Traditional Czech Potato Salad (Paleo, Whole30)

Traditional Czech Potato Salad (Paleo, Whole30)

Is it too early to start posting Christmas recipes? I hope not. Because I’m getting really excited. My first Christmas in Australia. However, I decided to share a Czech recipe today. Because I’m still going to stick to a few traditions even if overseas. So let’s start the holiday season with this Traditional Czech Potato Salad (Paleo, Whole30). And read a bit about the traditional meals below ūüôā

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Pho Ga With Zucchini Noodles

Pho Ga With Zucchini Noodles

Happy Monday people! I know, it’s a bit rainy here in Brisbane, not very happy. But I’ve got the solution. Because what can cheer you up better than a good hot soup on a rainy day? And if you follow my Instagram a bit, you will notice that I started a new little Monday tradition. Because the beginning of the week is usually when we have our days off. And as much as we both love cooking at home and working in hospitality, sometimes we like to relax a little from both and go out for lunch or dinner. We are still humans, right? Anyway, what I’m trying to say is that all of this and our love of Asian cuisine combined with my obsession with soups led to a thing I started called #phomonday.

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Eggplant Lasagna Bolognese

Eggplant Lasagna Bolognese

Happy weekend guys! And happy weekend cooking! Have you ever tried the Eggplant Lasagna Bolognese? I know that in the paleo / Whole30 community it’s already one of the typical cliches (still one of my favourites), but I still have friends and family asking me about this dish. So even if it’s not any mind-blowing novelty, I’ve still decided to share my own version of it. For me it’s a perfect weekend meal.

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Super Easy Leek And Sweet Potato Soup

Super Easy Leek And Sweet Potato Soup

It looks like winter might be finally coming to Brisbane. After a long time we woke up to a cold and rainy day today. Well, the temperatures are still similar to an average summer in Czech Republic, so it’s not that bad. And not that I like it, but I guess we need the rain every now and then. And finally the cooler weather is a good excuse for me to cook more soups. So I’m gonna start the winter season with this¬†Super Easy Leek And Sweet Potato Soup.

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Chicken Liver And Apple Pate

Chicken Liver And Apple Pate

Because Monday and Tuesday is generally a weekend for us, it means there is time for some good homemade meals and snacks. And maybe a glass of wine now when the Whole30 is finished. And what else pairs so good with a glass of wine than a smooth chicken liver and apple pate?

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Cauliflower Fried Rice

Cauliflower Fried Rice

This easy recipe for Cauliflower Fried Rice is perfect for those who love the Asian cuisine but are watching the carbs a little bit. Or for people who are keen about the daily veggie intake. Or simply for those who want to try something different and eat healthy. It’s a great side dish but you can definitely have it by itself as a small meal too.

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Tom Kha Gai (Thai Chicken Soup With Coconut Milk)

Tom Kha Gai (Thai Chicken Soup With Coconut Milk)

I always loved to try new meals and ingredients when possible. But it wasn’t so easy at all the times. Just so you know, I am from a small Czech town with 7000 residents, where the new is not accepted so easily sometimes. Just for example, apart from Czech restaurants, we have one Chinese restaurant and few¬†pizza places in my hometown.¬†And that’s as far as the curiosity of new things can get. I believe that these days it might be better and¬†the young people are more open to the new flavours. But it will probably still take some time before the food mentality changes here.

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Ginger Pork Meatballs

Ginger Pork Meatballs

I love cooking with minced meat. There is so many possibilities how to turn it into delicious meals. Like in the Shepherd’s Pie With Swede. Or the Eggplant Lasagna Bolognese. Or like in these Ginger Pork Meatballs. My favourite meatballs of all the time.

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Slow-Cooked Beef Stew with Carrot and Celery

Slow-Cooked Beef Stew with Carrot and Celery

As much as I love soups, sometimes I have to spare this feeling for stews too. Or pretty much anything with a bit of liquid from one pot. Curry or goulash attending the competition of a perfect meal as well. There is nothing better on a cold rainy day than a nice bowl of comforting hot food filled with as many healthy things as your pantry offers.

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Beetroot and Sweet Potato Hash

Beetroot and Sweet Potato Hash

Would you like to add more veggies to your¬†breakfast game, but can’t really handle them raw in the morning? Trust me, you are not alone here. I would probably get sick if I was supposed to chew on half of raw capsicum for brekky. However, like with a wave of a magic wand, I can eat almost the whole thing if roasted. Preferably¬†as a part of hash. Like in this Beetroot and Sweet Potato Hash.

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