There are times when I feel like cooking complicated dishes, using unknown ingredients and exploring new techniques. I love browsing foreign food stores and coming home with new products I’ve never seen before. I like to experiment with different ways of preparing risotto (to me, nothing beats the classic preparation – stirred in a pan) or bake the most delicate soufflés.
But there are also many times when my cooking has to be fast. (more…)
The first time I had hummus was about fifteen years ago, in a restaurant in Eilat. While our family was waiting for our dishes to arrive, the waiter presented us a bowl with a creamy dip, accompanied by some flatbread. None of us knew what that dip exactly was, but we absolutely loved it and savored the bowl in minutes. (more…)
Celebrating Easter for me is synonymous with a festive and extensive breakfast enjoyed with the family. With simple dishes, prepared with loving care and some extra attention to the styling and presentation. And needless to say that Easter means eggs, both the normal and chocolate version please.
No matter how you celebrate, you will definitely find something suitable in this selection. These recipes are a mix of traditional breakfast dishes, sweet treats and savory snacks that are perfect for a delicious Easter gathering. Enjoy! (more…)
I’m often asked about my style of cooking; how I would define my kitchen philosophy. And while I find that such a hard question to answer (because it varies all the time and is totally depended on my mood, the available time, season and occasion), I think that the name of this site says a lot. (more…)
Some of my favorite dishes come together when I’m just using the ingredients I have on hand and that’s exactly what happened with this sandwich. (more…)