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Quinoa Apple Granola

by Cook | Taste | Live on January 18, 2015, 20 comments

Are you eating cereal for breakfast? Then have you ever thought that you could make your own cereal at home instead of buying it at the store? Try to this homemade granola and I am sure that you will never opt for the store bought again. It’s cheaper, healthier and tastes amazing.

Beet and Green Apple Endive Salad

by Cook | Taste | Live on November 24, 2014, 10 comments

It was just a couple of months ago, that I ate endives for the first time. A Belgian friend introduced me to this lettuce-like vegetable that belongs to the chicory family and has this unique, slightly bitter taste. She even prepared for me one of the most popular Belgian dishes; endive ham au gratin.

Pear Applesauce (Unsweetened)

by Cook | Taste | Live on November 3, 2014, 8 comments

The first time I heard about applesauce I got so excited I couldn’t wait to try it. A healthy, sweet sauce that can substitute butter/oil in cakes and tastes like apple? This must be the most amazing and delicious thing in the world. So I found one of those skinny, low-fat kind of recipes that […]

Carrot & Apple Muffins

by Cook | Taste | Live on September 14, 2014, 6 comments

For many years, I believed that carrot cake is the weirdest cake of the entire cake world. I kept ignoring it and refused to taste it. It’s not that I hated carrots or something like that. I just couldn’t eat a cake that its main ingredient was carrot; the same vegetable that I used to […]

Mini Apple Muffins with Caramel

by Cook | Taste | Live on March 20, 2014, 2 comments

After spending the past 6 months in Germany I came to this conclusion; If sausage is the official German savoury delicacy, then apples must be Germany’s national fruit. A dish with apple as its main ingedient? The options are countless; Apples with pork, apples with¬†Sauerkraut (sour cabbage – Germans love it, I hate it), or […]

Spiced Pear and Walnut Muffins

by Cook | Taste | Live on October 21, 2013, 3 comments

What does Autumn taste and smell like? Is it the smell of the burning wood in the fireplace or the smell of the old yellow leaves on the ground? Fall has arrived; you can feel it in the crisp and chilly air and you can see it in your garden’s trees that have turned yellow, […]

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