Towards the end of the summer, there’s an abundance of fruits and vegetables available on the market for very low prices. I use this time of the year to stock up and make jam, chutney and apple sauce to fill my pantry. This apricot chutney is one of my favourites.Read More
Traditional Dutch Pea Soup (‘Snert’)
What’s better than a wholesome bowl of filling soup on a cold winter’s day? And it tastes even better the next day!Read More
Curried Chicken and Belgian Endives
Did you hate Belgian Endives as well when you were a child? This recipe reconciled me with the cheap vegetable.Read More
Homemade Spelt Pizza!
Spelt is an ancient grain used extensively in the Middle Ages. In our present day, people are rediscovering this nutritious grain. It has a delicate nutty flavour and has become one of my favourite ingredients for making breads.Read More
When Life Hands You Lemons, You Make Lemon Bread!
This lemon bread takes a while to make, but the result is really worth the effort!Read More
Savoury Pumpkin Pie
I read that pumpkin technically is a fruit. So a savory pumpkin pie for dinner didn’t strike me as the most obvious choice for my main meal. But it tastes surprisingly good!Read More