I am not particularly into biscuits. I think it’s because I prefer to get a giant piece of chocolate instead of a cookie which only includes some tiny pieces of it. But by now everyone knows I have a problem … Continue reading Runners’ biscuits
This is the day spring arrived. Today marked the day when we first ran in a T-shirt after what seemed like forever. I legitimately forget what summer feels like every single year, but every year it gets a little bit … Continue reading Nutella Frappuccino
In this house, we basically work, run, sleep and love each other. And eat a lot. And cook a lot. We like to cook and eat healthy, nutritious food because that is ultimately what makes us feel good, strong, and … Continue reading Nutella tart
Who doesn’t love tacos? I do. They also make for a fun, shared meal for a crowd and are extremely versatile. This version is healthy, easy and ready within minutes. You replace meat with white fish, which goes perfectly with … Continue reading Fish tacos!
Three ingredients, lots of colours! Today was definitely not a spring day. When we went out for our Sunday run it was snowing heavily, the wind was blowing and the perceived temperature was -12°C. Definitely not spring. But the day … Continue reading Spring salad!
I have already published one recipe from Shalane’s book Run fast Eat slow – which I keep going back to -, and when I found this one I knew I had to try it. Compared to the other recipes published on … Continue reading Shalane’s salmon-and-sweet-potato patties
In my last post I shared with you my best advice on how to survive moving to a new place. I also mentioned that having food ready in the freezer can potentially save your life (mainly by avoiding getting hangry and causing a diplomatic incident). So here comes one excellent recipe that lends itself very well to freezing. Cook them first as instructed, let them cool and freeze. When it’s time to eat, just take them out of the freezer and reheat in the microwave. Dinner’s ready! Chickpea-and-fish meatless meatballs 1 can drained chickpeas 200 g tinned tunafish 30 g … Continue reading Chickpea-and-fish meatless meatballs
I had tried to make sweet-potato-crust quiche before, with different recipes I’d found, but none of them worked. So today I invented my own, and I couldn’t be prouder. Actually, I don’t know whether I’m prouder of this recipe or … Continue reading The ultimate sweet-potato-crust quiche
We have been cooking so much there has not been enough time to post any recipe! But fear not: we are going to post the recipes we’ve tried over the past days in the next few weeks. Among the new … Continue reading Halloumi orange and baby spinach salad
We have all watched Shalane win a historic edition of the New York City Marathon. If you haven’t, make sure you do. Her “fuck yeah” was the crowning of a fabulous career and the most heartfelt thing that I’ve heard … Continue reading My twist on Shalane’s Superhero muffins –> Europe version