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Spicy Cauliflower With Breadcrumbs & Fresh Garlic

Spicy Cauliflower With Breadcrumbs & Fresh Garlic

You know the saying “if cauliflower can become pizza, you, my friend can do anything”. Well, these words are really motivational, but when it comes just to cauliflower, you can indeed transform it from pizza crust to rice in just a second. Pretty cool, huh? This particular spicy cauliflower with breadcrumbs and fresh garlic is an easy recipe to make and absolutely delicious, but there are some few tips to follow for…

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15 minutes meals/ breakfast/ Family meals/ share the food

Breakfast Inspiration – Broccamole Toast With Dukkah

Breakfast Inspiration - Broccamole Toast With Dukkah

Broccamole is definitely a keeper in my morning and snacks routines. I am going through a breakfast crisis, better say, breakfast inspiration crisis. I am a morning person and I like to enjoy breakfast every time possible. These days it feels like no cereal bowl, no smoothies, no tomatoes and cheese (because that’s what we eat in Romania in the summer 🙂 ), no eggs are good enough to take…

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Cheese And Dill Romanian Savoury Pie

Cheese and Dill Romanian Savory Pie

Transylvanian Savoury Pie and a step back in time when grandma was making the best food in the world. In our human nature lies the desire to recreate pleasant past memories, especially the ones with food. It’s comforting and soothing for the soul, and probably the best way not to completely lose ourselves in the busyness of our lives. I feel this post should honor our grandparents, I don’t have…

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Middle Eastern Lamb Chops & Roasted Red Pepper Salad

Middle Eastern Lamb Chops & Roasted Red Pepper Salad

There’s nothing easier than enjoying some amazing flavored lamb chops with middles eastern aromas on a warm Sunday evening. And of course, with a cold Bavarian beer, which will definitely sooth your soul. A friend of mine pointed out the other day, that my recipes are rather freestyle, than following some strict rules, and this is something that I’ve really been doing without realizing in the past few months: playing…

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Family meals/ Lunch box/ share the food

Pork Chops with Carrots, Wilted Spinach & Mustard Dressing

Pork Chops with Carrots, Wilted Spinach & Mustard Dressing

Right at this moment, when I’m typing these words, the weather outside went from sunny to rainy in just a few minutes, but that rain had something magic in it, the way the drops were falling over my lush garden transpose me directly into a totally different mood about the recipe I’d like to share with you today. These pork chops with carrots, wilted spinach and mustard dressing are definitely…

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Family meals/ share the food/ Vegetarian

Easy Scarlet Runner Beans Salad

Easy Scarlet Runner Beans Salad

Today it’s about these delicious scarlet runner beans which, to be honest, got into my shopping cart by pure accident, as I was looking for some random beans to make a salad, to combine some flavours I had in mind. These glossy beans have a magnificent colour, a combination of black with dark purple and some brown spots from place to place.Scarlet runner beans or beetle beans how are they…

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Spring Asparagus Risotto

Asparagus Risotto

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been waiting this year’s asparagus for quite a while now, and it seemed that it won’t ever come out with all the prolonged winter we had. Phew, we are finally off the hook and we can enjoy all the freshness and green veggies nature reserved for us. So here it is finally, fresh, crisp, tender and deliciously tasty ASPARAGUS which can enhance so…

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Family meals/ share the food/ Vegetarian

Roasted Sweet Potatoes Salad With Honey Mustard Dressing

Roasted Sweet Potatoes Salad With Honey Mustard Dressing

Winter is definitely around the corner, or almost already here if you look at the temperatures outside, and this, inevitably takes me back 2 years ago, when I first started writing on this blog. Boy, what a journey! Laughter, frustration, fingerlicious food, failed recipes, and incredible passion I put in each recipe which I wrote or picture that I took. I am now very grateful I learned so much about…

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