Breaded soft-boiled egg with herbs

Oeuf mollet pané aux herbes sèches

I just love eggs! Hard-boiled, soft-boiled, poached, fried, scrambled, omelet, they are just so good. Of course, it is very important to buy them organic and super fresh. You can really taste the difference when they are good quality eggs. Continue reading

Chwa, Moroccan lamb roast with cumin tomato sauce

Rôti de chwa d'agneau et sauce tomate au cumin

Do you remember my Moroccan roomies from Barcelona and their amazing spicy recipes? Harira soup, Moroccan chicken, mint tea… Here is another of their recipes: lamb chwa. It is perfect for Easter time. And I think it would be so Continue reading

Turnip greens fusilli

Fusilli aux fanes de navet

Have you ever heard about broccoli rabe? In Italy, they call it broccoletti in Rome, cime di rapa in Apulia, rapini in Tuscany, mazzareddra in Sicily and friarielli in Naples. It is a green vegetable with bitter taste leaves and buds that look like small broccoli buds. Continue reading

Marcela’s lemon and wholegrain mustard cod

I discovered Iceland during the summer 2016, the fire and ice land where nature is salvage and strong. During our trip, we slept at Marcela’s in Reyðarfjörður, a fjord on the East coast of Iceland. Marcela was very welcoming. She is Continue reading

Deep fried artichoke

This is an Italian specialty, from Rome particularly (carciofi alla giudia). Italians are artichoke lovers. Simply deep fried and served hot with a pinch of “fleur de sel”, it is a great and very-easy-to-make starter. I just love it! You Continue reading

Home made yoghurt with stewed strawberries and rhubarb

Have you ever thought about investing in a yoghurt-maker to make your own yoghurts at home? You really should! I bought mine two years ago, and it’s awesome. First of all, you don’t have to be a great cook to Continue reading

Bento box : saffron pasta with squid, vegetables and sesame oil – yoghurt and mint cucumber salad

Here is a recipe inspired by a Vietnamese dish my grandmother used to make with fried wheat noodles. I give it a twist using some lemon and saffron pasta, which is a perfect match with vegetables and fish. I presented Continue reading

Vietnamese spring rolls with nem chua

Everybody knows about spring rolls, but have you ever tasted the real Vietnamese spring rolls? My grandmother used to make them with fresh mint and coriander, green salad and a special Vietnamese fermented pork called nem chua. You can find Continue reading