Month: October 2015

Salt-cure: “Curing and smoking” Book review

Salt-cure: “Curing and smoking” Book review

While laying down resting my back the past week, I had a lot of time to think and read. Actually it got rather frustrating after a while since I’ve been reading a lot of interesting recipes. Recipes enhancing a craving to cook and experiment with. […]

Roasted BBQ Buns

Roasted BBQ Buns

While writing down this recipe for Roasted BBQ Buns (credit’s go out to: Mac’s BBQ pit) I was thinking how awesome it must have been to live in ancient history. The idea of a self-sustaining environment sounds really attractive. Cultivating your own vegetables, breeding your […]

Caveman style Pumpkin Salad

Caveman style Pumpkin Salad

Autumn is starts to show off the beauty of nature. The trees proudly try to burn themselves into our memory before the dark days will finally chase their colors away! These days are inviting to go for a walk. And what could be better than […]

Red Eye Ribs (Steven Raichlin Recipe)

Red Eye Ribs (Steven Raichlin Recipe)

Having some friends who share your passion is great! Not only because you can taste each others creations or share some techniques but they also tend to point out some good cookbooks! Some months ago we ordered the book “Best Ribs Ever” by Steven Raichlin. […]

Grilled Pickles (Zucchini Pickles)

Grilled Pickles (Zucchini Pickles)

Finally friday again! At home we have the tradition to eat Fries on friday evening to celebrate the weekend. Believe me, not only the kids are looking forward to this moment! I’ve been planning to make some homemade burgers along the fries. Homemade grilled pickles […]

Grilled Zucchini Soup

Grilled Zucchini Soup

Some posts ago I shared my love for autumn. I love how natures colours start to change. Especially when summer’s trying to get it’s last grip at the weather. The gallons of rain have been chased away by Indian summer. Soft temperatures, nice sunshine and […]

Mallmann Francis: inspired by bonding issues?

Mallmann Francis: inspired by bonding issues?

Winter is coming. The days are getting shorter leaving us for a long period of dark evenings. However I like to be out in the cold, it can be verry comforting to come inside and have a cozy evening in the sofa. But I guess […]


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