Tag Archive: garlic

Slow-cooked boeuf bourguignon

This is one of my masterpieces. Like many dinners previously, it was borne out of one ingredient that was found in the freezer. In this case, it was some diced cubes of beef.… Continue reading

Zucchini-halloumi fritters

A little while ago, I went vegetarian for about a month, which led to a sudden increase in the vegetarian recipes on this blog. This world was rather new to me, and so… Continue reading

Destiny mashed potatoes

This weekend will henceforth be known as the Weekend of Food. I will be posting about the things we ate bit by bit, as it is just too much to do at once.… Continue reading

Garlicky gnocchi with creamy spinach sauce

When you have a packet of gnocchi in your fridge for a while, you tend to start dreaming about what you could do with it. My flatmate and I have been discussing the… Continue reading

Warming pumpkin, coconut and ginger soup

Last week, I spotted the first pumpkin of the season, which made me remember a dish from years past. It is similar to the sweet potato soup I made recently, but more nuanced… Continue reading

Home-made bread infused with roasted garlic

A few months ago, I found a garlic loaf in a supermarket and it blew my mind. Bread with chunks of garlic inside it? It’s genius, really. I found a recipe for it… Continue reading

Guest post: Blood orange risotto

A new recipe from a new contributor to the blog! My cousin, who lives in the US, used be just as fussy with food (if not more so) than me, but has now… Continue reading

Spicy sweet potato, coconut and ginger soup

I cannot even begin to describe how good this soup tastes. All I can say is that if you have a blender and a stove, you should make it. Preferably soon. And eat… Continue reading

Guest post: Colourful potato salad with home-made mayonnaise

My father always told me that in order to judge how healthy your plate is, all you have to do is count the colours. Based on that, this dish is a big winner,… Continue reading

Crispy bacon risotto with baby spinach and shiitake mushrooms

My father always says that the most important quality a cook must have is patience. With risotto, this is even more crucial, as the cook may be tempted to turn up the heat… Continue reading