Close

Anne

Enjoying the small things in life!

Cooking and eating are most definitely the best parts of my day, and in a perfect world that part of my day would never end. When you’re in love with food like I am, it is no strange to learn more and more about the different ways to cook and enjoy food. My motivation to set […]

Read More

Fresh melon gazpacho from Pura, Toledo Spain

I met Pura just in a blink of a second. She invited me to her little colourful home in Toledo.  She has such a energetic  and open presence, she made me smile all the time.  We both love food, it made sense we met each other. Picture us eating something like this in her backyard on a […]

Read More

The Big Sibling Grand Plan

My life is defined by experiences. The greater the number of experiences, the better it gets. I find traveling is a great way to have the most varied kind of life experiences, learning about other people, and about yourself… The last few months, I have been learning so much about life in completely different cultures […]

Read More

Pan con Tomate and coconut coffee from Pamela, Madrid

This simple and very delicious dish, also known as pan con tomate. The Spanish  national breakfast.. Choose tomatoes that are ripe, organic and tasty. “The best technique is to scrub tomato directly onto the bread”, says Pamela. We also add some cia seeds and nutritional yeast sprinkles to start the day healthy as possible. The breakfast is […]

Read More

Fried eggplant with honey from Sylvia, Soria

Arriving a a tiny dessert town in the north of Spain, called Ocenilla. Sylvia and Jorge cooked us a practically obligated  Spanish dish, a portion of berenjas fritas con miel decaña.  This recipe is even more special because it has a ‘grandma secret’…. make the batter wit beer. It turns out that your eggplant doesn’t get soaked […]

Read More

Patricia’s tortilla, Pamplona

The tortilla, the classic Spanish dish. It can be served hot or cold, we had it both. The next day we took the left overs cycling, and it taste actually even better! It is also a fantastic dish to finish all your’e ingredients. Its simply, tasty, so good for experimenting, but it must have crisp, fried […]

Read More

The Sweet Sound of Silence

Experimentation is essential if you want to progress in life, well, that’s my theory anyway. So in this big experiment called Life Cycle Stories, I keep creating a lot of little experiments to keep me going and keep me motivated. This past week for example, was all about the three S’s; silence, sugar and slaughtering. […]

Read More

Rolf and Mecki’s vegetarian Indian chana massala, Weimar Germany

Rolf and Mecki cycled almost the whole world together, they shared so many great stories and the good thing is, the love cooking to. They got inspired along the way, flavours, people and landscapes… They prepared me this incredible, super healthy vegetable-packed curry with peas, carrots and tomatoes. Served with kurkuma, Cardamum rice and Indian flat bread […]

Read More

Chocolate Malheur from Barbara Schneider, Freiburg

A fun-to-make, fun-to-eat Chocolate dessert. It looks like you where in the kitchen for hours. But actually Barbara made and baked this in about 20 minutes, while we were still enjoying our wine after dinner. These Chocolate Malheurs have a fudgy, brownie- look and taste. An irresistible dessert that’s sure to fix any chocolate craving. Very […]

Read More