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

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

Molten chocolate cake with azuki beans

I really wanted to share with you this deliciously soft and light molten chocolate cake recipe made with red Japanese azuki beans. It’s a very nice and gluten free recipe that will help you eat more legume, full of proteins Continue reading

Ultimate silky bay leaf crème brûlée

To create this dessert, I used my friend and pastry chef Gilles Bajolles‘ crème brûlée recipe which is so silky and creamy. And I infused some bay leaves in the cream like the chef Florent Ladeyn: I tasted his wonderful Flemish Continue reading

Adobo marinated pork belly glazed and grilled on the barbecue

Another great recipe from my Tao expeditions in the Philippines. We tasted an incredibly melting-in-the-mouth and savoury meat at the Tao farm’s Kantina in the North of Palawan island. The pork is first simmered for hours to become tender, then marinated Continue reading

Slow cooked duck with coconut milk and lemongrass

Here is a dish I tasted in the Philippines during my Tao expedition. It was our last night in the remote islands ; we stopped in the sheltered paradisiacal Tapiutan island and slept in a base camp with no running Continue reading

Vegan spring rolls with plantain and purslane, ultimate roasted peanut sauce

In Januray 2017 during my trip to the Philippines, I tasted some outstanding vegan spring rolls at the Tao farm in Palawan island. I even helped rolling them and chef Ann gave me her ultimate roasted peanut sauce recipe that Continue reading

Tortang talong, filipino eggplant omelet

You probably know the usual ham and cheese omelet, or the mushroom one. But have you ever heard about eggplant omelet? Eggplant and eggs go very well together. Maybe that’s the reason why we call it eggplant? Who knows! In 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