Celeriac is an ugly looking vegetable, and while not winning any beauty contest there are many ways to cook with celeriac.
It might look a bit weird, but it most definitely deserves a spot in your kitchen. Learn all about celeriac and discover 50+ fantastic recipes.
After a lot of delaying, I finally started my YouTube channel. As with everything else, I’m not going for viral … More
Pumpkin is without a doubt the most popular of all the winter squashes. Except that it is in season during autumn and is best known as a halloween decoration.
But there are so many things that can be done with pumpkin beyond pie and soup, that I figured it needed its own dedicated page.
Nights are getting longer and temperatures start dropping. We’re not yet at the freezing cold of Winter, but the exhausting heat of Summer is also gone.
Personally, Autumn is my favourite season of the year, especially the time just following the Autumn Equinox when the sun is still shining but the days become crispy and fresh.
Blink and they’re gone. Cherry season is short, very short, so make sure to make the most of them while they’re around.
And if it’s not those 2 blessed weeks of summer when you can pick your cherries ripe off the tree, you can always buy frozen or tinned.
Holidays, sun, beach. Summer is a favourite of kids worldwide, and usually a fun time for everyone (except those who have to commute in crowded trains and work in hot places!).
Summer usually revitalises the kitchen by bringing in a variety of colours and flavours that are very much needed after the Winter months and the hungry gap of Spring.
I have written why I think flour is one of the basic ingredients everyone should keep at home to maximise their cooking potential. There are so many things you can do just by having a few spoonfuls of flour available.
Luckily, regular wheat flour is not the only flour out there. There are many options available right now, and as they become more and more popular prices keep getting more affordable. This post is a roundup of fantastic recipes from around the web that feature 12 flours that even if they are a little harder to use and find, are well worth the effort!
Flowers, cool breeze, butterflies, more flowers, and for the unlucky: seasonal allergies! Spring is here and that means food is changing. Gone are the heavy stews that kept us warm through winter and fresh salads start to slowly creep in.
Even though the thought of Spring usually brings to mind fields of flowers and green shoots, the amount of fruit and vegetables available is not a lot. Flowers haven’t yet turned to fruit and most of those green shoots are not yet ready to be picked, but there are some interesting things around.
Recipes are great, but they are just guidelines. Luckily, there are a few tips and tricks that can help you when using recipes.
I don’t think I need a big introduction for this one: biscuits, cookies, call them whatever you want. They’re made with flour, usually butter, and they’re always moreish.
And don’t forget crackers! Not exactly biscuits, but similar enough.