Hi – I’m Ben, a blogger, recipe developer, and food photographer. I’m glad you’re here! I hope you will enjoy hundreds of delicious recipes and a pinch of havoc in the kitchen.
Everyone seems to be obsessed with smoothies nowadays. Fruit, veggie and – OMG – even green smoothies are everywhere! It’s kind of a must to have at least once in a while a glass of delish and healthy drink and provide the evidence on the social media. I do believe a large piece of cake/chocolate eaten after or along with the smoothie is not usually mentioned. I’m just kidding though.
But a smoothie is a really great alternative to a meal. Plus, for me it’s a great way to utilize some fruits which have gotten overripe or veggies which have started to wilt. Continue reading “Peanut Butter Oat Smoothie”
I’ve always told that being a food blogger means not only posting the recipes – it’s about an inspiration. We are all inspired by the different sources of information, but in my book, it’s quintessential to be inspired by the other food bloggers – our colleagues. Having had my food Instagram account for almost a year, that happened to me a few times. But that’s a story for another post.
That time my source of the inspiration was David, and his amazing spicedblog .
I had been raising a sceptical eye at banana bread for a long time (I guess it might have happened long time before I was born). Being already quite a mature guy, I had made a few attempts try a slice of banana bread, but they hadn’t been successful. The reason was simple – the texture. Obviously, banana bread should be moist enough, but those I tried had often been more than moist – soggy and sticky. Sure, I wasn’t that enthusiastic to bake it on my own since I knew it could end up being discarded. I gave up on this recipe the long time ago, and I didn’t anticipate I would ever try one.