Plated Stories’s Food Photography & Food Writing Workshop/Retreat ‘Inspiration’

Yesterday we opened up the registrations of our new Plated Stories Workshop/Retreat that will take place in Chinon, France 16-18 April. I wrote about it on my ‘new’ blog here and here you find it on Plated Stories! Hurry up.. ....more

An new old start

I have suddenly realized why I almost never blog here on Lucullian – I am so throughly tired of cooking, styling and writing recipes to blog about. I still love creating recipes but all the stuff around it? Noooo… (At.. ....more

Rosemary and Vanilla Apple Butter

Time again for the monthly post I do together with Sophia and Simi, this time it is about preserves and such stuff. I have to add ‘such stuff’ because I don’t think apple butter really is a preserve but it... The post Rosemary and Vanilla Apple Butter appeared first on Lucullian delights - an Italian experience ....more

What a pot of stock can lead to – Chicken and Bean Crostini

If there is one thing of which you can say “One things leads to another” it is stock; whether you make a chicken, beef or mixed stock, it always leads to several dishes. Yesterday I had made a pot...more

A Potato and Tomato Soup, a gift from my mother-in-law

Sophia, Simi (who will be posting on Monday) and I are doing soups this month. Sometimes I think the world is divided into soup lovers and soup haters and a grey mass in between. I’m definitely a soup lover and.. ....more

At last – the Bread Baking Buddy Roundup!

It wasn’t my intention to be this late with the Buddy roundup but sometimes working as a freelance creates this kind of situations, a cluster of work that puts everything else on hold. But this week I have a few... The post At last – the Bread Baking Buddy Roundup! ...more

About Bread

Yet again I meet up with Sophia and Simi, this time it is all about bread and what it means to us. Unfortunately I’m in the middle of a job and have very little time at home when I can... The post About Bread appeared first on Lucullian delights - an Italian experience ....more

A historical bread – Robert May’s French Bread from 1660.

This month I had the pleasure to decide what the Bread Baking Babes was going to bake, something that isn’t always easy unless you have a specific bread in mind. Which I hadn’t but I decided to go for a... The post A historical bread – Robert May’s French Bread from 1660 ....more

On Food, Being an Expat and Rice Pudding

Being an expat changes how you look at food, when you move to a new country you are introduced to new food, ingredients and dishes, a different food culture that influences how you cook, shop and cook. And then there... The post On Food, Being an Expat and Rice Pudding appeared first on Lucullian delights - an Italian experience ....more