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  • Beet Greens and Arugula Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette

    Beet Greens and Arugula Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette

    Serves 2 as a light meal. This is more of a guideline than an actual recipe. The ratio of beet greens , arugula and raspberries is entirely up to you and your tastes. You could substitute walnuts with other nuts and add some goat’s cheese for creaminess. Roasted beets would also work great here. For […]

  • Homemade Greek Yogurt

    Homemade Greek Yogurt

    Yields 600g of yogurt. Making Greek yogurt from scratch is quite simple. The process may take 20 hours, but it’s mostly fermentation and straining time, and it’s worth the wait. Homemade Greek yogurt is really thick, creamy and full of flavor, and you can use it in all sorts of different ways. This recipe was […]

  • Rosewater Panna Cotta with Strawberries and Pistachio Tuiles

    Rosewater Panna Cotta with Strawberries and Pistachio Tuiles

    Serves 4. Panna cotta is a very simple Italian dessert. It’s light and creamy, and can be flavored with just about anything you can think of. Rosewater is an acquired taste, so, if you’re not a huge fan, just leave it out or substitute with any flavor you like. For the rosewater panna cotta. Ingredients: […]

  • Churros with Chocolate Chili Sauce

    Churros with Chocolate Chili Sauce

    Serves 4. Churros are basically Spanish donuts that are made of choux pastry and deep fried until golden and crispy on the outside and fluffy in the middle. They are tossed in cinnamon sugar and served warm with a variety of sauces. Chocolate and dulce de leche sauces are most common. Spicy chocolate goes really […]

  • Rabbit Ragu

    Rabbit Ragu

    Serves 4-6. Like most slow cooked meat dishes, this ragu is hearty and full of flavor. It tastes even better the next day, so store the leftovers in your refrigerator and reheat them. It goes really well with polenta, too. For an alternative presentation, once the rabbit is tender, remove the rabbit pieces from the […]

  • Rosewater Strawberry and Pistachio Meringues

    Rosewater Strawberry and Pistachio Meringues

    Yields 12 meringues. This is a great recipe when you have leftover egg whites. Meringues are really easy to make and will stay fresh for 2-3 weeks if stored properly. Store them in an airtight container and put a small bowl of baking soda into the container as well. It will absorb the humidity in […]

  • Magic Custard Cake

    Magic Custard Cake

    Makes a 22×22 cm cake. The most important thing in this recipe is that all of the ingredients are at room temperature and that the milk is not too warm, or else it might scramble the eggs. I used free-range eggs that are smaller than regular ones. If you have large eggs, use 500 ml […]

  • Snickers Cake

    Snickers Cake

    Makes one 18cm cake. Regardless of what it looks like, this cake is not overly sweet. On the contrary, the bittersweet chocolate ganache combined with an almost savory peanut butter filling balances the sweetness of both fudgy chocolate cake and caramel filling, which makes the cake really enjoyable. I recommend that you bake the cake […]

  • Brussels Sprouts Tarte Tatin

    Brussels Sprouts Tarte Tatin

    Makes a 22cm tart. Brussels sprouts can be delicious when prepared properly. In this recipe, they are first blanched and then sautéed in balsamic vinegar and honey, which gives them a really pleasant sweetness and a lovely flavor. Once sautéed, the Brussels sprouts are covered with buttery pastry and cooked in the oven until they’re […]

  • Homemade Tagliatelle with Beetroot Pesto

    Homemade Tagliatelle with Beetroot Pesto

    Serves 4. It’s really simple to make egg pasta from scratch, especially if you have a pasta machine. It can be cooked fresh, but you can also let it dry and store it for several months. It cooks faster than store bought, and tastes so much better. Try serving it with roasted beetroot pesto. Besides […]