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When flicking through my grandma’s old recipe scrapbook I found this one, which is perfectly appropriate for Mardi Gras! Carnival is coming so be ready to have fun and lots of sweet foods!   Orange doughnuts – 3 or 4 oranges – 2 tbsp sugar – 30g sugar …

October 19, 2019

Do you wish you were as slender as an asparagus spear? Yes? Good luck with that! I personally enjoy eating them. No, not the dull asparagus salad with vinaigrette. There are so many other ways to prepare it, and it’s worth it! Asparagus pesto? You didn’t see …

October 17, 2019

What’s best to survive through the heat wave than a refreshing and cold lemonade? I’ve made these three lemonades recipes and labels for the French summer issue of Etsy (the craft and DIY market place). There’s plenty in it to entertain you: games, handcraft tutorials, colouring pages. And …

October 14, 2019

What is your solution against these freezing times? Surely relying on heavy and fat food that fills you up is tempting. Or you could be good to yourself and get the best out of your fruits and veg. I believe a great start in the morning can do …

October 11, 2019

Here are the things I looooved about Brussels : Fries in a cone on Flagey square… Belga café and its hot male patrons… Fish and seafood tapas at Noordzee… Belgian waffers – no Chantilly cream for me thank you – are to die for. But my real love …

October 7, 2019

I know what you’re going to say: isn’t it a bit dark? Well, I personally love using the black colour in cooking; it gives a chic twist to my recipes. In savoury dishes, the unbeatable colouring is of course squid ink, but using it in desserts would be …

October 3, 2019

Victoria sponge is one of my favourite cakes from England. I enjoy making it as individual portions, so I can eat them one after the other… huhuhuh The recipe below offers some variety to the original. I made my sponge lighter following Mayako’s  technique. I also incorporated some …

September 27, 2019

When the week end comes, you can recharge your batteries and go for brunch. Ever since I listened to this broadcast the other day on the French radio France Inter about the meat business, I decided to change my habits. The guest Yves Marie Le Bourdonnec is a …

September 24, 2019

This is my take on a Turkish classic recipe I’ve brought back from my holidays there last summer. Chorba is the common name for soup in Turkish, and there are as many recipes as days in the year! One that I discovered is rice and yogurt soup to …

September 22, 2019

This is my take on a classic dish. I present to you my pink dough pizza! My obsession for beetroot goes back a long time. I like it for its earthy flavour, its sweetness and of course, as you can imagine, for its colour, that we can describe …

September 19, 2019
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