Share my love for food,
cooking & traveling!

I love eating and cooking comfort food, and I more than happily share my experiences with you through this blog. Here you can find my recipes, dining out recommendations & food-related travel experiences.
Since I am especially in love with Asian food, you will find that a lot of my recipes are a fusion between Western and Asian cuisine.

Share my love for food, cooking & traveling!

I love eating and cooking comfort food, and I more than happily share my experiences with you through this blog. Here you can find my recipes, dining out recommendations & food-related travel experiences.

Since I am especially in love with Asian food, you will find that a lot of my recipes are a fusion between Western and Asian cuisine.

The latest blog posts

Sinterklaas Hema Kruidnoten

Review: Hema Pepernoten

Every year in the beginning of December the Dutch celebrate Sinterklaas, who was used as inspiration for the more well-known Santa Claus. And for

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Pumpkin & Chorizo Risotto

Pumpkin & Chorizo Risotto

Now that it is getting colder again, all I seem to crave is comfort food! So I created another warm and comforting recipe for you guys using some of

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Vegan Yogurt

Vegan Yogurt with Banana & Walnuts

Want to treat yourself with a nice breakfast that’s easy, but also quick to make? Try out this delicious recipe for vegan yogurt with slices of

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The last time I think I had soto ayam was at a family event, over 10 years ago. A lot of you guys probably don’t know this, but my mom is actually half Indonesian. So I was very lucky to grow up with some Indonesian cuisine in my life.

Sadly, most of my fully Indonesian family already passed away due to old age. Hence why I don’t get to eat it as often anymore, my mom’s not really into cooking, unfortunately. So that’s why I decided to start cooking some more Indonesian dishes myself to make up for it!

My mom actually lent me an Indonesian cookbook that she got from my great-grandmother. It’s got handwritten notes and personal adjustments to the recipes in there, and I honestly can’t wait to start cooking from it.

The last time I think I had soto ayam was at a family event, over 10 years ago. A lot of you guys probably don’t know this, but my mom is actually half Indonesian. So I was very lucky to grow up with some Indonesian cuisine in my life.

Sadly, most of my fully Indonesian family already passed away due to old age. Hence why I don’t get to eat it as often anymore, my mom’s not really into cooking, unfortunately. So that’s why I decided to start cooking some more Indonesian dishes myself to make up for it!

My mom actually lent me an Indonesian cookbook that she got from my great-grandmother. It’s got handwritten notes and personal adjustments to the recipes in there, and I honestly can’t wait to start cooking from it.

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