The new website of Rock Cafe Leuven just got released at RockCafeLeuven.be. Yours truly will try to get the rock cafe out of the stone age and into the 21st century. Stay tuned for more updates in the near future! Check out the event agenda for upcoming shows at rock cafe!
A spicy variation on a classic theme:Smoked salmon lasagne with white asparagusIn a mozarella and lime saucewith bacon and mushrooms… Introduction Some might say this is a bit of an exaggeration of weird fusion, but let me tell you, it’s not! When asparagus are in season, this is a classic I make nearly every year. A lasagne with smoked salmon and fresh asparagus, the white gold! You can go different in terms of vegetables, but I went for fresh Dille (must have with Salmon for me), red onions, mushrooms and I also decided to throw bacon in the mix. Just …
Next weekend I’ll join my parents in their Garage Sale in Lommel, where I’ll be offering a bunch of vinyl and CD’s, as you can see in the picture on the right. Obviously there will be a record player available to test vinyl and to maintain a fun atmosphere. The offer in terms of vinyl you can find at Record for Sale/Exchange. Next to that there will also be a wide selection of CD’s, both singles and albums at very reasonable prices (0,10 / 1 EUR). I will also have a selection of MetallicA bootlegs (live recordings and demo’s) up …
A seasonal meal soup
with Habanero, Pumpkin and tomato
topped with baked forest mushrooms
and crunchy croutons
A sweet and sour hot sauce,
from golden Physalis berries
and golden Habanero Burning Bush!
Spicy sweet and sour Pork Ribs
in a marinade of Honey and Mustard
slow-cooked to perfection!
A variation on a popular classic!
Chicken brings a new dimension
to this Italian delight!
Spicy variation on a classic,
a sour twist to extinguish the
initial fire of the Habanero
and to preserve a slow burn…
A smoked barbecue sauce
full of Habanero and Laphroaig aroma’s…
Sweet yet sour, hot yet smokey,
but above all incredibly versatile!
The music section of this blog has been online for quite a while, but only recently I made a first post in it. Today, I’m adding one more to let you know what I’ll be posting here in the future and to give you a first example of records I want to talk about for a bit. You may note I also put this post in the burnout blues section of the website, as records have also helped me a lot in slowing down in life. Next to my professional life, also my private life had always been too packed until a few years ago.
The younger ones (and heck, also the older ones I reckon) among you, are probably using Spotify or other streaming resources for your musical entertainment. While I’m really fond of how accessible a wealth of music is available through these, I can’t help but love it more to have physical records in my hand. The size, the sleeve and artwork, it feels good to hold and look at. It looks beautiful when it’s on the turntable, as you can see on the left. The imperfections because of dust, minor scratches or surface noise, it all adds to the experience. You’re holding history when you’re holding records, they’re more dynamic than one would assume. So you wonder why I’m not on Spotify if I’m into music that much? My Spotify is my record collection that today holds over 750 records, all collected during the past 2 years. That’s about 1 new record each day. That’s so much to discover, so much to listen to again and again.