Sometimes I have so much cheese in the fridge I don’t know what to do with it. Pasta gratin is my first choice but since lunch was already sorted, these muffins were next in line. The great thing about these is that you can add whatever combination of cheeses you fancy or you have lying in the fridge. They will still turn out gorgeous and delicious. Continue reading
Some people say, that if you want to sell your house, throw an apple pie in the oven when the buyers arrive. The smell is so inviting, so cozy, so homey, so unbelievably mouthwatering. This galette is no exception. In fact it comes with a little surprise.
Hidden between the apples and the buttery pastry, lies a thin sweet layer of tahini, mixed with honey and cinnamon and sprinkled with crunchy walnuts. Continue reading
The soft cookie project: It really is a project you know. At least for me it was. I wanted it to be a thick cookie, crunchy on the edges, soft and chewy in the centre. That’s the reason it took me some time to post this recipe. I have baked and tasted so many cookies these days (not that I’m complaining), until I found exactly what I wanted. THIS cookie. Continue reading
Cherry tomatoes are so sweet this time of year I couldn’t help myself but bake a galette. I was flirting with the idea of making a tart, but didn’t have much time, so galette was the obvious choice. But then again, all that butter and me in a bikini, seemed like an oxymoron. So I grabbed the olive oil and forgot about the butter. Continue reading
What can I say. I love nectarines. They are just as sweet as peaches without the fury exterior. Which means you don’t have to peel them. And they look better! Roasted nectarines are so delicious, they are begging to go on top of a cheesecake. And this summery dessert just comes together like magic. Continue reading
I used to think that home baked bread was something for the really keen and experienced cooks. Not anymore. I have been baking my own bread for some time now and I have to say that all you need is love! Sounds corny maybe but somehow kneading and proofing and waiting for that dough to magically rise is a love filled process. Continue reading
You can definitely say I’m going through an orange phase. With so many juicy oranges and mandarins this season, it’s hard to resist not experimenting with these lovely citrus fruits.
I wanted to make a really “orangey” orange cake. One that doesn’t just have the aroma of orange zest but a more substantial, intense orange flavour. So I boiled a whole orange. Continue reading