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Good food doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, the simplest foods can be the tastiest, warmest and closest to us. You don’t need to be an educated chef. All you need are your hands, your heart, your brain and your curiosity. And a kitchen comes in handy too. The most important ingredient however, you add yourself: it is the love and care you bring in preparing the meal. 

Whenever I cook, I feel into the occasion, the people, the local produce, the season. Who am I cooking for? What feeling do we wish to create together around the table?  A feeling of warmth, welcome, simplicity yet delicious, fun and surprise. It is always a joy to cook for and with others.

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Grilled Hispi with Harissa Mayonnaise, Grapes and Berries

Panzanella with Fennel, Orange and Plums

Sweet Potato with Asparagus and Chimmichurri

Butter Bean Dip with Rosemary, Fennel and Sundried Tomato

Apricot Bread for Lazy Chefs

Cambodian Curry with Turmeric, Lemon and Star Anise

Beetroot Walnut Burgers with Ginger and Lemongrass

Crispy Tofu in Creamy Tomato and Paprika

Carrot Tzatziki with Oregano and Roasted Garlic

Potato Soup with Leeks, Peel Chips and Mustard

Bibimbap: a Korean Classic

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