Spiced Carrot Soup

I’ve made a lot of soups but recently I’m experimenting with putting spices into them. This soup is simple and for those of you who like a hot kick in your mouth, this is defintely for you. This serves 2. Ingredients 1 red onion 4 carrots, chopped in big cubes 1 litre of vegetable stock […]

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The Basic Soup

Whenever I make a soup for my family, they would always ask how I make it and the reply I give is ‘I just put carrot and cumin’. Of course I’d have to explain it to them step by step, but really, making soup is a very simple procedure. All you have to do is […]

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Grilled Aubergine Caprese

Usually Caprese salad consists slices of tomato, mozzarella, and basil. I’ve found out that I’m slightly allergic to tomato and decided to give this dish a common twist. Ingredients 1 aubergine (eggplant) 2 big blobs of mozzarella (soft, ones soaked in water) 1 rosemary stalk (with its leaves, of course) 1 piece of garlic vegetable […]

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The History of: Coke

Hi everyone , Brecht here. Today we’re going to talk a bit about something all of us know – coke. Coca-Cola, I mean. Yep, it doesn’t get much more basic and widespread than the well-known brown sugary carbonated drink we all drink basically every week. But where does this fizzy liquid of goodness come from […]

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Botanique: A Burger and Salad Bar

Lunch yesterday was our date day, since our daughter was with her grandparents, so as per tradition, we like to eat at a place we’ve never been before. Botanique (press name for link), located on Zuivelmarkt, is one of those with burgers made with their own creativity. You can’t overlook the salad either; each menu […]

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The Daily Fry?

We are food lovers, like everyone else on this earth. We are also gamers. We’re a couple living in Belgium with our daughter and recently, we moved to Hasselt, the food capital of Belgium. Belgium is known for its chocolates, waffles, and, mussels. Though there are more things Belgium has to offer and with the […]

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