Braised red cabbage is a traditional side dish served together with venison. To be honest, I have never been a big fan of cooked red cabbage. Red or white in fact. But cooking is all about tasting, tasting and tasting again until you finally like it. Actually the case for me with this recipe!
Poached pears in red wine is definitely the best side dish for wild meat; so tasty that you can even serve it for dessert with some vanilla ice cream. But now that I have made it once, my friends will taste often!
Right now it seems to me that I am only making baby food. I do not cook anything else. Maybe at some point I will share the recipe for the little ones here as well. To fill in the white spaces. So when we finally invited some people for the first time at our place, […]
Not so easy to find time for breakfast. Almost impossible you can even say. I was already in trouble when I had only to take care of myself. But now that I need to take care of Julie as well and pop by the nany’s house… I drink my first cup of tea at 8.30 […]
Happy mother day! My first one! I am looking forward to receive plenty of “beautiful” crafts from my daughter growing already too fast. Already 4 months in few days… For this big day on sunday, I am sharing with you a great friend’s recipe, a tzatziki with smoked salmon on homemade blinis. Awesome to bring […]
Finaly Julie is here! I hope that you will understand but I will closing the blog for a while until we manage to find a nice rythme for the 4 of us (yes we do have a cat as well). So maybe two weeks, or 2 months… I have no idea to be honest…
Valentine’s day is coming. The famous celebration of love created to make us spend again some money after christmas. Chocolate, flowers, gifts and most of all restaurants… I think I already told you this story but anyway… We always celebrate Valentine’s day at home since this terrific evening when I wanted to do like everybody […]
Crêpes for us that’s a whole story. My grand-parents from my mother side come from Brittany the French region from where crepes are from. They were always speaking Britan language together, so we couldn’t understand a word of what they were saying. My grandma learned french at school around 7 years old. She came from […]
Something fresh in our plates with these brick with fresh goat cheese, apple, dried figs and nuts together with a little green salad of course. After this food marathon for our liver and stomac, christmas, new year, epiphany and soon “crêpes” … I have to admit that I can’t take it anymore.
End of the year celebrations are now definitely over. Waiting for next year, when we will have our little girl crawling around the Christmas tree. Maybe even walking, who knows. Right now, while I am writing you, she is kicking but in my balley, strangely moving like a little and cute alien was living in […]