Spring salad with edible weeds and tiffin – Everyone’s kitchen from home

#Download recipe below Going around the garden to get edible weeds is so satisfying! On top of getting to know how a herb feels, smells and tastes, you get yourself a healthy, free and fresh salad for your lunch. For this salad (mixed with some herbs!), we got: Mizuna, Chives, Dandelion leaves, Chickweed, Hairy bittercress,Continue reading “Spring salad with edible weeds and tiffin – Everyone’s kitchen from home”

Broccoli soup and Rocky road – Everyone’s kitchen from home!

If you feel like treating yourself with a warm soup and an easy no-bake dessert, your are going to like what comes next! The menu this week was Broccoli soup and Rocky road! Broccoli soup Ingredients 1 large potato , diced 1 onion, chopped 1.2l chicken or vegetable stock 400g broccoli, chopped (including the stalk)Continue reading “Broccoli soup and Rocky road – Everyone’s kitchen from home!”

Olive tapenade with breadsticks and Bruschetta! – Everyone’s kitchen from home

#Recipe below This week, we had a Mediterranean Menu: Olive tapenade serve with breadsticks Tomato and basil bruschetta Breadsticks For 15 breadsticks 225g plain flour 7.5g salt 1 sachet  instant dry yeast 135g luck warm water Herbs 35g vegetable oil (ideally olive oil) Optional : seeds Method  In a food processor or by hand, combineContinue reading “Olive tapenade with breadsticks and Bruschetta! – Everyone’s kitchen from home”

Spring is here! Fajitas and pancakes for Everyone’s kitchen from home

# Download recipes below Birds are tweeting, daffodils blooming and sun heating. Yes spring is here. We have the perfect recipes for you to celebrate it. Fajitas and pancakes As usual recipes are vegetarian (or plant based), easy to adapt depending on your taste and what’s available in your fridge. Fajitas x2  Ingredients (Cost perContinue reading “Spring is here! Fajitas and pancakes for Everyone’s kitchen from home”

Fry up with Jerusalem artichokes and peanut butter muffin – Everyone’s kitchen from home

# Download recipe below The menu for this week is Fry up with homemade hash browns Peanut butter muffin If you have been craving for a breakfast in bed: those recipes are for you! It is great to be able to share vegetables from the garden! This week, the chefs have been able to cookContinue reading “Fry up with Jerusalem artichokes and peanut butter muffin – Everyone’s kitchen from home”

Treat yourself with a chili sin carne and some cookies! – Everyone’s kitchen #6

Two months already that we have started Everyone’s kitchen from home! It is always amazing to see that one recipe lead to different preparations: More vegetables, less salt, more spices… And this recipe become your own! Even if we can’t get together for now, we are delighted to share with you those creations! Thank youContinue reading “Treat yourself with a chili sin carne and some cookies! – Everyone’s kitchen #6”

Everyone’s kitchen from home #5 – Broth soup and the famous banana bread

Are you planning on emptying your fridge and getting rid of spoiled bananas? Stop! This menu is for you. Broth soup and banana bread Why do we love this soup? Easy Full of vegetables Filling Can make big quantities and have leftover Low cost Broth soup Ingredient¬†(x6) Cost per serving ¬£0.30 200 g broth mixContinue reading “Everyone’s kitchen from home #5 – Broth soup and the famous banana bread”

Can you smell the Dahl and chocolate cake from Everyone’s kitchen Chefs? #4

#Download recipe below Warm and comforting food, that is what we need! We miss seeing each other so it is nice to catch up via email or during our weekly zoom call! This week’s menu was simple, plant based and yummy. Quick dhal served with Garlic bread Chocolate cake Quick Dhal with Garlic bread IngredientsContinue reading “Can you smell the Dahl and chocolate cake from Everyone’s kitchen Chefs? #4”

Hardwood cuttings- Roll technique – Redcurrant bush

#Video below Late autumn to winter is the perfect time to take hardwood cuttings as the plant is dormant. If you are pruning your favourite bush or tree, why not taking the advantage to get healthy cuttings and propagate them? Tips First of all, when taking your cuttings make sure your mother plant is healthyContinue reading “Hardwood cuttings- Roll technique – Redcurrant bush”

Potato : the star of your kitchen

Of course you can do many things with potatoes. Baked, roasted, puree, stirred fry etc But it is also a great beauty product thanks to its lifting properties, you can make a snack with the leftovers and finally some DIY stamps and glue. Looking for some glue? Everything is ready but you can’t find anyContinue reading “Potato : the star of your kitchen”