Us students can sometimes struggle with eating enough vegetables. That’s why this dish is, well, perfect, because this green shakshuka will get you so many vitamins that you can study extra hard! (Or do whatever else it is you do with that extra energy)
If I could tell my younger (student) self something, I would say that there are more possibilities for side dishes than just potatoes, macaroni and rice. Really, I think I ate one out of those three neeaaarly every day…. And now that I’m older, and still a student, I’m very happy I found so many more variations. Today, I’ll show you my first attempt at cooking polenta fries!
I’ll post more recipes very soon, promised! But today I want to share something different. It’s a story from when I was young, and it just popped into my head when I couldn’t sleep last night. It’s a special story to me, and I think it shows the kindness some people posess. In fact, it’s one of the only memories I remember clearly from that age.
Ohhhh today I have a real treat for you! When I started living on my own, and cooking for myself, I always bought a dressing in the supermarket because I simply didn’t know how easy it was to make them myself. And now I can’t even remember the last time I bought one of those dressings! This dressing is perfect for over your salad, vegetables, mozzarella or even meat.
Today I thought I’d do something different, share something different… And combine personal stories with relevant issues. So many people I speak to feel unhappy, but where does that feeling come from? And more importantly – do we have reasons to feel like this?
I like to read, and I like to write. That’s why I figured I’d give this a shot… 🙂
A question that follows would be “why do we feel like underachievers” and I plan to discuss that next time.
I bought a new wok last week so stir-fries is what we will eat! This is a delicious yet simple mix of spinach, eggplant garlic and curry madras herbs with less salt. Perfect as a side dish or dinner with some meat.
Last Monday I was invited to enjoy a delicious dinner at Indonesian restaurant Bali James in Breda together with around 20 other bloggers/foodies/people from the industry. This event was to raise awareness for the fact that Indonesian food can perfectly well be combined with wines, and to let us get to know the wines they have on their menu.
In this post I’ll write all about the experiences at my first media event: food – wines – connections – experience!