What aho cooks at home. From Polish comfort food to curries she remembers from travels.
Category: aho cooks
A cook who can’t feed herself at times
I stopped blogging because I stopped eating. It was not a choice. Nor an eating disorder. Sometimes life throws so much at us that we bend under pressure.
162 Pasta with Wild Garlic Pesto
This simple pasta is perfect for days when you're too busy or lazy to cook. And, of course, you can swap the wild garlic pesto for any pesto you like. Happy first day of summer!
161 Wild Garlic and Walnut Pesto
It's spring again, and so it's time to dive deep into the nature's bounty! Wild garlic pesto, everyone, to celebrate the start of the season.
155 Tomato and Ground Ivy Salsa
My sister's homegrown tomatoes, a bit of olive oil, a bit of onion, salt, pepper and the star of the show, ground ivy - and the perfect summer salad is ready!
154 Rice with Strawberries and Cream
Before strawberries disappear completely this year, here's a recipe for an old-time classic, a dish that many kids in Poland know all too well - and either love or hate.
150 Apples with Ginger, Orange and Walnuts
When maple syrup is out of reach, this apple, orange and ginger compote is ready to save your morning pancakes.
148 Best Breakfast Hummus
Changing our attitude to food can go a long way, and with a good breakfast, eaten in a good company - our days can become a little sunnier.
146 Sour Cucumber Soup
How to explain a liking for this rather acquired taste? For the 4-year-old me, zupa ogórkowa was synonymous with a treat: something I know I'll enjoy, and what is also nourishing and healthy. Or so I was told.