Pumpkin soup with ginger (syrup) and coconut milk

Pumpkin soup doesn’t look so good, I notice when I listen to our guests. It is not often possible to make a pumpkin soup really tasty. Fortunately, this soup is an exception to the rule, the guests said. And I couldn’t agree more. By the way, it applies to all pumpkin soups here on the site. You can make really tasty pumpkin soup, folks.

Broccoli with a slightly spicy gochujan sauce and caramelized peanuts

Well, I just really like broccoli. In any form. But just like with spinach, I’m always looking for new opportunities to give the broccoli an even more amazing stage. Well, that worked out pretty well with this version *she said with a sense of understatement* when I listen to the guests in the restaurant. Try it yourself…

The most delicious carrot-coconut soup with tamarind

A soup the way I like to make them. Just the right thickness, just the right flavor proportions, crunchy pumpkin seeds… Such a soup that is always ordered. And then you know you are doing something right. And that for a carrot soup. Well, that’s quite unexpected I think…

Grilled fig salad with Japanese influences

We associate figs with sweet, balsamic vinegar, for example. With this salad we take a completely different direction, a salty and savory direction. Surprisingly tasty, figs grilled in the oven. I really like figs anyway: from very pure to processed. From fresh from the tree to dried. This salad shows figs from a completely different surprising side.