I’m Anne and I’m a food addict. Always planning the next thing that will be on my plate, I get particularly excited by spicy Thai food, proper fish and chips and anything that has rhubarb or cinnamon in it. Whenever I have some free space in my diary, I jump on a plane to eat my way around the world. The first thing I devour when I’m back in Luxembourg is a Rieslingspaschtéit.
Food has always been an obsession of mine. When I was little I was in the Scouts. And every honourable little scout had to get these badges for their uniforms, you know, like the “First Aid Badge”, the “Sports Badge” etc, you get the idea. Right, and the other day I stumbled upon my old uniform, and I realized that I only ever received two badges! And guess what they were?! The “Cooking Badge” and the “Reporter Badge”. I think I was destined to have a food blog!
I started “Anne’s Kitchen” in February 2010, to share my growing recipe collection. Over the years, the blog has evolved, and today I find myself lucky to say that it has offered me the opportunities to shape my career and do exactly what I’ve always wanted to do: cook, photograph and film food.
In September 2013, my very own Anne’s Kitchen TV show hit television screens in Luxembourg. In the first season of my show I am cooking British food – sometimes with a Luxembourgish twist – in my little London kitchen. I also introduce viewers to my favourite London neighbourhoods, and show them to the best foodie spots in town. The episodes are available here with English subtitles.
For my third season, I decided to focus on the food from my homeland, Luxembourg. It coincided with my move back to Luxembourg, and I thought it was about time to rediscover the country I come from and explore its intricate food culture.
I also count myself lucky to have travelled to Asia, to film my Anne’s Asian Adventures show in Tokyo, Bangkok and Hong Kong – eating my way through these 3 exciting cities!
I’m also super excited about my five Anne’s Kitchen cookbooks. In the first book, I share 100 of my favourites British-inspired recipes. My second book takes inspiration from Barcelona, Istanbul and Berlin and is packed with Mediterranean tapas, oriental delights and hearty German comfort food. My third book is about Luxembourg, my home sweet home, followed by Tastes of Luxembourg, packed with 10 traditional Luxembourgish recipes – and their 10 revisited twists. My latest book, Flavours of Home, was written during the lockdown and is full of comforting recipes o turn every day into something special.
For me cooking is all about sharing and enjoying life. My friends and neighbours love my food, and I hope you will too.
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