Craft beer and Mac ‘n Cheese in one dish? It must be the ultimate hipster food! 😱
I was looking for a ragu bolognese in Tom Kerridge’s cookbook Best Ever Dishes and found this very interesting lasagna recipe. Continue reading “Lasagna by Tom Kerridge”
Served with mashed potatoes and minted peas and mushrooms. A rather British supper.
A super way to start your day or as a dessert. Both the mulled pears and “kruidnootjes” will make your house smell great too!
Continue reading “Greek Yoghurt with Mulled Pears and “Kruidnootjes””
When the grown-ups indulge in culinary experimentation, it’s always a challenge to make something easy and more suitable for the kids. This time they were quite vocal about it and demanded Mac ‘n Cheese! Luckily, I had this version by Marco Pierre White still in my culinary bucket list. Continue reading “Mac ‘n Cheese by Marco Pierre White”
A French clafoutis tart brings childhood memories of summer bakes with all kinds of fresh fruit, but the real classic is with cherries.
I came across the recipe for these “Marvellous Meatballs” over at Sweet and Savory Bite a couple of months ago. Continue reading “Spaghetti Marinara with Oven-baked Meatballs”
Inspired by the delicious Gnocchi Alla Sorrentina I had in Fuerteventura, I had another go at a big batch of ragu bolognese. Continue reading “Marcella Hazan’s Ragu Bolognese”
This Rochefort 10 ice cream is based on a recipe I found on the Belgian food blog Hot Cuisine de Pierre. It’s a very nice beer, and the idea of making ice cream with it is sheer genius…
This recipe is based on one I found over at LXRY by Aan de Poel**’s chef Stefan van Sprang.
This recipe from Masterchef Australia was a perfect use of my sous vide water oven. Continue reading “Perfect Sous Vide Egg with Mushroom Custard”