Terminology

Foodfie

I found this nice article on About words, a blog from Cambridge Dictionary. So, let’s call it foodfie from here. Send me your recipes, together with foodfies, and I’ll be happy to publish them as guest post on Remote Cooking. What do you have on your plate today? ūüôā     Continue reading

P√Ęt√© chinois
CA

P√Ęt√© chinois

My colleague, Sandra shared a couple of tranditional French-Canadian recipes¬†with me. The Quebec-style shepherd’s pie made me excited for the first time. Recipe instructions vary from very plain¬†to a little more complicated, but the basic recipe is as simple as follows: Ingredients 0.5¬†lb lean ground beef 1 can sweet¬†corn 2 cups mashed potatoes Instructions Brown … Continue reading

Williamsburg peanut soup
US

Williamsburg peanut soup

I got this recipe from Erik,¬†supervisor of a team of linguists at a gaming company. I met him at this years memoQfest, and he was kind enough to¬†share this recipe – which is a¬†piece of his childhood – with me and my colleagues after the conference. Ingredients 2 tablespoons (30 ml) butter 1 small onion, … Continue reading

Cottage cheese dumplings
HU

Cottage cheese dumplings

Our¬†friendship with Fleur¬†started at¬†the lunch table at memoQfest ¬†in¬†2012.¬†I remember Fleur fell in love with this traditional Hungarian dessert immediately. I promised to send her the recipe, but I was concerned how she gets proper cottage cheese in Eindhoven. Indeed, there was a Polish deli just right next to¬†Translators¬†International’s office. Go, dumplings, go! Ingredients 500 … Continue reading

Poppy seed soufflé
family recipe

Poppy seed soufflé

This is our first and most popular family¬†recipe; a¬†¬†transcreation of¬†the¬†classic chocolate lava cake.¬†We polished the recipe years long with my husband. Best served hot, on a freezy¬†winter afternoon. Ingredients 40 g butter 100 g white chocolate 2 egg 2 egg yolks 70 g sugar 100 g flour 30 g finely ground poppy seed Instructions Preheat … Continue reading