With the winter stretching its self through spring the year, I joined with the amazing DJ BBQ to cook up an outdoor winter warmer, Venezuelan inspired quesadillas with a hot cheese, guacamole and chicken filling ( traditionally found in the reina pepiada arepa). It is like a mexican sandwich or pizza; so simple yet so tasty!
http://ift.tt/1p3LKAK I went to Alex James and Jamie Oliver’s Big Feastival, about food & music in UK, to present a recipe on stage. With this video, you can see through my eyes and ears (and mouth). Feel it ! Youtube Subscribe : http://ift.tt/1ii73vU Facebook : http://ift.tt/1o6sFRD for mouth watering photos and good discussions 😉 Instagram : http://ift.tt/1o6sFRB I am thinking … Read More
As they say in Westeros, Winter is coming and when the cold arrives it is all about comfort food so that’s the perfect time to give a go to my twisted version of another beloved classic: my pulled pork hachis parmentier which is the French version of a shepherd pie. The beauty of this dish is that there is no precise … Read More
One of the most iconic snack of the French cuisine must be the Croque Monsieur: this sandwich is crispy on the outside and divinely melty in the inside and can be prepared in well under 10 minutes, which is quite unusual for a French dish. It’s something you can put together when you’re in hurry or when you’re in need … Read More
It’s the end of summer, the best season for eating fresh fruits and vegetables: wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could eat gorgeously ripe tomatoes, peppers, courgettes and eggplants all year long? Yes, you can find them in your supermarkets 365/365 but they’re not seasonal ergo not properly good for you nor the environment (or your pockets for that matter). So … Read More
Who’s scared of preserving? You think that lots of thing might go wrong and you’ll end up getting a nasty food poisoning. If you’re intrigued by the magical art of preserving flavours for an entire year then follow my 11, easy, tips. Trust me: everything is gonna be fine. #1 Perfect preserving materials : always start with intact, unspoiled surfaces. It’s ok … Read More
Crushing garlic isn’t difficult but it might take a couple of minutes to peel. Don’t bother, with this simple trick you’ll have minced garlic in no time at all.
Who has time to slice in half a single cherry tomatoes per time? Most of the times I don’t and even if I did I wouldn’t anymore after learning this trick. I hope you find it as useful as I do!
Being always up for a good challenge I accepted the one thrown at me by Anna from Cooking with Karma. The Aussie lady wanted me to prepare the famous Australian treat known as Lamingtons whereas I challenged her to prepare French Profiteroles. Lamingtons are very simple to prepare: delicious squares of sponge-cake are covered in a chocolate frosting and then coated in dessicated coconut. As … Read More