Homemade chicken curry spread

Homemade chicken curry spread

Anyone who's ever lived or visited Belgium, knows that there is one type of lunch we are mad for: 'Smoskes', which is a Flemish term for a roll or a piece of French baguette topped with various types of salads or spreads. The bun of the 'Smoske' is first spread with mayonnaise and then topped with vegetables (usually lettuce, tomatoes, sliced carrot and cucumbers) and sliced ​​hard-boiled egg. The…

Rabbit with Trappist beer, carrot and prunes

Rabbit with Trappist beer, carrot and prunes

After working on my brand new blog name, design and logo I'm so relieved to finally have the time again to actually cook and blog! Today's recipe is one I wanted to make for quite a while now as it's inspired by my home country Belgium. We have many national dishes that people would eat throughout the year, and one of them is rabbit and prunes. I have some very…

Avocado Hummus

Avocado Hummus

Last week I shared my first recipe of basic homemade falafel, but one of the things I served it with was another new recipe: avocado hummus! I'm an absolute sucker for hummus but I wanted to try something new, and decided to try it with avocado's, another one of my favourite things to eat. It might not be very traditional, but hey I'm all for pushing boundaries! You do need…

Homemade Flavourful Chickpea Falafel

Homemade Flavourful Falafel

I spent most of my life being completely unaware of how delicious falafel is, as I only discovered it around 3 years ago. I've been a huge fan ever since but I actually never attempted to make it myself, until last week and I can say for sure I will be doing this at least once a week. It's an ideal lunch during the weekend, it's so quick and you…

Traditional Antwerp Butter Cookies with Kerrygold butter and Guinness chocolate sauce

Traditional Antwerp Butter Cookies with Kerrygold butter and Guinness chocolate sauce

Antwerp, an absolute must-visit if you ever find yourself in Belgium. There's plenty on offer, there's a gorgeous Cathedral, a medieval fortress 't Steen, which you can find along the river, plenty of museums (Reubens, MAS, ..), a street dedicated to antiques, a stunning central station, a zoo, an impressive opera hall and a fabulous shopping street to name a few. But as with most cities in Belgium it's also rich…