I love to cook everything in one big pot. You can prepare lot of food like that, everyone can take everything or just whichever piece like. And when you do not have that much time to stand next to stove (sometimes like me when little Canito needs a nit more attention) than this dish is … Continue reading Big pot of everything!
Quinoa. Becoming more and more popular and fashionable, so called superfood, a complete protein and fantastic wheat-free alternative... It has became part of our menu as well. This time with pieces of chicken and radish - spinach salad aside. What do you need: red and white quinoa with bulgur wheat 500 g chicken breasts 6 tomatoes … Continue reading Red and white quinoa with bulgur wheat, chicken and radish salad aside
Spanish birds, or in other words stuffed roast beef rolls. Despite the name of the recipe, it does not come from Spain. This name has quite long history, it comes from the court of Emperor Rudolf II. His mother was Marie of Spain and therefore, they used to have Spanish cook. They used to prepare stuffed … Continue reading Spanish birds
Me and my husband love meet. All types. And we like to try new recipes, playing with herbs, fruit, sauces. This time I have prepared marinated pork medallions in sweet sauce, prepared with baked red - skinned potatoes, spinach and Feta cheese. I have chosen red potatoes as I like them a bit more. Because of their … Continue reading Marinated pork medallions with baked red potatoes, spinach and Feta cheese
I cannot believe that time has gone so fast and our little one is already 7 months old. I still remember our trip to Mexico and then the Monday morning with his unexpected early arrival to this world. But our premature Canito is catching up well and we are still getting used to each other … Continue reading Seven months of motherhood with eyes of traveller
Pumpkin - this autumnal vegetable is part of our spring menu already few weeks as our little one is trying new tastes. And carrot is part of his almost daily menu as well. Therefore, I have decided to prepare spicy pumpkin - carrot soup and support this way our Canito. What do you need for … Continue reading Spicy pumpkin – carrot soup with Indonesian crackers
When I was younger I used to watch series where kids were introducing different types of cuisine from all over the world. And I was always amazed how much fruits and vegetables is introduced to children in different cultures. Children eat fruits and vegetables for lunch and dinner and do not have face full of … Continue reading Little Columbus and his experience with first solid food