Tender, juicy pork. Slightly crunchy wok vegetables. A sauce that is the perfect combination of sweet heat and salty soy. Easy enough for a busy weekday, good enough for a party!
Tomato soup can be so dull, lifeless and boring… but not this tomato soup. This tomato soup has gumption. It toys with your tastebuds. It leaves you wanting for more. Believe me; make it, and you will make it again.
Slice your knife through the flaky, delicate puff pastry to get to the delicious, elegant treasure hidden within. Once your fork is loaded, give it a good, long dip in the buttery, light sauce and I promise instant happiness! No kidding!
A few days ago I unplugged my stove (in the middle of redoing my kitchen). I am hoping it won´t be too long until it/I am up and running again… Thanks Astrid, for giving me inspiration and inviting me to cook with you! 🙂
I didn´t stay long in Singapore, just long enough to find out exactly how much Singaporeans love food! A people to my liking 🙂 Another thing I like is the way they eat their food.
Pizza just never goes out of style. A never-ending spectrum of unique combinations, yet it will always be what it is – pizza. Refreshing, yet comforting. What a magical invention!
Lately I have tended to make pizzas with better quality ingredients but that are quicker and easier to make (lets not delve into reasons why). Typically toppings that don´t need any preparation, like this one; red pesto, cured ham and chorizo. Packed full of flavors!
It´s Tuesday, or maybe Wednesday. You´re cravin´some pizza, but the weekend is just so so far away… And you really truly honest to God are trying to lead a healthier life (at least for a few weeks between summer and Christmas). So how about spelt bottom, lean chicken, good quality bacon, and cheese? Maybe some tomatoes for good measure?
After a summer shorter than the lifespan of a fruitfly with bad genes, we (the lucky people of south-west Norway) are thrown head first into the rainy days of fall. I swear, the rain – it is nevereverending. We better get cheap electricity this winter!!
I have one advice: with very little effort (or culinary experience) you can cook a big pot of this Indian chicken soup that warms you up, from the inside out. The soup has just the right amount of heat to it (for us westerners), and it´s the type of soup that everyone will like. Noah (my 2-year old) ate it too! And you´ll have dinner for a couple of days. What´s better than leftovers when you don´t feel like cookin´?