If you are following our Instagram account, no need to tell you that eggs are huge part of our menus. If I could, I would eat eggs every day. A good way I found to eat them as often as I can, is to mix them with all my other favourite ingredients. HA-HA-HA This time it’s with asparagus, butter and Parmesan cheese. WOW!!! Those four ingredients are simply perfect together!
I am a huge huge fan of soups! I mean, all kinds of soups. The only problem I have is called Jean-Félix! He is not! HA-HA-HA! Or maybe should I say, he was not. After several years spending together and after many, many, many soups, I think I succeed in making him enjoy most of them. It’s a big victory! LOL I’m still crossing my fingers about mushrooms. Yes … you read well… He hates mushrooms. I love to say that it is its only big default. But about all the rest, he is almost perfect! Says the girl who’s totally in love! HA-HA-HA
To me, some of the best meals are the simple one. No need to go crazy with hours and hours of cooking to put something delicious on the table and to have an amazing time. As I am completely addicted to eggs, there are often part of the party! I love them in every way. Boiled, fried, scrambled, poached, hard … I don’t care!! For breakfast, lunch, dinner or late snack … No matter … I just LOVE them! So here’s one of several ways that I cook them.
At first that recipe was for as lemon squares … But some raspberries caught my attention at the market so I decide to make lemon square in a different way. I thought they would simply look and taste fantastic as pies topped with fresh raspberries. I was right! Raspberries and lemon is such an amazing paring.
When I bought this embossed rolling pin on Etsy I was very eager to receive it! I mean, I love butter cookies! I have plenty pastry cutters to shape then according to my mood but this little thing … it seemed next level! I let you judge by yourself but to me, it really did the trick. The prettiest butter cookies I’ve ever made 😊 Oh! Did I mention that it came with a recipe? I usually don’t try the recipes found on the back of a box but I had a different feeling about this one. I was right. I didn’t change a thing and it was PERFECT! So with no further ado, here it is.
We were in San Francisco couple of weeks ago for a photoshoot. Yes, we are the luckiest one who had to shoot the entire menu of a pizzeria. You know what is the best in that kind of contract? When after the photoshoot, you can eat all the menu you photographed. HA-HA-HA I love my job so much!
Saying the name 3 times might take me to this fantastic world … who knows??? Do you remember Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz? Knocking heels 3 times to bring you where you want. If it was that easy, I would be part of Olivia Burton’s world.
The first time I saw Khachapuri it was on Instagram. I thought it was one of the coolest things to eat I ever saw. I didn’t know what it was at this moment. I did some research and I discovered that Khachapuri was a typical meal from Georgie. Apparently Khachapuri are everywhere there. You can find many versions of this popular meal but if you ask me, as soon as I saw, cheese, eggs and butter I was conquered and there was no need to look further… I had to try! HA-HA! I guess you’re beginning to know us a bit now. This is totally our type of food.
The day I fell for Paul Marius was an amazing day. We were just getting in the beautiful city of Montpellier in France. We arrived by train in the evening, and we checked in our Air B&B. It was a lovely loft at “La Place de La Comédie.” Every time we get in a new spot, we always run to the window to see what’s the view like and this time, something different was there! It was in the building in front of our loft in such a cute little pedestrian street. This gorgeous handbag. Black and gold, not too big, just enough … you know… Perfection! It was love at first sight but it was out of reach … the store was closed.
For me, this recipe is 100% French and it reminds me of all these amazing times we had when we were in France. French cuisine is one of my favourites. It’s true that French cuisine is most of the time very technical but not this recipe. As I’m not a professional cook and because I love comfort food, I prefer simple dishes. In my opinion, they are the best! Most of the greatest chefs out there developed their passions and learned their skills when they were young. Playing and running around their mother and grandmother in the kitchen when they were cooking. They were soaked in all these cooking traditions and all this know-how that’s shared from generation to generation. Comfort food evokes the pleasure, the warmness and the happiness linked to our childhood.