Cathrine Mathiesen


Kitchen Karma

Baby food
Baby food When Clara was ten months her food was finally starting to taste like food. After raiding Portobello Road for fresh fruit and vegs and a couple of hours in the kitchen, her menu would typically be: Sweet chicken Four small free-range chicken fillets (the really small and delicate ones), half an onion, two large parsnips, two […] Read more – ‘Baby food’
Warming winter soups
Everyday tomato soup I grew up with this soup, and I believe it was the first soup I  learnt how to make. The really great thing about this recipe is that it is not so much a recipe as a way of inspiring you to make a similar kind of soup. Chop some vegetables, I […] Read more – ‘Warming winter soups’
Favorite summer salads
Classic Caesar Fillets of anchovies, egg yolks, Dijon mustard, both olive and grapeseed oil, Worcestershire sauce, lemon, garlic, salt and pepper make up the lovely mayo-ish sauce. Spread over crisp Romano lettuce and sprinkle with croutons, parmesan and pieces of chicken breast for a more solid meal. Such a classic and always a treat. Feta, […] Read more – ‘Favorite summer salads’