Leek and goat’s cheese quiche

lgcq1So you have a picnic coming up and you’re out of ideas for what to bring? Fear not, I may have just what you need.

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Roger Mooking’s fresh tomato galette

RMTTart1Are you on Instagram? I am. And it will come as no surprise to you that, just like my Pinterest feed, it is full of food pictures.

One picture that recently caught my eye was one posted by Canadian chef and recording artist Roger Mooking, whom I first heard of from watching Chopped Canada.

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Trahanoto with courgettes and ricotta

It happens to the best of us. You’re roaming the aisles of the supermarket, wondering what you’ll make for dinner/Sunday lunch and you’re stumped. You want to do something different, for once, but inspiration is short-handed.

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Roasted cherry tomato and spinach tortellini soup

TortelliniSoup1-3Cookies and cakes are to Christmas what pumpkin is to Halloween: for a few weeks, they are everywhere. Not that I mind, but I find that a savoury recipe is a nice change.

And unless you live in the southern hemisphere, you’re probably feeling like tucking into comfort foods. Now, I don’t know about you, but for me, nothing screams comfort food like a bowl of hot curled-up-on-the-couch-with-a-plaid soup. Lire la suite

Roquefort and walnut pinwheels

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I meant to share this last week. Unfortunately, a flu bug decided otherwise and had me curled up in bed for a few days.

On Wednesday, I visited this year’s first edition of the Salon Saveurs. The exhibition is like a fashion fair, but for food. You find anything you could possibly think of food-wise, Lire la suite

Aubergine mille-feuilles with goat’s cheese, cinnamon, pistachios and honey

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Hello everyone! Look who’s back!

I’m very sorry I haven’t posted in so long, but I’ve had a few cooking mishaps on some recipes I was working on. You know, good weeks, bad weeks… It happens I guess :-/

Fortunately, the last one turned out just fine and yummy!

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