Chutney. Very simple, tasty and goes well with almost all fruits. Here’s the basic recipe for this traditional Indian dish. As always, feel free to replace the main fruit ingredient with whatever you like or whatever you can find in the store.
First, the question – Pesto or Pisto? What is the difference? Pesto it’s made with basil, olive oil, parmesan, one or a few cloves of garlic and pine nuts. Pisto is exactly the same, however, without the nuts.
If you’re just discovering cooking or you’re simply new to wine pairing, this guide will help your improve your dining experience and make it more pleasant.
In this article, I want to teach you the wine-pairing basics, that every debuting chef should learn first hand in the kitchen and bring his game to the next level, when it’s time to not only feed, but also impress!
Everyone knows the proverb: When life gives you lemons, make lemonade!
The favourite, thirst-quenching and tasty drink, which everybody loves, especially in the summer. Not only, it is quick and easy to make, but it’s also much more healthier and natural, than the soft drinks you can buy at the store. It’s always a good idea to make a batch and store it in your fridge and keep it cool for a night time drink or when you have guests coming over.
What is love? The eternal question! Sometimes, love is a life journey and the longest road to home. We enter it timidly, with carefully measured steps. Time, when love is all about romantic gestures and surprises, the best time to be in love!
So even if you’re older and more mature now, let’s agree, that there’s no classier way to surprise your loved ones, like a nice candlelight dinner, prepared with a secret ingredient, called love 🙂