If anything is delicious, it’s lemon curd! It makes you think of spring and it tastes like summer. What more do you want?
Have you over heard of Flammkuchen, a traditional Alsatian dish, also known as Tarte Flambée or Alsatian pizza? It is so simple and at the same time so versatile. Basically you can put on it whatever you like.
Peas, I have liked them ever since I can remember. But only lately I have discovered how brilliant they are to make a good soup.
Do you also go nuts only thinking about nuts? Can you not pass by the market stall selling nuts without buying anything? Do you have a nose for the smell of freshly roasted nuts and seeds? Well, you have a very good reason to be!
It is one of those days where it is cold outside but at the sun is shining brightly. I hear you thinking… ‘is spring coming soon?’
Crackers, one of these things that I have always liked. The bite and crunchiness, love it!
Looking for those moments where the whole house smells utterly delicious of freshly roasted nuts, seeds and spices. Well, here you go, you just need to get going with this home made granola. I promise you, ones tasted you will be hooked… and will never buy at store again.
Ginger syrup is something I really love to use in cooking asian food and I even add it to my homemade granola. The sweet slightly sharp taste is something I adore. what about you? Also fond of ginger?
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spinach pancakes Course: Main Course, Side Dish Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 30 minutes cooling time: 30 minutes Total Time: 35 minutes Servings: 10 pancakes Calories: 80 kcal Author: sanne gluten-free spinach pancakes with fresh herbs Print Ingredients 45 gr rice flour 45 gr buckwheat flour 300 ml almond milk unsweetened 3 eggs 30…