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Angèle's Art

Lage Zwaluwe, Noord-Brabant, NL

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My colleague wrote this: Angèle is Superwoman!
She is one of those rare individuals who has mastered both creative and technical aspects. She has great vision: is inventive, energetic and solution oriented. She is an excellent motivator and a great team player. One of the most talented and inspiring people with whom I've ever worked.

I'm a great fan of sailing, cooking and combining these activities!

Recipes By Angèle's Art

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A Sailors dessert: Fruit Soup by Angèle's Art

Lage Zwaluwe, Noord-Brabant, NL

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On board of our sailboat we keep our fruit and vegetables best in a little hammock. Fruit is the ideal ingredient for a refreshing dessert on a beautiful warm summer day.

You should use iced cava, champagne, sparkling wine or prosecco. The (small) children get their own "Sailors fruit soup" with 7-Up or Sprite.

And if you want the "light" version, replace the cava half with sparkling water.

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Do you want to warm up? Drink this Grog! by Angèle's Art

Lage Zwaluwe, Noord-Brabant, NL

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When it's cold outside, this hot whisky with citrus & spices is the perfect way to warm up. You only need some hot water and furthermore just look in your (boat) cabinets and give it a go.

The origin of the grog goes back to the 17th century. On long sea voyages beer or wine was added to the drinking water. After the English victory over Jamaica in 1655, the use of beer and wine was ousted by rum and sugar. When it was discovered that scurvy was caused by a vitamin deficiency, lemon juice was added. The result; "Grog!". However, we prefer whiskey instead of rum.

This time I have used the things I had on my boat: Whisky, a lemon, an orange and sugar. But you better go wild on this one and use for example cinnamon, ginger, clove or honey.That will spice up your drinks!

Prefer no alcohol, because you're still sailing!
Take a glass of tea with two teaspoons of honey dissolved in it, then add lemon zest, lemon juice and orange zest to it. Let it pull and enjoy!

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Fast & Hot gives power to the sailor (Pasta with chorizo & pimentón) by Angèle's Art

Lage Zwaluwe, Noord-Brabant, NL

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We love to visit the start of the Volvo Ocean Race in Alicante. Not only the sailing but also the Spanish kitchen. It's there where I always buy Pimentón de la vera "El Ángel"(what's in a name!). A perfect spice to use in a perfect dish. Pasta with chorizo & pimentón.

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Little sailors love Crab (fish-) Burgers by Angèle's Art

Lage Zwaluwe, Noord-Brabant, NL

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The usual picture in the marina. Once your boat is tied up at a dock and your teenagers found their WiFi, the small children frequently go out to catch crabs.
A whole bucket full! So that we can all come and watch the crab racing!
The famous question is always; "Are we eating crab tonight?" "Nooooo" is often the answer. Until you've tasted this delicious "crab(fish-)burger." The challenging basis for yet another delicious recipe.

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Sailors Chicken Cinnamon by Angèle's Art

Lage Zwaluwe, Noord-Brabant, NL

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This recipe is a fantastic combination of chicken with cinnamon sweetened with slices of peach. Big advantage is that you can toss all your ingrediënts into a saute pan, you have no stress and no mess!!

If you are a vegetarian you could use chicken chunks from the Vegetarian Butcher (in the Netherlands)

‘I made this recipe in the Sketchbook Skool “Draw it Like it’s Hot”‘

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Sailors Saté Sandwich by Angèle's Art

Lage Zwaluwe, Noord-Brabant, NL

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On board of our sailing boat we love to make saté sandwiches with ready made naanbread or homemade.
Sailing across the Northsea makes eating these sandwiches even tastier.

‘I made this recipe in the Sketchbook Skool “Draw it Like it’s Hot”‘