First frost in winter as initial start for Brussels sprouts doesn’t count anymore as ‘rule’, but let’s agree that we are in that kind of season now. For Iris those cute vegetables ask for mustard, so let’s find something more sophisticated. Libelle lekker.be has a whole edition with Pascale Naessens (cook/model/ceramist/popular). This idea of mustard … More Brussels sprouts… nostalgic mood???
I love gratins, not only in winter. As for many recipes there are rich versions, and less rich versions. My preference is obvious, the less rich versions, but still ‘gratin’. For 2p, cut 2 fresh fennels, 2 sweet potatoes (approx 300-350 grams in total) and 1 large onion in slices of 0.5cm. Put the slices … More Gratin
Tarte tatin… yummie, so easy. This version is a bit more fancy, using the seeds of a pomegranate to create some extra color. I love sundays!
Chicory doesn’t belong to the ‘exotic’ department in Italy, but this recipe is for sure not familiar in this country of foodies. I bought 1 kilo of fresh chicory (recipe for 2p). Chop off the little brown end, make a few incisions in the hard part. Blanch or steam the chicory al dente. Drain and … More I did this one before, but it’s really worth to prepare it once more
For years I was used to prepare a vegetarian alternative for Christmas dinner. Recently Emilie decided to eat vegan and thus, let’s try. Eating vegan in a balanced way is not easy, and for sure, I would not recommand this diet for children. No meat and fish, okay, but vegan is much more than that … More Help, a vegan in the family
It’s winter and Iris doesn’t eat enough fruit (I always have my daily amount). So I decided to prepare 3 portions of this super easy recipe with 1 chopped mango, 250 grams of raspberry and 125 grams of blue berries. Make a mixture of 2 eggs, 200 ml of coconut cream and 1 table spoon … More You want a delicious breakfast/dessert/snack?
A delicate fish, sole, is at it’s best in a real traditional recipe, sole meunière, but….Let’s prepare it a little lighter, but still ‘à la meunière’ which means ‘the miller’s wife method’. Season each side of the sole (without skin) with pepper and salt. Put then some flour at both sides. Bake in a mixture … More Sole meunière