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  • Celeriac with mushroom and leek

    Celeriac is a fantastic vegetable. You can eat it raw (in salads), bake it, steam, boil or fry it. And while displaying a wonderful flavor, it also contains lots of vitamines. Celeriac is a great source of Vitamin K, C and B6. It is also a good ...
  • Crème caramel or flan

    Crème caramel or flan has its origin in Portugal, Spain and France. Due to the vast exploration and colonization trips  this dessert is also enjoyed today in many countries: Japan, Vietnam, Philippines, Brazil, Mexico to name a few. In its most ...
  • Water melon soup with grated citrus rind

    Water melon soup with grated citrus rind will surprise you in freshness and sparkling taste. And if you like you can provide it with a bite as well. But by all means use sweet, juicy water melons. It pairs excellently with lobster or crayfish meat. ...
  • Pomelo salad, a Thai treat

    Pomelo salad contains the fruit of the pomelo, the largest fruit of the citrus family and the predecessor of the grapefruit. Pomelo's are native to South East Asia. The fruit is less bitter than grapefruit, but the internal fleeces and the seeds ...
  • Crayfish bisque

    Crayfish bisque is a part of the bisque family. The bisque originates from the area in the Atlantic ocean bordering south-west France and north of Spain at the Gulf of Biscay. Bisques are made of crustaceans' shells and meat in the presence of ...
  • Crayfish with cocktail sauce

    All crustaceans' meat can be used to make this wonderful appetizer or luxurious snack. The taste will every time be different, but characteristic of the shell fish meat used. Use cooked lobster meat (claws or tail), crayfish (tail), shrimp (tail) or ...
  • Lobster bisque

    Lobster bisque is possibly the most delicate tasting soup among all crustaceans' based soups. Crab,  crayfish (river lobster) and shrimp also fall in these most delicious tasting soup category, characterized by lots of umami flavor. Here we will ...
  • Salmon and white asparagus pate en croute

    Salmon and white asparagus pate en croute is a Belgian pate, which has a thin, baked layer of dough as protection. Unlike many recipes on the basis of smoked salmon only that do not need to be heated, the ingredients for this pate are put through a ...
  • Duck legs from the oven

    Duck legs, like many other legs from birds, contain connective tissues that make the meat a bit tough. Therefore the chef needs to convert these tissues into smooth tasting gelatine using the right cooking process. In general there are two ways: 1. ...
  • Salad dressing with mustard and orange

    Salad dressing with mustard and orange is an easy, delicious and healthy salad dressing to make at home. This dressing is special as it uses components in the citrus juice and the mustard as natural emulsifiers to create a stable (olive) oil in ...