Japanese Pumpkin Squash Soup

This is a perfect snack quick fix for those cold winter days. Light yet warming and super healthy.

More Food Ideas

Charred Bok Choy and Chorizo Miso Ramen

I like to throw the kitchin sink at my Ramen! Just kidding, but adding some chorizo and charred bok choy to a homemade miso and shiitake broth was one of these cooking with whats left in the fridge that ended up on repeat.

April in Paris Picnic Sandwich

This delicate flavor rich, intricate yet comforting, light but fulfilling sandwich will delight the adventurous palate. Made of homemade chips, sardines, cilantro and a tomato and onion confit wait… show don’t tell, did you try one yet?

Making Vegetarian Sushi Maki Rolls

Have some fun rolling up in the kitchen! Maki can be made easily, as long as you have the appropriate tools. That is, a Makistu Mat some plastic wrap and a rice cooker with a nice paddle.

The crafting of chocolate profiterolles

My all time favorite desert, what I always order at the restaurant in France. One day I decided to just make it. And its not so hard.

Truffle Oil Burrata with Basil and Tomatoes

Quick and easy. Tomatoes, loads of basil, a nice burrata, drizzle with olive oil and balsamic glaze. 

Coq au Vin Blanc

A spin on the classic french dish coq au vin with white instead of red wine. I find that it is a bit lighter yet still delicious.

Basil Jalapeno Margarita

Its all about that salt rim. Throw in a little basil and let that feeling sink in.

Salmon and Potatoes Sesame Miso Ramen

I like to add all kind of stuff in my ramen. Here’s a new spin with salmon, potatoes and arugula.

Making of Bun cha Family Barbecue

When we do family barbecues we don’t mess around. Making Bún chả Hanoi Cha for 30 people is no big deal, since we all get to prepare it together.

Making of a world famous tacos night picnic

The guac’ is world famous! So I’ve been told. A zesty cilantro crema, seafood, meat and / or cumin flavored vegetarian tacos filling, you can have it. Your palate won’t regret you stopping by.

Seared Duck Breast with Shiitake & Truffle Miso Ramen

A long simmering broth made of Shiitake mushrooms and Miso, topped off with thinly sliced crispy seared duck breast, fried shallots and jalapeño, arugula, red cabbage, scallions, cilantro and truffle oil. Try also to substitute arugula for some charred bok-choy or gai-lan.

Blackberry and blueberry thin tart

A light, thin crust tart made of homemade fillo dough and pretty much just fruits. Oh of course and … B.U.T.T.E.R

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