Review 020: Eten bij Mazzo Amsterdam + Pizza Sorpresa

De mini en ik brachten de BF naar Schiphol en op weg daar naartoe had ik bedacht dat ik geen zin had om te koken of thuis te eten. Tevens gaf de mini aan dat ze het wel leuk vond als we weer eens samen een hapje gingen eten. Ik dacht, waarom ook niet. Het […]

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Bachelorette fun: cooking on location

So I had the pleasure of cooking for seven the other day. I got an email about two weeks ago asking me if I would be up to cook for 7 girls during a bachelorette. The big catch was a Stripper ūüėČ Ha..how can one ever say no to such a great incentive! No, I […]

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Chinese Fried Rice

As it was my moms bday the other day, we had Chinese again. This triggered me to write this post. My moms parents have a Chinese heritage, so for me it was more than normal having home made Chinese food. Not always, but mostly my mom would spoil us on the 1st of January with […]

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Baked sausages, Bill Granger style

I can’t even remember when we first started cooking from Bill Grangers recipes, but we love his simplicity and good food. Its been numerous times we’ve eaten this dish and its definitely a keeper here in our household.¬† The last time we made it, we used nice sausages from Brandt & Levie. We will talk […]

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Valentines Sago dessert

I had the best dessert the other day at my sisters, who cooked us a meal before heading out on adventure to China. You can follow her on her blog called The Fake Asian on vacation. Niw’s it got me thinking as I wanted to create a cute little dessert for Valentines. Who doesn’t love […]

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Easy Couscous

So on my Facebook page, I asked for some input and my friend Carla had good input and said: Can’t you make us an easy dish on a weekly basis. Now on a weekly basis I don’t know yet, but here is the first recipe I want to share with you. First of all let […]

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Making Chinese salt and pepper squid

So there is a first for everything. This was the most liked picture on Facebook. And you all wanted to know how to make this recipe. In Dutch we say: “u roept, wij draaien” which means something like “you ask for it, so we provide”. When eating Chinese at a restaurant, ¬†this is a dish […]

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Time for a winter salad

As I was browsing through my pictures yesterday I thought I must share with you a nice warm winter salad we had recently. Especially with the days being so short, you tend to spend some more time in the house. Nice warm comfort food is definitely a must for my family. The BF found this […]

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Aviko workshop side dishes

Last tuesday I attended a workshop hosted by Aviko, chef Jeremy Vermolen (known from e.g. the TV program “Robs grote tuinverbouwing”) and Monique van Loon (known from Culy.nl and her latest “the Culy way of life” cook book). Let me tell you how thrilled I was that I got an invite to go to this […]

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5 spices Shrimp Madness

Oke I admit, I have a little 5 spices addiction going on. Did u notice it too? It has everything to do with the spark I got from¬†watching the Culinary adventures of Ken Hom and Ying He Huang. Now let me tell you what happened. So we were on holiday on Curacao and my aunt […]

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Craving Thai Food

At the end of my holiday I started to crave some asian food again, specifically Thai food. Coming home to rain, cold and lots of darkness, one needs to comfort their soul. For me that translated into¬†a Thai Green Curry. So I treated myself and the BF to a one dish meal. The BF was […]

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Hello world! Nice to meet you

Nice to meet you, thank you for visiting my site! Yes I am..starting a food blog..I can hear you think, there are so many out there, but there is only one like me. Let me tell you why… I watch them all..foodNetwork, food channel, 24kitchen, Masterchef, Anna Langbein, Anthony Bourdain, Jamie Oliver, Nigella Lawson, Bill […]

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