The Last Life Cycle Story…for now!

After cycling through 7 countries in 6 months, a total of 8300 kilometres, 550 hours at an average of 15 km per hour (my dad did the math). And now the day has arrived that the dream I’ve been living is coming to an end. After a half year of pure freedom, amazing moments, meeting […]

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No bake chocolate cake from Enzo, Verona

Enzo is the Italian chef who creates the most incredible dishes with his simplicity. it’s al about the secret family recipes. Enzo cycled the whole world by him self and still is very curious to others stories. What a great evening we had. As I said before, this recipe is passed from generation to generation. The […]

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‘Connecting the dots’

”You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something — your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference […]

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The famous and eternaly popular Spanish gazpacho, Adria Segunto

The famous and eternaly popular Spanish gazpacho, one of my favourite tasty and simple dishes from the rich Spanish food culture. (grandma’s recipe!) Simply take full-flavoured sun riped tomatoes, cucumber, garlic, onion, pepper with olive oil, salt, water, bread and wine vinegar. Blend it 4 Large tomatoes 1 small piece of white bread, soaked in water 1 small […]

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Sea Salt Sea Bream from Jan and Neus, Tarragona Spain

Seasonal, fresh, rustic and for sure colourful. Splashes off deep red paprika and honey eggplant. Spanish cooking is about food to share with everyone. It’s so tastfull, but not overcomplicated – the sea bream is cooked in sea salt, orata a sale. This is a must make!  Prepared by Jan and Neus Sea Bream 1 […]

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