This week in my kitchen

Inspired by beauty that moves, encouraged to make this kitchen a warm and welcoming one, where there’s always something to enjoy. Here is what has been going on this week…

 

garden produce

new knife

kohlrabi curry

 

:: making up a meal with fresh garden produce. chopped paksoi, chard and snow peas worked wonderfully well with brown rice and a soft-boiled egg, still runny, broken on top of it.

:: my parents gave me two new quality knives for my birthday! They’re a dream to work with.

:: I managed to put together a lovely curry with all the kohlrabi I had laying around. You can find my recipe here.

 

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This week in my kitchen

Inspired by beauty that moves, encouraged to make this kitchen a warm and welcoming one, where there’s always something to enjoy. Here is what has been going on this week…

 

chopping vegs

 

mince

 

soup ingredients

 

 

soup portions freezer

:: chopping, always chopping. I think this one was for pasta sauce, but I’m not even sure anymore.

:: I tried a new butcher this week and bought meat for the whole week to come. Dividing the mince into smaller portions, to freeze. I hope it’s less salty than the mince (and therefore all the burgers and stuff) of the butcher in the street.

:: new veggie box arrived, so I gathered all the leftover vegs that were laying around in my fridge

:: and turned them into a delicious soup. I froze some smaller portions for the Little Boy when he comes home from daycare. Sometimes it just works out perfectly!

 

 

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This week in my kitchen…

Inspired by beauty that moves, encouraged to make this kitchen a warm and welcoming one, where there’s always something to enjoy. Here is what has been going on this week…


twimk - tomaatsjalot

twimk-pppj

twimk - luikse salade

twimk - sweetpotatoleekmashsalmon

twimk - zucchini cubes

 

:: chopping up tomatoes and shallots for the pasta dish below. I created the recipe for my husband, who loves pasta with smoked salmon. It’s a very quick dish but yet has to be perfected (to make it come out the same every time). Anyway, we enjoyed it very much.

:: a quick take on the classic salade liegoise. No dressing and added mushrooms. We love the slightly runny egg on top.

:: I love mash, this one is with sweet potato and leek. Paired with a tasty piece of baked salmon, it makes a perfect meal!

:: and, as I did last week, chopped zucchini, this time for a dish I love. I make zucchini – apple sauce since I was a student and it had been quite a long time now, so it was much fun rediscovering this old-time favorite. You can find the recipe here.

 

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