Category Archives: Food

Vegan Cauliflower Pasta Pesto

Now that we are back doing more frequent recipe posts again, we also wanted to throw some super simple, everyday type dinners into the mix.
The hands-down easiest dish that I (David) know (and make when I’m alone with the kids and have max 10 minutes to prepare dinner) is to cook a package of fresh gnocchi, mix a store-bought pesto with mashed avocado, add a little extra lemon and olive oil and just stir everything together with some canned chickpeas and cherry tomatoes on top. It’s a lazy dinner but the kids devour it, it’s super easy and most importantly Read More

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Baked Apples with Spiced Oatmeal

Just checking in quickly today to share a nice little apple breakfast recipe that we have been doing a lot lately. We know that August hasn’t ended yet and we all want to hold on to summer for as long as we can and pretend that winter isn’t coming. But we wanted to provide you with a little something for when the first chillier days arrive (which has already happened here btw) and you hear raindrops knocking on your window sills. For those moments, you can just bust these spiced breakfast apples out of the oven and feel a little Read More

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Beet Tartare with Sesame Labneh + Amsterdam

Earlier this year we were in New York to launch Green Kitchen at Home. We had a blast doing a live cooking session at Food52, teaching a cooking class and had a book signing in a tiny but packed little store in Greenwich Village. But what I really wanted to talk about today was our night off. When we tucked baby Noah (formerly known as Gabriel) to sleep in his stroller and headed to ABCV for dinner. Side note: You should know that for being a food writing couple, Luise and I very rarely go out and eat at proper Read More

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Watermelon & Halloumi Salad with Magic Sauce

Hello! This is David & Luise. Remember us? During our almost eight years of blogging we have never left it silent for two months before. We’re going to do what we always do in these situations and blame the kids. Wether we miss a dentist appointment, forget to answer a text message, get a parking ticket or are two months late with a blog post, it’s always our kid’s fault. In this case however it’s actually somewhat true. We simply underestimated how much time and attention three kids on summer holiday takes. They have sooo much energy. I (David) have Read More

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Watermelon & Halloumi Salad with Magic Sauce

Hello! This is David & Luise. Remember us? During our almost eight years of blogging we have never left it silent for two months before. We’re going to do what we always do in these situations and blame the kids. Wether we miss a dentist appointment, forget to answer a text message, get a parking ticket or are two months late with a blog post, it’s always our kid’s fault. In this case however it’s actually somewhat true. We simply underestimated how much time and attention three kids on summer holiday takes. They have sooo much energy. I (David) have Read More

Source:: Green Kitchen Stories