So much time has passed since I discovered this meal and since this photo was taken that – as usual – I have already thrown away the magazine which contained the original recipe.
So I have to apologize again for not remembering the name of the author any longer.
A bit ago I got two cat-sized zucchinis for free. The person who I got them from did ask if I even have any use for such large zucchinis, but I assured him that I am sure I’ll use them one way or another. I had no idea that cat-sized truly meant cat-sized – if not even bigger. Length almost half a meter and the thickest part 36 cm around. Even the smaller one of the two weighed over 2 kilograms. I have never before seen this big zucchini. Nonetheless, they were very firm and delicious. continue reading
In Finland makaronilaatikko (macaroni casserole) is one of the most popular home made traditional dishes. It was mostly festive food in Finland until the 1950s and it still is one of the casseroles to make during Christmas. Continue reading “Macaroni casserole” →
Simple is beautiful. And very often the most simple food is also the most delicious. One of these delicacies is broccoli in pine seed butter – this combination of three ingredients truly gives a delightful taste sensation. As one of my daughters said: “Best broccoli ever!”. And by the way, I agree! Continue reading “Broccoli in pine seed butter” →
On occasions I have been know to say that I’m not a very great friend of pastas, but after tasting this pasta sauce on several dishes I retract my statement – live and learn. Continue reading “Pasta sauce made of boletes, broccoli and smoked bacon” →
A new perfect performance from my soup series “What can be found in our fridge”. This time I picked some leftover champignons, a half broccoli and one already opened carton of cream from the depths of the fridge. As always there are onions, lemons, vegetable cubes and parsley available in there as well, but this time I also found some smoked bacon slices hiding in a corner. Continue reading “Two champignon soups” →