French cheese board © Reka Csulak

Cheese board guide

Home-made cheese boards are so popular when you have a bunch of people invited for special occasions, so regarding the upcoming holidays, I share some tips about what to consider when you create your cheese selection, select the bread and crackers and other garnishes. The basic cheese types You can start with 3 types of cheeses up to a bountiful selection consider these type of … Continue reading Cheese board guide

Goat cheese and fig sandwich © Reka Csulak

Sandwich with goat cheese and figs

I really love to eat brunch, but sometimes I keep breakfast as simple as possible and I like to keep some meat-free days during my week. Autumnal harvest brings much delicious produce to markets and one of my favorites are figs. This sandwich is very simple since I want you to focus on this amazing fruit with some additional textures and matching flavors. INGREDIENTS 2 slices of … Continue reading Sandwich with goat cheese and figs

Mediterranean salad in a jar © Reka Csulak

Mediterranean salad in a jar

I love hiking. This passion started at primary school where I’ve joined a hiking group to discover the beautiful mountains of Hungary. When you climb for hours to glimpse the scenery you’ve never seen before, nothing is better to rest in the lap of nature and eat something delicious to please all of your senses. With a little effort, you can prepare a superb hiking … Continue reading Mediterranean salad in a jar

Fig and coppa sandwich © Reka Csulak

Coppa, goat’s curd and figs on crispy ciabatta

Magyarul  ⇣  Coppa, goat’s curd and figs on crispy ciabatta Start your day with a ‘slice’ of Italy. The fresh, premium ingredients on a slice of crispy ciabatta bread… who needs a better start in the morning? The Coppa is made of lean Italian pork neck marinated with rustic spices, gently smoked over beach wood and air-dried for three months. INGREDIENTS Thin slices of coppa from … Continue reading Coppa, goat’s curd and figs on crispy ciabatta