16.01.2019, Nicolas Vahé, Tips & tricks
Go offline and spend the time on your herbs. It is wonderful to have herbs close at hand when you are cooking – and they are very easy to grow.
Plant the herbs in beautiful bowls and place them in a sunny area in your windowsill. Water the herbs on a regular basis and make sure that there is a hole in the bottom, so extra water can run down.
Tip ... Place small nameplates on the herbs – in this way, you are able to tell them apart. Then it is also easy for you to find some sweet basil for your Bolognese and some fresh mint for your mojito.
Can you think of something better than waking up a Sunday morning and taking a pack of homemade buns from the freezer that are ready for the oven? Here at Nicolas Vahé, we love slow mornings.
Go offline and spend your time rationally by making delicious bread or buns – it will make your life easier at a later date.
Tip ... Do you need something that is easier? Then try one of our delicious bread mixes from Nicolas Vahé.
Spend your time on organising your kitchen. Reuse your empty Nicolas Vahé glasses and bottles and use them for storage of different ingredients and as small tools. Place labels on your bottles so you can tell the difference.
Here at Nicolas Vahé, we believe that organising provides you with a certain inner peace – and as a bonus, it is easier to find your kitchen utensils in the future.
Bring your inner housewife to light and preserve your own vegetables. You can preserve anything from carrots to red onions and cucumbers. With a glass of preserved vegetables, you are always able to provide your sandwich with an extra touch. The only thing you need is a patent glass and a portion of pickle.
Classic pickle ala Nicolas Vahé:
- 2 dl vinegar
- 2 dl hot water
- 100 g sugar
- 2 tablespoons Nicolas Vahé pepper mix
- ½ teaspoon Nicolas Vahé salt / The secret mix
How to do:
Cut the vegetables and put them in the patent glass. Pour the pickle over, put a lid on and put it in the fridge.
Have a dinner party where presence is the focus of attention. Take your time to make the dinner – food made with love always tastes better.
Set an inviting dinner table with your favourite cutlery, serviettes, candlelight and personalised place cards.
Invite some friends and ask them to put down their phones during the dinner. Focus on being in the present and enjoy each other’s company.