De Kas: eating local & sustainable in the centre of Amsterdam

The 10 unusual dining experiences in Amsterdam according to Iamsterdam. It ranks De Kas first. Marketing propaganda or authentic adventure ? Anyway, no time to wonder, a table for 5 has been booked. Located in Frankendael Park in the South of Amsterdam, where peacefulness prevails, the restaurant is housed under the 8-meter high ceiling of a … Continue reading De Kas: eating local & sustainable in the centre of Amsterdam

Transforming a school gym into a hub for organic food

A former school building in Witte de Withstraat 119 in the Zeeheldenkwartier of The Hague went through a process of transformation and is now a community centre flourishing with new ideas. Its gym and courtyard host social activities and on Wednesdays the gym is open to the public and one can buy seasonal fruit and vegetables. … Continue reading Transforming a school gym into a hub for organic food

My first experience in a starred restaurant at Hanting Cuisine, The Hague

My parents have been visiting me in The Hague for a weekend – which implies the struggle of searching for unique and typical things to do. For the past few years, we have had an increased interest in culinary art to please our palate. We enjoy so much tasting curious combinations of flavours, guessing what … Continue reading My first experience in a starred restaurant at Hanting Cuisine, The Hague

The art of cooking a traditional Quiche Lorraine abroad

When it comes to classic recipes, which were passed on from generations, one has to be really picky. Coming from the cold and grey-skied – yet rich of heavy culinary specialities – region of Lorraine in the North-East of France, my weak point is without any doubt the internationally known Quiche Lorraine. This pie-looking treasure … Continue reading The art of cooking a traditional Quiche Lorraine abroad