In today’s post I’m talking all things India, where I spent the last month doing my yoga teacher training. So, here’s a little throwback, and I am also introducing you to the basics of Ayurveda. There’s an Ayurvedic breakfast recipe for you, too – all in collaboration with Valensina!
Sometimes you have to face reality: Winter can be cruel, dark, cold and disgusting. Not even lit christmas trees, candle light and 1-m-long scarfs can help that fact. However, that is exactly where spiced hot chocolate with salted caramel sauce gets into the game. It warms our souls and has an unhealthy content of sugar, which makes us all the more happy, I am sure. Take that, winter!
Hello friends! I’m back! Back from India, and back online (for those of you who missed it, I was without my laptop for the last week; I thought it was broken, but turns out my laptop just couldn’t handle the heat in India). Today calls for another recipe I created with Florette Deutschland: Linguine with carrot walnut pesto!
Hi again from Goa! It’s still not yet time for me to tell you more about my Indian experience (the wifi is too poor to be able to upload videos on Youtube). Instead, I have a few recipes lined up still which I want to share with you – starting with these roasted beetroots with lentils and goat’s cream cheese, another recipe I created for Florette.
I can’t be entirely sure but given that it’s the 6th of a new month, the latest issue of Mio magazine including my food column has probably been delivered to my mailbox back home at the end of last week. This month I have contributed a traditionally British recipe (with a healthy twist): fish cakes with parsnip mash.
It’s almost the weekend – thank god, I can’t wait for this one –, and I am sharing with you another recipe I created for Florette Deutschland today on the blog. Get ready for a colorful fun dish to share with a bunch of people this weekend: Spinach tortillas with falafels, pepper mango salsa and hummus. Enjoy!
I believe that almost nothing beats a steaming bowl of Hokkaido squash soup on a chilly Autumn night, topped with fresh coriander, goat’s cream cheese and crispy fried prawns. It’s pure comfort food, but the healthy kind. Find the recipe for my favourite simple and quick Hokkaido squash soup below!
Good morning Sunday, let’s make this one a lazy one – with a delicious breakfast in bed and possibly an autumnal walk in the nature later today. How does a vegan banana peanut butter bread sound for breakfast? It’s quick and easy to make, and doesn’t require many ingredients. Enjoy!