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My sister brought this amazing version of "macaroni and cheese" back with her from Germany, and it is the ultimate comfort food! It's simple and absolutely delicious! She uses Emmental cheese, but if you can't find that in your local grocery store (I usually cannot) gruyere or swiss are still delicious options!
My Grandmother was an exceptional baker. There was always some tasty treat being created in her kitchen, using local ingredients, fruit from the garden, and always a big pot of tea on the go.
One of my favourites, amongst others, was her excellent Victoria Sponge Sandwich, a staple in their house, and the perfect addition to a huge cup of tea for a typical English late afternoon supper.
She would bake, wireless blaring out various songs of the hour, the beaded kitchen curtain tapping gently in the breeze, as my Grandfather hopped over the garden fence, back from work on the farm for his midday dinner. The kitchen was always adorned with a vase of freshly cut flowers from the garden, and a warm and welcoming atmosphere. My happy place and definitely my happy meal all rolled into one.
Created using watercolour and ink, and a sprinkling of Photoshop.
Just a super easy, flour-free cookie recipe which just happens to be my favorite to make at a moment’s notice. I sometimes add a packet of oatmeal or a rounded tablespoon of ground flaxseed meal. The cookies come out of the oven soft but then get a little harder and remain easy to bite into and break in two. I like to store them in a cookie tin, but they don’t store for long. These go as fast as they are quick to make!
A very easy recipe yet very delicious Oyakodon, one of my favorite Japanese Food. Basically you can use any meat or garnish from your refrigerator and just put it in one pan, but soy sauce and mirin is the game changer! so make sure you have one in your kitchen :)
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Probably the first dish I attempted to cook when I left home and I still find joy in making it wherever I am even after many years. It reminds me of the times when I was struggling to live on my own for the first time. And despite learning to cook quite a range of dishes now, I still find comfort in this Indian version of scrambled eggs - Egg Bhurji.
This gluten free recipe can be made with a couple spears of asparagus, some mushrooms, shallots and polenta topped off with a fried egg. This is a hearty bowl that can be put together within 30 minutes!