Smokey Mushroom Quiche

A festive, rustic quiche with smokey mushrooms.

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Thai Red Chili Paste

Spice up your life with this tasty red chili paste, or in Thai language nam prik pao. This paste a common ingredient in the Thai cuisine. It’s mainly used for currying vegetables and meat together with coconut milk. The paste is full of flavors: sweet, salty, savory and sour. The main ingredients are red chillies,... Continue Reading →

Vegan Mango Ceviche

Ceviche is a popular dish in the coastal regions of South America and even gained popularity in the kitchens of the southern states of America. Historians believe that this delicacy has it’s roots in Peru, where it was already on the menu two thousand years ago. Nowadays Peruvian cuisine is hot and happening, with ceviche as... Continue Reading →

Viva Musica Colombiana ‘nueva’

Silence is rare in Colombia. Wherever you go you’ll hear music. Colombia possesses many music genres from the fusion of afro-caribbean and Spanish influences. For instance: porro, currulao, merecumbe, gaita. Reggaeton is popular as well, especially in the caribbean regions. Cali is the city of the salsa, but this style is loved in the whole... Continue Reading →

Pineapple and Thai Basil Juice

The short, cold and rainy days make me crave for a vitamin boost with a tropical twist. For this purpose this pineapple juice is just perfect. A refreshing, sweet, aromatic and healthy treat. It’s a little bit of Thailand in your glass. Pineapple contains plenty of vitamin c and fibers. This sweet fruit has also... Continue Reading →

Coconut Chutney

Coconut chutney is a common side dish and condiment in South India. This chutney goes well with dosa, idli or any other Indian dish of your choice. Compared to other South Indian dishes it has a mild taste.  The main ingredient is (fresh) coconut. Usually the coconut is blended with chillies and chana dal. I... Continue Reading →

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