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A Month Later A Month Later By Notes of a Foodie 11/28/11 13:20 I can't believe it has been a months since I last posted something. That was definitely not my planning, it really wasn't supposed to go this way. Fall just flew by. I'm actually already thinking about what I will cook for Christmas (you too?), thinking...
Autumnal Orange and Spice Cake Autumnal Orange and Spice Cake By Notes of a Foodie 10/27/11 17:06 Last week we (my fellow students and me) dealt with Shakespeare's 'King Lear' during our English Literary History classes. Not the most cheerful play to be reading and talking about for a whole week. Rather Tragic, actually. (Duh, Shakespeare and tragic,...
Thai Pumpkin Soup Thai Pumpkin Soup By Notes of a Foodie 10/14/11 16:36 And there it was, the fall.. In all its colorful glory. My favorite time of the year. The forests just smell amazing, and are mysterious with that low sun so particular for this time of the year. And the farmers markets have so much to offer. My dreams...
Wanted: Student Friendly Oven (raw date & fig tarts recipe) Wanted: Student Friendly Oven (raw date & fig tarts recipe) By Notes of a Foodie 09/27/11 13:11 Right now I’m sitting in a train to visit my family and friends in Holland. My dad promised to make his ‘famous’ pizza tonno tonight as a welcome dinner and I look forward to enjoying it with a glass of red wine and my favourite company. Besides my dad...
Whole Wheat Banana and Blueberry Breakfast Muffins Whole Wheat Banana and Blueberry Breakfast Muffins By Notes of a Foodie 09/14/11 12:50 My best friend, a psychology student, once told me it takes at least two weeks before you get used to something new. Tomorrow it will be two weeks since I moved into this 'new' city, and guess what, it's already starting to feel like home. Two weeks.. ,...
New City, New Kitchen, New Coffee New City, New Kitchen, New Coffee By Notes of a Foodie 09/08/11 15:45 Here I am, drinking coffee in the coffee shop I already decided to be my favorite, in a city that I should now describe as my home. It has been exactly a week since we packed all my stuff piled in my fathers study (he is so happy he has his study back by...
Sweet Breakfast Quinoa Sweet Breakfast Quinoa By Notes of a Foodie 08/30/11 09:54 It did take a few months before I finally made quinoa for breakfast. The idea popped into my head while I was making this salad a few months ago, but I somehow forgot about it.. And when I made that salad again last week, I remembered my desire to created...
Risotto, Boxes, More Boxes and Adele Risotto, Boxes, More Boxes and Adele By Notes of a Foodie 08/24/11 01:27 There's a serious situation going on over here.. All I'm craving for dinner is risotto. The newest album from Adele is on repeat, all the time. Oh boy, that lady can sing. So what's going?! Didn't you just had the most fantastic summer? I asked myself....
Home, Apple Pie, Blackberries & Flowers Home, Apple Pie, Blackberries & Flowers By Notes of a Foodie 08/19/11 23:53 Though I really shouldn't be writing a post right now (read; unpacking, washing, sorting things out, answering emails, and, you know, everything you have to do after being weeks from home), I find myself wanting to post a little something.. It has been...
To Celebrate Summer, a Home-Made Frozen Yoghurt Fiesta To Celebrate Summer, a Home-Made Frozen Yoghurt Fiesta By Notes of a Foodie 07/28/11 16:34 After Morocco and Spain, and a few weeks back in the Netherlands, I find myself packing my suitcase again.. Packing for England and France! Ready for another adventure.. This time however the trips will be less 'exotic' and less stressful (I actually studied...
Fruit Yoghurt, Moroccan Style Fruit Yoghurt, Moroccan Style By Notes of a Foodie 07/25/11 12:17 This post is sort of a part of the post about Moroccan sweets and desserts from last week. Maybe it's not really a post. I like to think of it as a short note, a note with the recipe for this fruit yoghurt they served us for breakfast in our Riad in Marrakesh....
Potato Salad with Radish, Dill and Lemon - Guest Post with Bread and Milk and Blackberries Potato Salad with Radish, Dill and Lemon - Guest Post with Bread and Milk and Blackberries By Notes of a Foodie 07/20/11 20:47 Here it is! The guest post for Notes of a Foodie written by my friend and fellow blogger Ruth from Bread and Milk and Blackberries. (Hurray!) Ruth and I have started some kind of 'guest post exchange' and so far it has been a lot of fun! (And I'm pretty...
Morocco المغرب part four (Gribas & Oranges) Morocco المغرب part four (Gribas & Oranges) By Notes of a Foodie 07/16/11 13:27 I love sweet. Anything sweet. Chocolate is on my menu every single day. Always dark chocolate, only a small piece or two, but I would never ever consider not eating it. Oh, and dark chocolate is healthy right?! But it's not just the chocolate, I'm also...
Finnish Sour Cream Cake with Spices and Berries - Guest Post with Bread and Milk and Blackberries Finnish Sour Cream Cake with Spices and Berries - Guest Post with Bread and Milk and Blackberries By Notes of a Foodie 07/12/11 16:40 I'm excited (and also kind of proud) to announce my (very first) guest post with Bread and Milk and Blackberries. If you want to learn more about 'how and why', and/or are looking for a Sour Cream Cake recipe, visit Ruth's lovely blog for the post! Hope...
Morocco المغرب part three (Shrimp Briouates & Chicken Tagine) Morocco المغرب part three (Shrimp Briouates & Chicken Tagine) By Notes of a Foodie 07/09/11 14:43 The two biggest 'projects' of the class were making the briouates and the tagine. Surprisingly, preparing the tagine didn't took as long as I expected, it just has to simmer for a very long time. Making the briouates however is a whole other story.. Let's...
Morocco المغرب part two (+ More Traditional Salads) Morocco المغرب part two (+ More Traditional Salads) By Notes of a Foodie 07/01/11 13:14 Remember my whole 'I want to write about the food in Marrakesh in four parts' thing? Well, there are going to be five.. While reading the recipes and notes I have from the cooking class, I realized I didn't want to push all of them in one post. Last week...
Morocco المغرب part one (Spices & Salade Marocaine) Morocco المغرب part one (Spices & Salade Marocaine) By Notes of a Foodie 06/23/11 17:37 Before I start writing 'part one', I want to make clear why I decided to start writing in parts in the first place. Me and my mother had the privilege to spend a few days in Marrakesh a few weeks ago. It was incredible, beyond my expectations. And the food,...
Grape, Walnut and Smoked Chicken Salad (+ a Thank You) Grape, Walnut and Smoked Chicken Salad (+ a Thank You) By Notes of a Foodie 06/19/11 11:12 One of the main do's of my ‘to do in your four month summer break' was giving my beloved grandparents a visit. Something I planned to do for quite a while, but kept postponing since there always seemed to be work/study to stop me. Last week I finally saw...
Summer + Lunchtime = Recipe Idea Summer + Lunchtime = Recipe Idea By Notes of a Foodie 06/13/11 18:58 Something very odd is going on in the Netherlands.. Instead of a Spring full of rain and cloudy days, there's actually been a drought. Above 25 °C most of the time, and it even hits the 30 today. For some of you this isn't strange at all, and maybe even...
Forever Young Forever Young By Notes of a Foodie 06/09/11 21:19 Oh my.. You are not going to believe what I just did last weekend. In honor of my beloved parents birthday (they both turned fifty this year), there were over fifty (!) people in our house to feed. And yes, I fed them all! Feeding fifty people requires...
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