to book a Cape Malay cooking course, but did stumble on something better!
Followers of this blog should have seen this post coming a mile away. Holidays = sampling local burgers. Here are some of the more memorable ones.
We started our culinary journey in South Africa with the “Estate Experience” at Rust en Vrede restaurant.
It has been quiet on arcisfoodblog the last couple of weeks as we were on holidays. Continue reading “Around the World – South Africa – Intro”