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Iberico pork chop / Fennel & orange salad / Onion & garlic oil

I created this dish to higlight and support the incredible nutty, almost buttery taste of the iberico pork chop. I chose to go without a sauce because i didn’t want to overpower the pork aroma. I made a simple fennel salad with oranges to cut through the fattiness of the pork chop. Adding the onion & garlic oil instead of a sauce might seem a little strange, but it really brings together the whole dish.

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Spaghetti Carbonara – 15 Weeks in the making

The Spaghetti Carbonara I cooked today took me 15 weeks to make. This may sound ridiculous, as it normally only takes a few minutes. But this time I made the Guanciale myself. You can find the recipe here.

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How to make your own Guanciale.

This project started over 15 weeks ago when I ordered 2 fresh pig cheeks from my trusted local butcher. I salted them, added sugar and spices and put everything in vaccuum bags. I stored them in my fridge for 3 weeks then let them soak in water for 1 hour. Afterwards I hanged them in my cellar.

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The Middle Eastern Feast

Some people say: “Travelling is food for the soul”. I would rather say: “Food is travelling for the soul”.

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Sicilian Pasta

This is probably one of the fastest and tastiest pasta dishes. The combination of the savoury Tomato sauce, sweet raisins, roasted nuts and crunchy breadcrumbs creates a perfect comfort food.

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Spicy Szechuan sesame noodles

A few years ago I ate an incredible plate of spicy sesame noodles in a small chinese restaurant. Since then I’ve been trying to recreate this dish and I am pretty statisfied with what I came up with. They taste almost like I the original dish. At least like the taste I remember.

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Eggs Benedict with a twist

Eggs Benedict is the perfect breakfast treat. A combination of a buttery hollandaise sauce, runny egg-yolks, crispy bread, salty ham, and some fresh chives makes it the ideal hangover meal. A salad on the side can even alter it into a light and tasty lunch or dinner. This is my unique way of preparing eggs Benedict.

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Brioche Buns Recipe

Earlier today I decided to make Brioche Buns and now I am eager to share my recipe with you. These fluffy, yeasty, buttery, and slightly sweet buns carry an incredible shiny and golden crust. Not only are they the perfect burger buns, they can be additionally savored with some butter or strawberry jam.

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