As a rule of thumb, all spices and dried herbs should be stored in a cool, dark place. Many people tend to store spices near or above their stove out of ease during cookingRead More
All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt.
Charles M. Schulz
In here, you can read about the healthy recipes I learned to make when I was traveling through Europe. I hope you like them, and bon appétit!
Nothing has the ability to put you in the summer mood faster than sipping on a brightly colored, fruity flavored drink, preferably served in a pineapple (but we’re not picky), with your plate full of barbecue.Read More
There’s no shame in admitting that, once in a while, when you get home, you feel exhausted. At that moment, the last thing you want to do is spend another two hours of your day making dinner.Read More
Interested in making homemade fluffy, yet stiff bagels with only a few basic ingredients? No problem, I got you. Here are the ingredients you’ll need to:Read More
Face it: Burgers are mouth-watering only if the meat is perfectly roasted, the sauce and the vegetables in between the buns luscious, and the buns soft and fluffy, which is why I want to encourage you to step up your burger.Read More
Our cookbook, Europe in Your Plate, is here!
As I mentioned in so many of my blog posts, one could never say that I have a sweet tooth. That’s the reason why all the ice creams are usually too sweet for me, and why I prefer making them on my own.Read More
From sangrias for summer, mulled wine for winter, stunning bridal drinks, and quick ways to dress up an inexpensive bottle, you won’t tire from mixing your favorite red and white wines.Read More
Even if you are new to the cooking world, you need to know how to make a basic shortcrust pastry. It’s quick to make, consists of just a few ingredients and can be multipurpose.Read More