Bread · Recipes · Reinventing leftovers · Side dish · starters dips and snacks · Vegan · Vegetarian

Simple and flavorful Bruschetta

I was hesitating if to post this recipe due to it's simplicity, but then I remembered that sometimes, the simplest, most basic of recipes are the hardest to find out there in the World Wide Web. No fancy duck confit here folks. Bruschetta is a great way to use up leftover bread and look sophisticated all… Continue reading Simple and flavorful Bruschetta

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Zucchini in garlic, mint and lemon

In case I don't mention it often enough, we live in a very remote location. The asphalt stops at our village. You will have to take either a plane or a boat to continue norther bound. The nearest decent size shopping center is over a 1000 kilometers away (sniff). Our (un)fortunate remoteness from civilization brings us closer… Continue reading Zucchini in garlic, mint and lemon

Babies · Breakfast and Brunch · Life · Recipes · Side dish · starters dips and snacks · Vegetarian

Savory Swiss chard and cheese muffins

I've just passed the last hour of my life going up and down a flight of stairs, coercing an almost hyperventilating, super excited, I-just learned-how-to-stand-up 9-months-old and a defying, rebellious, mind boggling(ly) stubborn 2 year old to retire their act and go to bed. When I enter the room, they both resentfully pipe down, only to resume… Continue reading Savory Swiss chard and cheese muffins

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Daily minutes and cucumber salad

This Friday morning I woke up determined to get back in the saddle. Four weeks of utter chaos (aka "vacation") left me yearning for some good old routine. The queen of toddlers is back on track, in daycare and away from indulgent grand parents influence, my husband is back at work. Now its up to baby Tom and me… Continue reading Daily minutes and cucumber salad

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On bravery and meatloaf (and broccoli mashed potatoes)

  Yesterday we went sliding. On the snow. Downhill. Now, for many of you this may sound like a perfectly normal weekend family activity for a cold December morning. Many of you, I presume, were also born with skates attached to your feet. I, on the other hand, prefer my ground nice and solid. Maybe… Continue reading On bravery and meatloaf (and broccoli mashed potatoes)