All posts by aho

Food writer. Recipe developer. Food anthropology student. Traveller. Baker. Food photographer.

A study in frost.

When you wake up and the world is too beautiful to stay in bed, go for a walk!

On olives and Istria.

I like to think of Istria as an olive country: from whatever point you choose to look, you will probably see an olive grove, or an olive tree at least. And the olive oil there is, well, awesome.

A permission to be unruly.

Not many books can keep you up all night. This one will. Anthony Bourdain's "Kitchen Confidential. Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly". Enjoy the ride.

131 Tomato and Pasta Soup

Chunky, fresh, and very satisfying. This tomato soup with pasta is as comforting as summer gets.

Sunflower’s Wonders

Who doesn't love sunflower? It looks like sun, tastes like summer, and it has a pretty incredible history, too.

130 Jagodzianki, Polish Bilberry Buns

Love berries? You'll love jagodzianki, too! Plus, the smell of these freshly baked bilberry buns is divine.

Shinrin-yoku, the Art and Science of Forest Bathing.

Don't know about you, but I felt compelled to run to the forest the moment I finished reading this book. Ready to invite nature into your life?

The Tale of Bilberry.

Bilberry. Hurtleberry. Huckelberry. Wimberry. Jagoda. Borówka. Happiness has many names.

129 Chunky Cauliflower, Potato and Dill Soup

Cauliflower is much underrated, don't you think? Enjoy the cauliflower season with this Polish cauliflower and potato soup. With an obligatory sprinkle of freshly chopped dill!