Eggplant in tomato sauce sprinkled with mozzarella

I looooooooveee the new recipe I discovered! It’s a must! Oriental kitchen inspired 🔥🇲🇦



2 large eggplants, cut into 2cm-thick rounds
600g store-bought Napolitana pasta sauce
2-3 vine-ripened tomatoes
2 tablespoons torn basil leaves
1/3 cup (25g) grated parmesan or vegetarian hard cheese
3/4 cup (35g) grated low-fat mozzarella
2 tablespoons roughly chopped flat-leaf parsleyProcessed with VSCO with kk2 preset
olive oil spray

Step 1
Preheat oven to 190°C. Place eggplant rounds on paper towel. Sprinkle with salt and stand for 5 minutes. Rinse and pat dry with paper towel.
Step 2
Spray a non-stick frying pan with oil spray. Cook eggplant in batches over medium-high heat for 2 minutes on each side. Remove, set aside and continue cooking remaining eggplant.
Step 3
Spread pasta sauce over a large baking dish lined with baking paper. Lay eggplant over sauce. Top each round of eggplant with a couple of slices of tomato and some torn basil. Sprinkle with combined cheeses.
Step 4
Bake for 20 minutes or until cheese is golden and eggplant is soft. Sprinkle with parsley and serve with crusty bread.

Recipe from: GoodFood

Why choose cooking for friends

Why I love cooking for friends so much?

I love it for many things. Reason on is that look friends give eachother while enjoying a nice meal, the moment when all of our worries get lost and we embrace new tastes and fun. To provide someone a get away is the number one thing. Another reason would be that I enjoy cooking and baking. Ever since I was a little boy, I had passion for making goods in my grandmothers kitchen. I have two of grandmothers one of which is really flagmatic and another one who like to keep everything in order every second of her life. Both of them had a role in my a la chef education. Flagmatic one brought easiness and filtration to the kitchen. What makes a good ‘chef’ is that you need to know how to flirt with ingredients. Most of the time I’m not following cookbooks, I follow only my heart and guts. If my heart tells me to bring a new ingredient that isn’t on the list or put larger amount of it – I do it. But as all things in life, cooking needs a help of a ruler as well. Some of the things you really need to pay attantion of. For example, try not to play with the main ingredients such as flour, baking powder and oil if you are beginner. Otherwise you may end up with killer muffins.

Cooking and baking should be extremly fun, so gear up with some ingredients find a nice recipe and play around! Try flirting with lemon, honey, fruits, putting and mixing unusual flavors together. It may not taste as amazing as you thought it would, but it will always be eatable!

After you learn being flirty within your kitchen area (I’m not encouraging sex on the counter. Flirt with your food at first. It may lead you there after all.)  start bringing your friends over and show them how you flirt! The food never tastes as good as when you put all of your friends in one room and you all dip inside. Bring a bottle of a nice red wine to close the deal and enjoy the night with loved ones!

So here are some tips for your first summer hosting!

Tip No.1 Use flowers!

Use as much as flowers and plants as you can get, it will make ton of a difference! It’s so much more lively to eat next to nature. Or even better, make your dinner out in open!

Tip No.2 Do tryouts!

Try prepearing your food at least once before prepearing it for others, if nothing it will make you feel more confident in your cooking skillis!

Tip No.3 Use fruit!

Summer is just perfect for using and experimenting with all kind of fruits! Make mango sorbet or raspberry pie – my all time favs!

Tip No.4 Make a dress code!

It’s always an optional but it will give your party a different feel, and even if your guests will freak out at first at not having anything to wear they will love it at the long run. Dressing differently than everyday basis makes them run away from reality even more!

Tip No.5 Take photos!

Take lot’s of photos and use #VonGruMadeMeDoIt to get featured on Cooking with von Grü and me to praise your work!

Wish you a good luck!



Xx, Teo


Josh Stiller x von Grü – Morocco Vol 1

Hey guys! So happy to finally present you something totally different! I’m presenting you talented photographer Josh Stiller and our images from Morocco trip. Morocco is the country I have so close to my heart, culture is beautiful and I’m happy to share it here with you so you can enjoy Morocco as much as I’m enjoying it! This is only Vol 1, so be ready for more!

Follow Josh on IG: @josh_stiller and Flickr: Josh Stiller Photostream


Xx, Teo


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Because once you go black you never go back… Bahlen Beauty and Glo Minerals

If you always looked at those glittery dark skin people with envy – stop. There is something that can make even the most fair skin look dark. Thanks to Bahlen Beauty and Wow Junkie and it’s called Glo Minerals!

It provides broad-spectrum protection from the sun’s damaging rays while nourishing hydrators and antioxidants fortify the skin. This oil free moisturiser with SPF contains Hyaluronic Acid to attract and maintain hydration and protect skin against free radical damage. Plus, Zinc Oxide, Octinoxate and Octisalate to provide powerful broad-spectrum protection ageing harmful UVA and UVB rays.


  • Panthenol (D-) – Helps increase the skin’s Hyaluronic Acid content and helps to stabilise the moisture content of the skin. Application to the skin increases resistance to irritation by noxious chemicals and photoageing and prevents immunosuppression. Improves the skin’s ability to take in oxygen and helps to keep the production of sebum at appropriate levels. Also, helps the skin tolerate sun and maintain a smooth, non-dry surface; may also improve facial pigment conditions.
  • Hyaluronic Acid – Attracts and maintains hydration to hold 1000 times its weight in water. Prevents trans-epidermal water loss and protects against free radical damage caused by environmental aggressors.
  • 2.5% Octisalate – A safe UVB absorbing sunscreen, generally used in combination with other UV filters.
  • Tocopherol (D-alpha-) (Vitamin E) – An antioxidant that has anti-inflammatory properties and stimulates the immune system, protecting the skin from adverse effects of oxidative stress including photoageing. This is the natural, chirally correct form of Vitamin E.
  • 7.5% Zinc Oxide – A safe and non-irritating physical sun protectant. It is a broad spectrum UVB and UVA sun screen, also used for its soothing properties.
  • 7.5% Octinoxate – A widely used sun screen which absorbs UVB rays as well as protecting against UV light induced DNA alterations.



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