Once you have your menu with the required components, you want to analyze each course by its own and optimize it. Take each component and the taste of it and ask yourself if you could transform it into something nice with another texture or another … Continue reading How to (my own): plan your dinner, step 5
Another post about a dinner…another story! As I had the Birthday Menu 2016 November last year, the menu was planned for two. I requested my girlfriend to stay at her mom’s place until I was done cooking because the menu was supposed to be a … Continue reading The hardest challenge yet: 8 course dinner for 4 people…mastered!
How to (my own): plan your dinner, step 5So now you’ve found out about the type of components in your menu, you will have to work out all the necessary details. And by details I mean each course, each component of each single course, the … Continue reading How to (my own): plan your dinner, step 4
Whenever you plan a dinner, you need to make its components depend on several factors: -What’s the spirit of the dinner? Is it some family meeting, a dinner with friends, Valentine’s Day, Christmas? Depending on that, you will want to adapt some ingredients. You will … Continue reading How to (my own): plan your dinner, step 3
Hi everyone! Today, I’m going to tell you what you have to consider when planning your menu when it comes to preferences and allergies. Preferences: As crucial as the occasion or the spirit of the menu, so is the person you are going to cook … Continue reading How to (my own): plan your dinner, step 2
Hello everyone! Today I’m going to present you a few indispensable and helpful gadgets for your kitchen. Some of them are more like the fancy stuff you’ll never need, but this article is more about making fancy food and dinner preparation and making the planning easier. … Continue reading My own essential and useful gadgets for the kitchen
Enjoy my first article in the series: “Newly discovered food” aka. food you need to discover! So what is black garlic? Black garlic is basically normal garlic (Allium sativum), heated in its whole bulbs over 3-6 weeks at a temperature of 60°C/140°F. The process going … Continue reading Why you need to know black garlic.