Gratin of Brussels sprouts in the County

Brussels sprout gratin Before starting cooking the Brussels sprouts , I recommend you to open the window because yes, cooking the sprouts, level smell, it is not too much of a party. It seems that to reduce the smell, you have to put a piece of dry bread in the cooking water. But I never…

marinated tuna, avocado and prawns salad

Poke bowl tuna avocado shrimp A few days ago, I told you about the trend of poke bowls (click to read the article), those salads with raw fish, vegetables, soy sauce and sesame seeds. Today, I have a recipe for them and I can tell you that we had a great time. You can serve…

La cuisine de la Dolce Vita d’;Eleonora Galasso

A la Romaine – Eleonora Galasso I will try in this month of November to regularly offer you gift ideas for the holidays. We start with this beautiful book of Eleonora Galasso dedicated to Roman cuisine . Eleonora , I don’t know if you remember, but I met her several times and each time with…

Easy chicken rillettes

Chicken rillettes (c) Jules CCBY20 I’ve already offered you a ticket called what to do with leftover chicken . In our house, since the eldest daughter left home for her studies, we often have white . So while searching on Marmiton, I saw this recipe for chicken rillettes that can be served as an aperitif…

Roasted Autumn Vegetable Quinoa

Quinoa and Roasted Autumn Vegetables Like many of you I imagine we are trying to eat less meat at home. Omnivores trend flexitarian 🙂 Not out of pure vegetarian conviction, but rather because on the health side it is advisable to eat less. And also for ecological reasons. On the meat side, I’ll allow myself…

Pastry cream and its derivatives

Pastry cream ©Elflaco1983 shutterstock Crème mousseline , crème chiboust , crème pâtissière , crème diplomate , you’ve already heard or read these terms without really knowing exactly what it was, don’t panic, I’m here : p I took the opportunity yesterday to be a jury member at a pastry competition, as part of the Bordeaux…

Gift idea: Vicky’s Flower of Vicky

Le Fleurie de Vicky You certainly know my friend Anne Victoire under her nickname, miss Vicky Wine. A wine blogger from the very beginning, she has contributed greatly to dusting off and feminizing the world of wine. What you may not know is that Anne Victoire offers a few vintages under her name, notably the…

Seasonal products : December

New Year’s Eve menu (c) Africa Studio shutterstock Tenth month says its name from Latin and like all the others, it has kept the imprint of the Roman occupation. Romulus gave it thirty days, the emperor Numa twenty-nine and Julius Caesar thirty-one. The days became short and the nights very cold. The vegetable garden is…

The Citrus Bible: Mélanie Martin

The Citrus Bible – Mélanie Martin I love citrus fruits in cooking, in both sweet and savory dishes. And this book by Mélanie Martin really puts them in the spotlight. Sweetness of orange, acidity of lime, fragrant flavors of yuzu, citrus fruits are added to sauces and seasonings, make delicious jams and condiments and give…