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How to prepare a king crab

Posted by Certain Cravings on September 11, 2012 at 12:25 PM Comments comments (0)

A couple of months ago they opened a new supermarket called Marqt. Marqt is a Dutch supermarket chain and only sells organic products. To my great suprise they also sell a lot of fresh fish. As a fish lover I couldn't be more happier!

Marqt also sells king crab legs, but because it is so expensive and I had no idea how to prepare it, I wasn't sure if I should buy it. Until last night! Last night the boy bought s...

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Easy Beef Bulgogi Recipe

Posted by Certain Cravings on September 9, 2012 at 7:25 AM Comments comments (0)


This is the first Korean dish I've ever had. I forgot all about it until last week. We had dinner at a very cute Korean restaurant. It looked more like a living room than a restaurant. I decided to make this at home. I was afraid it would be to complicated but it's so easy!



  • 500g beef cut into thin slices;
  • 5 tablespoons soy sauce;
  • 1 tablespoons white sugar;
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Restaurant Cesky Raj Prague

Posted by Certain Cravings on August 30, 2012 at 1:40 PM Comments comments (0)


I have always thought that goulash was a typical Hungarian dish. Luckily for me they also love this dish in Czech! After a whole day of sightseeing in Prague it was time to eat. We weren't to sure about the restaurants. We had a hotel in the Nove Mesto area and most restaurant were a bit too 'touristy' for my taste. They even displayed their prices euros. That is always a red flag for me. Finally we found a qui...

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The PUB Praha Restaurant Prague

Posted by Certain Cravings on August 27, 2012 at 5:10 PM Comments comments (0)

I can't believe how much Prague has changed! The last time I visited Prague I was in high school. Although it was no longer a communist country, it was still a bit of a culture shock. A beautiful city centre, but surrounded by sad grey building blocks.

McDonald's was even considered as a 'luxurious' restaurant. The locals really had to save some ...

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Char Siu BBQ Recipe (Chinese roasted pork)

Posted by Certain Cravings on August 18, 2012 at 12:30 PM Comments comments (0)


A true BBQ classic!!! A BBQ is just not complete without this dish :-). The secret is of good char siu is choosing the right piece of pork. It should be a fatty, so it doesn't become dry and chewy. Also it is important to marinate the pork overnight, so the meat can soak up all the flavours.



  • 500g pork but cut into long stripes;


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