Today I want to tell you about the series that rocked my world recently. Anthony Bourdain’s “Parts Unknown”.
It is basically a show about travelling and food but it’s not that simple. Anthony visits the places which are not very touristy, and talks with the locals, often chefs, about very interesting topics, from the countries culture to some political and economical issues; their stories are often fascinating.
While travelling and meeting amazing and, often inspiring people, Anthony also shows us local food. Which is so good, that it
I wanted to try this recipe for months, if not years. And I am not being dramatic here 😉
People were raving about it, and I was always afraid that I may not like it, but little did I know. It is as good, as everyone says it is. So what salad am I talking about? The
already cult watermelon and feta one. I have seen quite a few variations but decided to try the basic one:
So, what do you need for it?
If you follow me on Instagram you already saw the photo of the tart I made the other day. It was inspired by Liberty London Girl originally but I always make my own variants, and I have tried a lot, and they all were very good.
It is a crowd pleaser, and it is extremely easy to make,easier than pizza.
You’d only need a pre-made puff pastry and the toppings of your choice. I personally went for chicken fillet which I’ve milled in the blender, finally sliced tomatoes, cheese, basil, oregano, parsley, sea salt and all kinds of pepper I had at home. I also did the other one that day with
I’ve decided to make some changes, and add a Lifestyle section to Makeup4all. Don’t worry, the website won’t turn into daily snaps of kittens and my breakfast, everything will be in moderation. I will try to post something non-beauty related once a week. And I really hope that you will like it, as I do.
I love to cook, and try new recipes, that is why the first post will be about one of my favourite pies. It is with cottage cheese and spinach. I’ve already cooked it three times this month.
So here we go…
Unfortunately, I don’t have the exact measurements. That is because my friend, who shared this recipe with me, did not tell me any, as she uses the products based on the size of the pie she wants to cook. The same is valid for myself, I use as many ingredients, as I feel like that day.
I am currently reading Amelia Freer’s Eat Nourish Glow book (£7 from Amazon UK and $17.86 from Amazon) which I really like, and posting this recipe… I know. But peanut butter cookies are some of my favourites. You should definitely try, just don’t overindulge 😉
1 cup butter (about 225 grams)
1 cup sugar (about 200 grams)
1 cup brown sugar (about 200 grams)
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup peanut butter (about