On the wild side – bear’s garlic pesto

Bear's garlic is highly valued for its strong scent and delicate taste. It is an early spring tonic boosting with loads of vitamins.

Chicken stuffed zucchini blossoms

"The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it." I always look forward to the summer, when there are so many amazing foods growing all over the place! Fresh vegetables, herbs, fruits and berries. I keep promising myself I will spend a lot of time with … Continue reading Chicken stuffed zucchini blossoms

Pan-fried smelt

"Fish (n.pl. fish or fish*es) - an animal that grows the fastest between the time it's caught and the time the fisherman describes it to his friends" The only fishing I do is at fishmongers' or at a supermarket. I mean it's not like I've never held a rod in my hands, but all these … Continue reading Pan-fried smelt

Omelette with chanterelles and potatoes

“This recipe is certainly silly. It says to separate the eggs, but it doesn't say how far to separate them.” Gracie Allen Good morning, Sunshine! For the time being - at least on the plate :). And but the way, this recipe doesn't require to separate eggs, unless you're after the super healthy white omelette. My weekend breakfast choices usually … Continue reading Omelette with chanterelles and potatoes