Sesame & Spice: Orange Flower Biscuits with Pistachios

We got the lovely cookbook Sesame & Spice (Amazon UK / Amazon US) by Anne Shooter last week and just couldn’t wait to bake some of these wonderful recipes. So we started with the Orange flower biscuit rings with pistachios – what a combination! Plus, the recipe is so easy and quick to prepare! We totally loved it and […]

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Forest fruits, pistachio & coconut cake

Rainy Sunday afternoons are definitely a great “excuse” for baking cakes. It’s relaxing, fun, and totally rewarding. Today we’ve tried out a delightful Middle Eastern inspired recipe by Honey & Co. It’s such an easy recipe that can be made without flour or sugar, and the results… mind blowing! Just so you know, their book is on massive […]

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Roasted cauliflower with lentils and tahini

Looking for something simple, fresh and exotic for your dinner? Here’s our choice this week, a wonderful combination of grilled cauliflower and lentils – two unlikely companions – turned into an amazing mix of flavours you won’t easily forget! This salad has it all: crunchy bread, earthy lentils, nutty tahini and zesty lemon – everything needed to […]

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Smoked mackerel tacos with mango-avocado salsa

A few weeks ago, as we were in dire need for some warmth and exoticism, we decided to head south and came up with something unusual: smokey, sweet, and hot tacos with fish! It’s super easy and quick to make, totally doable on a weekday after work, and perfect to impress your friends! The salsa is nice and filling, with […]

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Okonomiyaki – the Japanese pancake

Okonomiyaki is a traditional Japanese pancake from Hiroshima, but widely eaten throughout Japan. The name is derived from the word okonomi meaning “what you like” or “what you want”, and yaki meaning “grilled” or “cooked”. The main ingredient is always cabbage, but with the rest of the ingredients you can be quite creative, using your preferred seafood, beef or pork […]

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All roads lead to Hummus

Is there someone who doesn’t like hummus? Seriously? This millennia old concoction is an absolute classic and a necessary ingredient for life, and it’s fair to say there are as many variations of hummus as there are cooks. No one really knows who invented it, but this delicate and gooey mix of chickpeas, olive oil, […]

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Creamy Fishy Chowder

When it’s cold outside, nothing warms up as a much as a delicious, homemade soup. One of our favourites is a nice creamy soup called Clam Chowder, originally from New England. We adopted it with a twist and below is our recipe. Don’t be put off by the longer list of ingredients, it’s so easy […]

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FoodCrafters brunch – Shakshuka!

By far, the most efficient thing you can have for brunch is a shakshuka. By efficient we mean, filling and delicious, yet super easy to make at home even on a lazy sunday (and it’s also when it tastes best). Shakshuka is simply eggs cooked in a spicy pepper/tomato sauce served in an iron skillet […]

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Sweet and sour cherry soup

On hot summer days, this delicious and light sweet and sour fruit soup is just the perfect pick! Enjoy it with cherries, but it also goes perfectly with gooseberries, apricots, plums… You can serve it hot or cold, but it is best straight from the fridge!!    

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