Photography, Soup

Beetroot Borscht

In Bucovina we have borscht. It is a dish that can be for rich people or for poor people because of the vegetable you use in it. In our home every soup that is sour we call it borscht. We make borscht sour with a homemade sour borscht which is good for a hangover too.… Continue reading Beetroot Borscht

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Maine dish, Photography

Skewers for a party

In our family we love to grill the meat, any meat and any time, and of course any vegetables. When you make skewers with different ingredients you have plenty possibilities. Vegetarian or not, they are the best when you have a party or you are feeding a crowd. My little one loves to make them.… Continue reading Skewers for a party

Photography, Useful

Book review – LOVE THY LEGUMES – SONALI SURATKAR

Being a person who has a healthy lifestyle, I was honored to write a review for Sonali’s book: “Love Thy Legumes”. I read it twice before writing this review, first as a person who loves great recipes and second as a person who has to write a review. It is the first time I am… Continue reading Book review – LOVE THY LEGUMES – SONALI SURATKAR

Maine dish, Photography

Risotto with mushrooms and turmeric

In this two posts Styling the risotto and Same food- different props I had my risotto as a central piece in my stories. I showed you different way to style the risotto and I promised that I will tell you the recipe too. So, here is my recipe. I started from the basic recipe for… Continue reading Risotto with mushrooms and turmeric

Maine dish, Photography

Vegetarian cauliflower pizza crust

I love a good pizza, made in a great oven using fire woods.  So, after I made some pizza in my oven, I discovered that I don’t like pizza made in my oven, so I needed to try something new. I found a pizza cauliflower crust recipe on the web and I said I was… Continue reading Vegetarian cauliflower pizza crust

Photography, Useful

Stinging nettle – your best friend

Nettles is also known as stinging nettle and has been use in the kitchen and medicine since old times. My mom used to put it in almost any food in the spring. We used to run in garden and get sting by it, when we were playing hide and seek.  I remember all the adults… Continue reading Stinging nettle – your best friend

Appetizer, Photography

Vegetarian spinach tart for St. Patrick’s Day

Today, the Irish people celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, which is the Patron Saint of Ireland. Since 1961, St Patrick has also been regarded as a patron saint of Nigeria, too. Dress in green, where a green wig, drink pints of Guinness, eat something green or cook Irish stews are way to celebrate the day. The… Continue reading Vegetarian spinach tart for St. Patrick’s Day