Welcome to have a peek to my kitchen this month! It's hard to believe that the long month of January is over and we are moving fast towards spring! I’ve been working on my Cheap Eats
event cooking a lot of frugal recipes and it has indeed been good
saving a little bit of money. If you want to know what the event is
all about, have a look here. I would love to see your economical vegan and vegetarian recipes.
There was an absolute sadness last weekend when the storm Malik destroyed our both greenhouses on the balcony. We had tried to secure them, but the storm was just too strong and blew them across the balcony against the railings causing irreparable damages to the aluminium structures. I guess we are still lucky that they didn’t come through the windows or flew on a person. Also that was the only damage we had. This only means, we need a new arrangement for this year’s urban gardening, but luckily there is still some time to plan.
Otherwise I will show you some foods and snacks from my kitchen. This one liter wine box truly is for the frugal ones, it costs 29 DKK (about 3,90 €) only and it’s of decent quality. I especially like the name “Tread gently” and the plantbased carton.
myself a pizza cutter, because the old ones were either lost or blunt
or both. It really is much nicer to cut pizza with a proper sharp
cutter. This one is Danish design by Normann. And that pizza in the background will first bake to a crispy crust and then I will cut into it!
This vegan bearnaise sauce is really tasty and a life-saver when you don’t feel like making a sauce. It’s brilliant with roast potatoes, but I’ve even had it with pasta and it was good.
Last weekend I made vegan sausage rolls and they were really good.
I brought this fermented broad bean bits with basil from Finland. Again, it’s a great brand name “Bean better”.
I also got these mini rye crackers with sour cream and onion flavour in Finland. They are such good and filling snacks.
Talking about snacks, these plantbased truffles by Cocohagen are also excellent.
Here are dinosaur corn crisps – ultimately cute!
And these are fruity gelatine free Finnish sweets.
Have a nice weekend everyone!