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.
A couple of days ago, I came back to Paris where autumn is settling steadily. But before I dive into the soup recipes, I’d like to share one of the last of the summer bounty I was able to get my hands on before I left: courgette flowers.
One of the upsides of having to leave unexpectedly for a long period of time is that, culinary speaking, and as you have to empty the fridge as fast as humanly possible, it can get your creative juices flowing. Or at least, it can make you to do things you intended on doing but didn’t dare doing or never got around to doing until then.
I really wish I could find some witty, fancy, catchy introductory line to this article to make you want to click that « Read More » button, but I can’t find any… All I can really think of is the smell in the entire house while this beauty was baking and how there was not a crumb of it left within half an hour…
Today, it’s raining cats and dogs 😦 For a 21st of May, I was hoping for something better, but springtime seems to have skipped Paris and autumn is filling in …
In order remedy this pre-winter atmosphere, I decided to cook my favourite vegetable last winter: mushrooms. Lire la suite
Today, I’d like to tell you about a small tea room/café, lost in the streets of Nea Erythraia, a surburb North of Athens: All About Lemon.