I always dreamed that fresh pipe tobacco would taste as good as it smells but unfortunately it is not the case … because obviously it is not edible HAHA! So I tried to recreate the smell of it in a delicious variation of a classic Manhattan cocktail recipe. Here’s what I came up with. Hope you will enjoy! Cheers!
Sometimes, all we need is a little kick!! All of our ingredients seem boring. Salmon, chicken, noodles, veggies. We feel sleepy just thinking of cooking what’s in our fridge. But with a little bit of magic, everything can suddenly look delicious. This magic trick has a name: Homemade Teriyaki Sauce!! HA-HA-HA So simple, so delicious and so easy to make. In 5 minutes you’re ready to coat your salmon in your Poke Bowl or to stir fry your favourite noodles, chicken … anything and everything. This homemade Teriyaki sauce will enhance the most boring ingredient you have in your fridge. I’m pretty sure I could even get Jean-Félix to love Bok Choy simply by dipping them in my Teriyaki sauce… Ok… Maybe not that far… HA-HA-HA but almost!!
Hi guys! I hope you’re all safe at home! Talking of safe, I think it is safe to say that being in containment had sparked in many of us, an imagination we forgot we had. Thinking of new ways to stay busy, new games, recipes… I always thought that being limited is a good way to be innovative and I try to apply that concept in my cocktails once in a while. Today, I’m giving you some tips to be able to create delicious sour cocktails at home, using what you have handy. I hope you will like it! Don’t forget to tag us on Instagram if you give it a try. We would love to see what you will come up with. Stay safe my friends. Cheers!
I loooove meatballs!!! Doesn’t matter what kind of meatballs. Asian, Italian, Swedish… I don’t care!!! With pasta, in a bread, on rice, or with mashed potatoes, I still don’t care!!! Just give me some meatballs!! What about you??
Being stuck home made me try a lot of stuff I never tried before. The global crisis we’re facing right now makes me feel like I need to be comforted and there is no better way for me, to bring a bit of joy, happiness and feeling of lightness than cooking some good recipes. It works all the time! As I miss Bordeaux really bad these days, and because it will probably take quite a long time before we can return, I decided to bake something that will bring me back in France. Bread and chocolate… Can’t ask for better!