To change a bit from the tabbouleh during summer picnics, I suggest an original and traditional salad. Original because the seed of couscous will be replaced here by quinoa and traditional because we will use a Swiss cheese of character : the Vacherin Fribourgeois.
I am a huge beetroot fan, as you can tell. I love everything red and sweet 🙂 ! This is the easiest recipe ever, but that’s also the best lunch box ever. A beetroot and shallot salad with oil and balsamic vinegar.
When I was telling you I enjoyed beetroot! Some little beet mousse verrine for a taste of summer.
Beet again, beet always, beet with love and a little fresh goat cheese because it tastes much better. A carpaccio of beetroot and fresh goat cheese for the road towards the summer.
I was waiting for rhubarb and strawberries for ages to come. Here they are. Just roasted in some butter, that’s delicious. Add some vanilla ice cream and that’s a dream come true.
When it’s warm and it feels finaly like summer arrived, nothing beat a good and fresh salad. But that’s not always easy to find new recipes and ideas. Today in collaboration with Pink Lady here is one, I propose you a green salad served with hoots accompanied by its fresh goat cheese, Pink Lady apples, […]
Delicious strawberries cover the stalls of merchants … A thousand and one way to enjoy it without too much distortion and here is one. A quick and easy recipe to finish a gourmet meal with a touch of lightness: strawberry triffles.
It has been a long time that I am living here (Lausanne, canton of Vaud in Switzerland) and I thought it was the time to make this recipe. I got some inspiration from Virginie’s recipe. And for the cabbage sausages, I went to get them at the butcher of “avenue de cour”, these are the […]
Regularly, I looked through the old cookbooks of my grandmother that I recovered. I found the recipe for a cherry clafouti. A page so damaged and sticky that I knew that his recipe has been used dozens of times before falling into my hands. Today is an apple version that I propose you and not […]
Have you ever heard of a buckwheat couscous with pork? Yes, it exists! This is a specialty that comes straight from Brittany. A recipe from my grandmother. A family tradition: The Kig ha farz or as my grandmother called it: the famous couscous Breton!