Belgian fries?! To the rest of the world they are known as ‘French fries’ but they do originate from Belgium. We love our fries. We eat them as a meal on its own or accompanied by different sorts of meats, like a burger. All is served in a take away format with mayonnaise, curry or … Continue reading DIY Belgian fries in the oven.
As I try to eat more what nature provides us with every season, I think it’s time to address the gherkins. I’ve been given roughly two kilos fresh-from-the-garden ones by my father-in-law who has a beautiful garden and a real feel for it. As I know people who eat them raw like a snack or … Continue reading DIY Sweet & Sour Gherkins.
Public health, medicine and vaccines are a hot topic, especially during this pandemic - still ongoing - as I write this post. Is there a vaccine for COVID-19, when, what and how? Science is ever evolving which is a wonderful thing. As long as there is enough funding researchers look for cures for HIV and … Continue reading Is the future of research vegan?
I started this series when I was ill at home. All I wanted to do was to stay inside and to curl up in a bowl. Being depressed robs you of your energy, pleasure in life, the will to take care of yourself and of going outside the door. A little silver lining (I you … Continue reading Easy recipes for difficult days – DIY Granola.
In summer I can really enjoy an ice-cold limoncello after a hot day. When dinner is done, the sun sets and a breeze is welcome, I take my homemade limoncello out of the freezer, enjoy listening to the birds and watching my dog. If you want to make your own, it’s really really easy and … Continue reading Easy recipes for difficult days. Limoncello.