I just caught up with posting about last month's box, and already the new October box was eagerly waiting to be reviewed. Most of the items from this month have already been put to good use and hopefully I'll manage to talk about that recipe before the November box gets delivered. But I won't keep you waiting, prepare to feast your eyes after the jump.
- Al calor del horno
- Annie's eats
- Bijzonder Spaans
- C Mom Cook
- Cannelle et vanille
- Chef Nini
- Chocolat & caetera
- Cocoa Mademoiselle
- David Lebovitz
- El rincon de Bea
- Global Table
- Just Hungry
- Kitchen Cow
- La Comida de Mama
- La Cucina
- La Tartine Gourmande
- La tête dans le chaudron
- Le Grand Méchant Cook
- Le Pétrin
- Lucy's Kitchen Notebook
- Monkeyshines in the kitchen
- Onions and Chocolate
- Over a Tuscan Stove
- Tangled Noodle
- The Daring Kitchen
- The WInter Guest
- Words and cake
almonds anchovy apple avocado bacon baileys banana beef bell pepper bread burger cabbage cachaça carbonara cheese chicken chocolate chorizo clams cookies custard feta garlic grapes green beans ham hazelnut leek marzipan mascarpone meringue miso mozzarella mussels parmesan parsnip pasta pattypan squash peas pesto pimientos de piquillo pistachio pork potato rice ricotta scallion shiitake shrimp spaghetti squid tarragon tofu tomato tuna veal wakame whipped cream zucchini
30 October 2013
29 October 2013
Published : Tuesday, October 29, 2013
With my holidays and subsequent jetlag, posting about the September Food We Love box was put on the backburner but now that the new box has already arrived, it is high time for me to let you catch a glimpse at this already one month old box.
25 August 2013
Published : Sunday, August 25, 2013
August is drawing to a close and as the end of the month is nearing, I know I'll be in for a treat. It's around this time that my monthly boxes are finding their way to my doorstep and after the fabulous box I received last month, I was especially eager to discover my new Food We Love and its theme.
14 August 2013
Published : Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Grace, one of our talented non-blogging Daring Kitchen members, was our Daring Cooks’ August hostess who shared with us some of her family’s tried and true Bengali Biryani recipes – all of them delicious and all of them prepared fresh from our own kitchens!
My usual tasting panel isn't fond of all things related to Indian cuisine. Coriander, cumin, chile, cardemom, ... all the flavours that are essential and characteristic to Southeast Asian cooking are frowned upon at the dining room table. So whatever I cooked up for this challenge would be eaten by me alone and although many of the proposed recipes on the challenge sheet sounded appealing, in the end I chose to make the one which seemed the easiest to make : Fish Biryani.
31 July 2013
Published : Wednesday, July 31, 2013
For years now, I had been buying the tortas de aceite from Ines Rosales at the supermarket, but I think they must have discontinued their commercial relationship with them, because I haven't been able to find them recently :o(
So when I started craving them last week, I decided to make them myself. I'm not a novice in the kitchen so it should be a piece of cake, right?
30 July 2013
Published : Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Do you remember when I talked about Julie Schwob's "Breakfast du Monde" book yesterday? What I failed to mention then, was that she also published another book which found its way into my library : "Apéros du Monde" (Aperitifs of the World), a collection of drinks and tapas/appetizers from every continent.
I already made several recipes from this book but never took the time to take a picture, let alone write a post about it. Because these coconut squid slices were such a hit last time I made them, I gave them another try this weekend and it confirmed what I already knew : I love those Brasilian lula com coco.
29 July 2013
Published : Monday, July 29, 2013
During my last trip to the book store, I couldn't resist entering the cookbook aisle. Venturing into that corner of the store is usually a bad idea for me, or rather my wallet, because I always end up going home with more books than I intially meant to buy.
This trip was no exception to the rule. When I saw Julie Schwob's book "Breakfast du Monde" (Breakfasts of the world) and started leafing through it, I knew I had to take this one home with me. So many interesting ideas and recipes in there, that I couldn't wait to try out.
First try-out : the Peruvian Pan Chicharron.
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