Probably I’m getting old or something has changed during the extreme heat wave in the UK since I’m not able to eat hot food for lunch at all. I start my day with a warm breakfast and later I eat only ice cream, chilled soup or uncooked stuff. Quick fruit soups are my summertime favorites. Add fine Prosecco to a creamy strawberry soup and the result will be … Continue reading Strawberry Prosecco soup
Even if Spring is here, a warming soup is always good on chilly evenings. I’ve really missed this tomato soup… my mum prepared it very often as a quick meat free lunch or dinner from my grandma’s home made tomato passata.
Magyarul ⇣ Roasted cauliflower and leek soup Recipe source: Blogtastic Food http://www.blogtasticfood.com/vegetarian-roasted-cauliflower-and-leek-soup/ After a long walk on a rainy day in London probably everyone would craving for a warming soup. I used this opportunity and prepared the recipe of Nicolas from Blogtastic Food. We already had a collaboration when he invited me to create a new dish with his pulled pork recipe… you can see … Continue reading Roasted cauliflower and leek soup
Magyarul ⇣ Creamy cheddar soup with premium lager in home baked bread Recipe Source: Street Kitchen Blog http://streetkitchen.hu/2016/12/06/a_tokeletes_levescipo_sajtleves Since this recipe is in Hungarian, You can find a basic but handy vocabulary here to figure out what kind of ingredients you need. If I see a soup served in a little round bread, it always reminds me to the little, traditional restaurants at the countryside with white walls, thatched roof … Continue reading Creamy cheddar soup with premium lager in home baked bread
It was already late November in Sweden when I had the chance to taste this yummy dish for the first time. One day in lunchtime this creamy, warming soup was the best thing what happened to us after we spent the half day with some autumnal work at the garden of Timjan Cafè and Restaurant. This recipe is from the owner, Christina. She was so … Continue reading Chanterelle soup
Magyarul ⇣ Pigeon broth – Christmas 2016 The last time I ate pigeon broth was about 6 years ago, when my grandpa made it. I really like its unique flavour but till now I had no chance to do it by myself. I never dared to undertake such a thing like this, but this time it seemed to be easier and faster to order wild pigeon meat … Continue reading Pigeon broth