Something small, something cute, something tasty, something easy

For 3 portions, start with 3 small round courgettes. Cut of the upper part, remove the inside. Chop and fry 1 garlic clove and the inside of the courgettes. Mix with a pinch of peperoncino powder, 100 grams of ricotta, 30 grams of breadcrumb, 2 table spoons of chopped wild fennel and the zeste of … More Something small, something cute, something tasty, something easy

Veggie veggie veggie

Foodbloggers as Julie Van den Kerckove are  succesful because of their personal style of cooking. Foodbloggers as docV are just having fun in the kitchen and love to try all those different personal styles of cooking, fusion foodblogger? Anyway Julies filled courgettes with mushrooms and a little cream of avocado are awesome. Cut the head … More Veggie veggie veggie

I love courgettes

The first time I ate courgettes I was 17 and staying in Paris to improve my French. I still love Paris and  I still love courgettes and its incredible variety of preparations. The chubby round courgettes are meant to be filled. For 2p, half and empty 4 round courgettes. Chop the filling. Chop and fry … More I love courgettes

Courgette in English, Zucchini in American

Summersquash or zucchini/courgette is a delicious ingredient. By exploring the cuisines of the different continents you will be surprised by the incredible varieties of preparation. Today we go for a recipe of filled courgettes from the Middle East. The round courgette is probably the easiest to fill, but the long variety is perfect alternative and … More Courgette in English, Zucchini in American

Let’s prepare ‘un plat à la française’ during the season of the ‘Tour de France’.

Round courgettes ( 700-800 grams of courgettes for 2)are ideal to fill. There are so many ways to fill vegetables without becoming boring. Half the courgettes and remove the inner part. Chop 1 shallot, 3 garlic cloves and the inner part of the courgettes. Boil 100 grams of red rice. Fry the chopped vegetables and … More Let’s prepare ‘un plat à la française’ during the season of the ‘Tour de France’.