In Pozba, our small village in the South-West region of Slovakia, summer for me mostly means relaxing, but there is also working around our house and garden, visiting family and friends, and eating lots of delicious local foods.
This dish is definitely different than your regular scrambled eggs. What makes them different? The original Hungarian smoked sausage and the Hungarian paprika spice that is used. Both a little bit on the spicy side, if possible.
Her name is Anna Jones. She is a young cook, a freelance food stylist, a writer, living in London. They call her Great Britain’s “new Nigella,” referring to the popular British cook, Nigella Lawson.
Warm weather and ice cold lemonade – a winning combination. The preparation of this favorite soft drink is very simple. Dissolve some sugar in water, add lemon juice, and you are done. There are other ways to make it while using a healthier sweetener.
I love the simplicity of classic scrambled eggs. Especially, when I scramble them in duck fat. Farm fresh eggs are always a bonus.
There is nothing more satisfying than starting your day by eating fruit. Here is a wonderful fruit salad full of nutrients that you can vary according to what fruit is in season. Aim for a colorful bowl.
My birthday present with the gift note “Happy cooking and happy blogging!” arrived on Friday afternoon. I could not have been happier! The newest Nigel Slater cookbook A Year of Good Eating: The Kitchen Diaries III, sent from Great Britain, ordered by my son. Thank you, Dávid!
These unique walnut bars are one of my childhood favorites. In Hungarian we informally called it “sárgatetejű,” which mean “bars with yellow icing.” The recipe comes from my mother’s treasured collection.
When you quickly want to prepare a simple dessert which is delicious and not very sweet, this could be it. The recipe is from Frame-by-Frame Quick & Easy, a visual step-by-step cookbook from the British series Love Food. The orange could be replaced with any kind of citrus fruit. In my opinion, the cream is best when served warm.
This cake uses a special, soft and moist, very dark brown sugar with a distinctive flavor, called muscovado sugar. You can substitute it with regular brown sugar, but you will lose the almost caramel-like molasses taste. The cake would still be wonderfully delicious.
Pudding for breakfast? Yes, from gluten-free chia seeds containing lots of vitamins, calcium, and antioxidants. Soak the seeds in milk overnight and you have a simple, healthy, and delicious breakfast.
“This Middle-Eastern style snack is both tasty and filled with microbiota accessible carbohydrates,” write Justin and Erica Sonnenburg in their book The Good Gut: Taking Control of Your Weight, Your Mood, and Your Long Term Health. They named the snack “Cashews for Your Commensals” but for the sake of simplicity I call it “Turmeric Cashews” after Heidi Swanson, who published a recipe by this name last May on her blog 101 Cookbooks.