What I really do like in summer is a Caprese salad. We eat it often when the weather is warm on a baguette , lunch or as an accompaniment to the barbecue. But what I like better for spring , … Read the rest
Bread - baking
A delicious crunchy bread without sugar. It’s easy to make (you do not even have to knead and rise the dough).
A delicious soda bread with cranberries and rosemary. Very easy to make, because you don’t have to knead it. … Read the rest
They look at you, do you dare to take a bite here? These Halloween mummies are to eat! Easy to make and quickly finished.
It’s autumn and then the best months of the year come as a food blogger. First … Read the rest
Focaccia, a typical Italian bread, in the early days baked on hot stones and that became wonderfully airy. Focaccia is delicious with a soup or barbecue. Without additions it’s lovely, but you can also add flavors or filling . Now … Read the rest
Crispy, full of flavor and you’ll enjoy it on a sunny sunday afternoon: pull apart bread with garlic butter and cheese. Just bake it in the oven and it’s ready. So simple try it yourself!
Pull apart bread or appetizer … Read the rest
A delicious bread with a grill or barbecue . Easy to use and yet very tasteful. Packed with fresh herbs .Off course you can choose how strong the garlic flavor should be. But I add about a whole garlic bulb. … Read the rest
Tasty certainly doesn’t mean it’s difficult to prepare. This is proven by these ham cheese croissants.
You make them from puff pastry, ham, cheese and egg (so you only have to use 4 ingredients). Because the cheese and ham define … Read the rest
Bread is so delicious! And certainly freshly baked bread. There is almost nothing better than a lukewarm thick slice of bread (hotter tastes better but is difficult to slice), while the whole house smells like homemade bread. A little butter … Read the rest
The delicious smell of freshly baked bread! This recipe for homemade baguette is super easy and you create a baguette with a crunchy outside and a soft inside in just one day.
You enter the house and it smells terrific. … Read the rest
This time, Peta from Australia (a non-blog member of the daring kitchen) challenged us to make a stock and turn it in a soup or consomme. And a bread to accompany the soup,
I’m used to make my own stocks … Read the rest