All you need is a pizza crust, cheese, potatoes and leeks. This simple white pizza is fixing that winter comfort food craving, puts dinner on the table (or sofa table) under 35 minutes and gives you 2 winter vegetables out of your 5 a day. It’s a great way to use up fresh cheese about to expire like ricotta and burrata and dried grated cheese leftovers.
This little magical powder can be used in sooo many ways beyond baking, let me share a few tips and tricks that will ve you run to the store to get some more! and it is eco-friendly to use this natural ingredient! SODIUM BICARBONATE – baking soda, bicarbonate of soda, bicarb –
The days are getting longer ( yippeee) and I am craving some sunshine. In Brussels it might not be easy to come by real sunshine so I add it to my plate. Citrus can be grown in wet and cold Belgium, proof is my mom has tons, tons and tons of lemons from only a few trees in her garden. She does have to put the trees in the greenhouse to overwinter but a great harvest every winter.
I am trying to throw away nothing and fail pretty much every week at something but I am doing a whole lot better than before and won’t give up! I do ‘ve a compost bin on my terrace so I ‘ve not thrown any fruit, veg scraps or used tea in the bin for a year. There is always room for improvement so I am trying to use up all of the fruit and veg scraps as well. It requires a bit of creativity and mostly getting clever in the freezer. Often you don’t have enough scraps to make a quiche that week but store your uncooked veg scraps in the freezer and when you got enough, you make a quiche, casserole, soup, frittata, pesto, fritters, jam, preserves, scones or cake.