Get your cook on

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If there is one thing in the world I love it’s food. I don’t just like eating it, I also really like preparing it. And guess what: it’s the one thing I take the most pictures of and post on Instagram/ Facebook. Especially the past couple of months, I’ve been finding myself with more time to prepare meals because I get home earlier from work. Add to that my 4-course dinner extraordinaire which I organized this past weekend and you have quite a few pictures to share of meals that I found delicious. I hope this serves as an inspiration to anyone who might need it. Enjoy!

My favorite salad: lettuce, apple, walnuts, raisins, goats cheese, cucumber & honey

Left over ingredients all combined into one oven dish = an excellent dinner

Cajun chicken, cut beans & bean sprouts

My favorite food: salmon & cream cheese sushi

One of my favorite breakfasts: cut oats, milk, honey & fresh fruit. Heat it up minus the fruit in the microwave and you have a great breakfast. Too bad it messes too much with my stomach

Lunch salad: lettuce, tomato, cucumber, salmon and Danish blue cheese with a bit of balsamic vinegar

Home made food always beats the bought kind: whipped vanilla mascarpone, green pesto & rasberry coulis

Best food for lazy, no make up Sundays: a blueberry-banana-yoghurt smoothie

Dinner time! Dutch pea soup with smoked sausage & rye bread with bacon

I didn’t make this, but this was so good. I am so recreating this some time soon: lettuce, cooked pears, balsamic vinegar, walnuts & blue cheese

Big Sunday morning breakfast/ brunch: yoghurt with kiwi fruit, some cheese, a boiled egg and a steaming hot cup of green tea

Another salad (it’s my go to lunch food): lettuce, tomato, mozzarella, balsemic vingar and some basil

Dessert: small pancake & the whipped mascarpone & raspberry coulis you saw earlier on.

I hope this got your taste buds going. If you would like me to share any of the recipes, just let me know and I’ll write a post. Though I have to admit that not many dishes featured here come with recipes. Especially the salads I just throw together with whatever I have lying about. I tend to ‘forget’ taking pictures of meals I prepare as I’m just too eager to try the food. That’s why most of these are Instagram pictures, as I usually decide to take a pic as a spur of the moment thing. But I will try to share more ‘food’ posts in the future, because I love to cook and bake so it’s easy for me to get that out there.

2 responses to “Get your cook on”

  1. datzitwelsnor Avatar

    Dat ziet er super lekker uit. Vooral die zalm rolletjes. Het water loopt me in de mond.

    1. indiequeen84 Avatar

      Was ook erg lekker allemaal 😉 En de zalm rolletjes zijn heel simpel te maken: sushi rijst maken, cream cheese & langgesneden zalm en dan draaien maar.

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