A silky soup with roasted chestnuts and a hint of Riesling, bringing proverbial “Gemütlichkeit” to any kitchen. Vegetarian-friendly!
Fry the perfect, medium-rare steak in three simple steps.
To be honest, I am not a big fan of fish. Which, apart from the beautiful colours, is probably saying a lot for this risotto, because the amazing combination of flavours is just so worth it! It’s not that I don’t enjoy it, it’s just I always feel it’s somewhat of a hassle to make. I […]
I love this dish: it requires only 5min of manual effort, including cleanup, has tons of left-overs and the smell of roasted butternut squash with thyme and rosemary is divine.
If you’re getting tired of Cinnamon, Cardamom and Oranges by the end of December, these little whoopie pies are a nice change of pace. They’re just as festive, and the calvados certainly doesn’t hurt at the family dinners.
Like many, many households in the western world, Pasta in all its glorious variations is our go-to dish for rainy, lazy days when the grocery shops are closed and you don’t feel like going out. It’s nothing fancy, but you can really taste the original flavours. Now, to be fair, this isn’t exactly what I […]
I’ve never had Gin until 2 years ago, which might explain the steep learning curve since. While I’ll never quite master all the different regions, grapes and techniques of wine, we’ve gathered quite a bit of dust on different gins, their botanicals and mixes. I can only recommend picking up sophisticated drinking as a hobby, […]