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Berbere cooked whole chicken

Berbere spiced slow cooked chicken

Every now and then I come across a recipe or a flavour that I just know I have to make. When I came across the spice mix Berbere it sounded irresistable. Berbere is an African, mainly Ethiopian spice mix that is complex, fragrant and delicious. It smells inticing in the jar and even more so … Continue reading

smoked mackerel with teriyaki sauce and crispy rice

Smoked Mackerel Teriyaki with crispy rice

When I grew up my mom sometimes bought a whole, smoked mackerel. She removed skin and bones, boiled potatoes and stewed some spinach, a quick and easy lunch and I always loved it. Smoked mackerel tastes wonderful, if you have a fishmonger to buy it from go there and buy it. It will most likely … Continue reading

Wild Garlic Meatballs

Wild Garlic Meatballs

Reading the news is sometimes very depressing but every now and then something funny pops up. In this case all of the sudden, all over my social media feeds the news had broken that the famous Swedish meatball isn’t Swedish, it originates from Turkey. I have to say I did know that but I am … Continue reading

Wild Garlic Za'atar

Wild Garlic Za’atar

It seems like we have waited, and waited and waited for Spring to arrive. It came very slowly, challenged by late winter storms and icy winds from the East. Signs started to show up and the first to come up and brave the cold was crocus growing in a sheltered spot. They made me so … Continue reading

Rich beef stew

Rich beef and mushroom stew

I was looking in my fridge the other day and came to the conclusion that I didn’t have enough of any one ingredient to make a dish. I had a bit of everything and in the end the only solution was to make a stew. I just love when you can use up whatever you … Continue reading

Pulled Beef Pie

Pulled Beef and Marscapone Pie

Do you ever get a touch of food rage? I do sometimes when things go wrong, and they do but thankfully not very often. I make pasta every week for the market and usually it is a fairly smooth affair. Last week I had my heart set on making pulled beef ravioli. The beef was … Continue reading

Chilies and hibiscus

Hibiscus and Romano pepper Harissa

There are different ways to brighten up a grey day and mine was absolutely made better by a fantastic goodybag from a friend. It was filled with different kinds of dried chillies! I unpacked them and immediately thought of making an harissa. Until a few weeks ago I had never made my own harissa. I … Continue reading

slow cooked glazed ribs

Slow cooked, blood orange syrup glazed ribs

A friend of mine was talking about one of her favorite restaurants, they are dedicated to ribs. It sounded delicious and the only problem is that the restaurant is in Belgium. Ever since I have been thinking about ribs. Last saturday at the market the butcher had brought pork ribs and I knew thay had … Continue reading

Heatonomy Reaper Hotsauce

The one year Heatonomy anniversary

What is a year? Some years go past almost unnoticed and some come and go with a bang.  The past twelve months have been so different from any other twelve months in my life. After spending years looking for the perfect hot sauce I decided to make my own. I tried it on countless friends … Continue reading

Enoki mushroom and rice Noodle Soup

Noodle Soup in the last of winter

This year has been colder than in a very long time. Winter arrived late and it doesn’t quite seem to want to let go. Snow is still lingering and Spring like days are mixed with winter. It was cold when I woke up and I hadn’t warmed up at all so I decided to make … Continue reading