Hungry children aged three, five and seven don’t leave much room for fancy dishes. I just see to it that they get a more than adequate amount of vegetables, a fatty cut of meat, and sometimes potatoes because they can handle the energy. Continue reading
Today, a friend of ours was coming over for dinner. With a bottle of wine.
Obviously, in such a case, the important thing is to be with our guest and chat as long as possible. I needed a simple, quick dish, using the leftovers of this weeks groceries.
Ahh, it’s not easy being conscientious in this day and age. Fish, yes. Very healthy, yees. But our oceans are not so pristine anymore, and we take more than the oceans can actually provide long term. So, what’s it going to be?
Another recipe by the Belgian paleo guru Pascale Naessens.
Although she never uses the P word in her cookbooks, her recipes are inspired by the same pure, healthy whole food principles. Fully recommended! I believe at least some of her books are translated in english.
It’s Monday, which means sleeping in, cleaning house – now and then – and grocery shopping for me. Early in the afternoon, my mum will pick me up and we’ll drive to my sister’s house. As I do every Monday afternoon, I’ll look after my sister’s kids and cook for them and spend an evening with them, until my sister arrives rather late from work.