Walnut and Hazelnut Crackers

Walnut and Hazelnut Crackers

Crackers make for a nice snack and are also great as an appetizer when welcoming guests. In this recipe I added hazelnuts and walnuts combined with a little spicy chilli powder. Baking your own crackers is great because you can get very creative with different herbs or spices. I love trying different ingredients to see what the outcome is. And the best part: you only have to mix the ingredients, spread them out, and let them bake in the oven – easy, quick, and delicious.

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Homemade Vegetable Broth

Homemade Vegetable Broth

The following recipe is a quick and easy way to prepare homemade broth without worrying about processed sugar or other potentially unhealthy additives. I cook vegetable broth about once a week, saving various cut-offs for a couple of days until I have enough to cook a delicious broth.  The broth can be easily stored for about a week in the fridge, or you can also freeze it. I use homemade vegetable broth in many of my recipes and it’s unique every due to slightly different ingredients.

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Start of a New Year

Start of a New Year

First of all I want to wish everyone a happy and glorious 2017! May all your wishes and resolutions come true.   2016 was not the best year for me and Narin’s World of Taste, but I want to thank you for your loyalty and for every positive comment or Like that you sent for my

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How to Host a Successful Dinner Party

How to Host a Successful Dinner Party

With Christmas and New Year around the corner, I would like to share some ideas on how to host a successful dinner party at home for any festive occasion. As the host, you of course want to make sure that everyone enjoys the food and drinks, but more importantly, you also want to be able to enjoy the company and be part of it without having to spend the entire evening in the kitchen preparing food, serving food, and cleaning up. Here are five steps that I follow when preparing a dinner party for about 10-12 people.

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Fillet of Venison on Sweet Potato Gratin, Brussels Sprouts, Red Wine Shallots, and Juniper Berry Foam

Fillet of Venison on Sweet Potato Gratin, Brussels Sprouts, Red Wine Shallots, and Juniper Berry Foam

This recipe I created as part of my Wild Christmas three course menu. As the main dish, what would fit this theme better than a venison fillet with its very mild deer flavor and soft meet? You can get very creative with accompanying side dishes. Here I tried to create the right balance of sweet, sour, and salty to bring out the full flavor of the various ingredients. The outcome is a colorful deliciousness that you should definitely give a try!

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