We are all in pursuit of happiness. Having your first real fulltime job, buying a house, having a baby or getting married. Happiness can also be found in the ‘smaller’ things of life. Making homemade comfort food is something that brings happiness into my life.
When my boyfriend and me, my hubby these days, started living together I was far from a cooking expert. I remember once making a scampi dish carefully following a recipe I had found in a magazine. As per the recipe I used 1/2 liter of vinegar. Still on cloud nine after moving in together we consumed this dish followed by a bellyache for 2 days! That is why these days I always try out a recipe before serving it to my family and friends for dinner. All of us want to avoid a kitchen nightmare particularly when having guests around. You don’t want them reminding you about that kitchen disaster for the rest of your life.
Trying out a recipe a couple of times allows you to improve your skills (and in some cases the recipe) and to gain the confidence required to feel totally comfortable when preparing the dish for other people. Don’t be afraid to receive some criticism.
Many years ago my husband had problems to find me a suitable Christmas present. In our local newspaper he found a list, with the 10 bestselling cooking books in the world. Off course, being Belgian, our national book,
For many years I had a dream to share my passion for food. At first I did not know how. Only recently I decided a blog including some short videos would be the best way to share my passion for food with other foodies. When I first started talking to my dad about me wanting to create my own blog and a “You Tube” video channel he was very enthusiast and eager to assist. We had a great time creating the first episode together.