My two besties from university came over for dinner the other day; I just love it when I get to cook for my friends! Magali and Marie – who shall remain nameless, hello ladies! – are both meat eaters so I wanted to surprise them with some vegan delight! And I also want to show them…… Continue reading The sweet potato and kidney bean burger
My dearest friend Lucie is an inspiring and talented young woman, as you will read from her article below. I’m very happy to share her Zero Waste Journey and also honoured that she’s chosen my blog to tell you all about it. My journey to Zero Waste started around a month ago. The reason? I…… Continue reading My journey to Zero Waste, by Lucie B.
Did you know that more than half the protein found in eggs are in the egg white? They’re also high in vitamins (Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Vitamin D) and minerals (iron, zinc, and copper), and they contain no saturated fat or cholesterol. They’re quite a good option for people watching their cholesterol levels or suffering from…… Continue reading The egg white muffins
Winter is coming… or at least autumn is! Temperatures have slightly dropped and it’s getting dark much earlier – which is kinda depressing to me. I’ve been in the mood for warm comforting food; some would suggest a cheese fondue but I’d rather go for soup. Believe or not, I had never ever made broccoli…… Continue reading The lemony broccoli soup
Living on my own, it takes me about a week to get through of a whole cauliflower! The good thing with vegetables is that you can cook them in a zillion different ways. Making patties is also a good trick to mix cereal, legumes and vegetables; once you get the idea on how to make…… Continue reading The cauliflower and quinoa patties
It’s kind of grey and dark here in Brussels at the moment, so I’ve decided to put some colours in my cooking. Beetroot is definitely the best ingredient to do so – remember the beetroot hummus and its amazing colour? Some would argue that beetroot tastes like earth, but I have to disagree; I think that…… Continue reading The beetroot falafels
One of my dearest friend came over for a last-minute lunch; I had little time to cook but I still wanted to treat her with something new and tasty. I totally nailed it – it’s amazing what you can do with just a few vegetables and spice. Again, this is an effortless and cheap recipe;…… Continue reading The roast chickpeas and cauliflower rice salad
What you can do with a can of chickpeas! These spicy roast chickpeas are super duper easy to make, and are also very healthy – what else really? If you find yourself a bit tight on money at the end of the month, it’s perfect as it costs less than €1! I haven’t invented anything here…… Continue reading The spicy roast chickpeas