Braised lamb, eggs, asparagus ribbons

After discovering shakshuka, thanks to the king Ottolenghi OBVIOUSLAYYY, I totally fell for the one-pan-dish-finished-by-adding-eggs-idea. Runny egg yolks are all of the pretties 👀 and tasties 👅  Superyay for undeveloped chickinz 🙌 About the list of ingredients: don’t worry if there’s something you didn’t find or don’t have in stock. Just make sure you get the sour/spice…

BUTTER #makeyourown

Soooooooo butter… I love butter. And other fats. But butter tho… So when I saw this and then this Bon Appétit-recipe for cultured butter, the need for a butter experiment was born. I went and produced two types and had a butter tasting, which is how I’d like to spend every weekend, really. Riiiiiiight, so I tried to make…

Crunchy Thai beef salad

Like I said: it’s the GRILL ERRRRTHANGGGG season  The idea of red meat and a funky fish sauce / lime combo gets me salivating no matter what. I mean: AMIRITE. AMIRIIIIIIITE. For two: 1 steak (I used a 200g piece of Irish ribeye) 1 cucumber 1 bunch of coriander 1 handful of radishes 3 romaine lettuce…

Charred radicchio, cherry vinaigrette

YAS! Grill errthannnnng. Got this idea from Serious Eats’ Cherry and Jicama Salad. Radicchio works of course well on a grill and the bitter is doused in a sweet/sour cherry gastrique 🍒 For two plates: 2 heads of radicchio 200g destoned cherries 1 cup of dry white wine 0,5 cup white wine vinegar 3 medium shallots, thinly…

Spiced lukewarm green salad

A Middle-Eastern-spiced salad that is perfectly fulfilling on its own but would work well with a piece of lamb, chicken or white fish too. serves 2 – 3  persons 350 g small potatoes 3 small red onions 0,5 t cumin seeds 0,5 t coriander seeds, slightly crushed in a mortar 6 spring onions, sliced 3 cloves of…