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Cycling on Bali

Bali has definitely surprised me this recent visit and the main reason for that is the great bike ride we took across the island! How pretty is this? Relaxing Bali style I think I might have mentioned somewhere before that our very first trip...

Buiten in de kuil – Lage Vuursche (Netherlands)

Lunch Alex, Saskia en myself wanted to go for lunch. At a “nice place” that would also be conveniently located for people that are scattered across the country. We opted for Buiten in de kuil, (loosely translated: outside in the valley) which is situated...

Halloween cheese devils | insimoneskitchen.com

Halloween snack: little cheese devils

Cute snacks Ok, how cute do these look? They’re supposed to be monsters but I find them adorable little monsters… 🙂 As I am writing this the sun is shining brightly and for the time of year the weather is still pretty hot. For...

Along the irish coast | insimoneskitchen.com

Along the Irish coast – Magical and wild

Portrush If you’ve read part one of our trip along the causeway coastal route in Northern Ireland you might remember that we ended in Portrush. Portrush is a coastal town that is a little bigger than we ones we visited so far. The number...

How to make red beetroot pasta | insimoneskitchen.com

How to make beetroot pasta

Pasta with a color How good does this look? The cooked beetroot was on sale so I had a bit of an overdose to handle. My friend Esmee suggested we create a red beet root pasta while we were cooking and voila, here it...

Cake with pear | insimoneskitchen.com

Delicious and quick recipe for the best pear cake

And we’re live! You might have noticed we were off line for a few hours yesterday, since Lindsay (from the fabulous Purr Design) and I were working behind the scenes to get the new layout up and running. I’m really happy with how it...

Causeway foodie tours | insimoneskitchen.com

Causeway foodie tours and how to catch a fish

Causeway foodie tours “Would you prefer baking bread or would you rather go fishing?” was the question we were asked by Tourism Northern Ireland. It seemed obvious to me that baking bread was the logical choice. But I wasn’t traveling alone and Ellen –...

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