The first time I ever made chicken and dumplings, was a total disaster. I mean, complete, utter, insane bad, terrible, icky goo. I’d used a recipe I found online and the explanation was just terrible. At least for someone who’d never made it before. The dumplings just fell apart and became gooey [...]
We had walked around all day, in the rain. We had visited places and were tired and hungry. The perfect situation to eat stamppot. The traditional Dutch dinner – hearthy, warming, and pretty dang tasty too!
Thursday was moving day. At 8am the movers arrived at our old house and after a cup of coffee they started loading [...]
Tonight we’re eating ‘boerenkool met worst’ or the traditional Dutch curly kale ‘stamppot’ (mash).
It’s traditionally eaten with smoked sausage and jus, with a possibility of added bacon bits.
See how I’m saying with jus and not with ‘au jus’. Yep. That might be my biggest pet peeve in English food-language. Seriously. Jus comes from [...]
Yes, not only did I manage to participate in the Daring Bakers challenge this month, I also finished the daring cooks challenge. Who am I kidding, I didn’t just finish it, I rocked it, right the night the challenge was posted, I made my wonderful (somewhat) whole wheat tasty happy great awesome [...]
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