Cordon Bleu, traditional French cuisine

“The French term cordon bleu is translated as “blue ribbon”.[4] According to Larousse Gastronomique cordon bleu “was originally a wide blue ribbon worn by members of the highest order of knighthood, L’Ordre des chevaliers du Saint-Esprit, instituted by Henri III of France in 1578. By extension, the term has since been applied to food prepared to a very high standard and to outstanding cooks. The … More Cordon Bleu, traditional French cuisine

Ready for pasta because ‘remember docV lives in Italy;-)’

Put 4 chopped garlic cloves, 1 chopped big fennel, 1 table spoon of dried basil, 1 spicy little pepper and a drizzle of olive oil in an oven dish. Bake at 180° for 20 mins and stir now and again. Add 300 grams of halved cherry tomatoes and bake for another 15 mins. Boil some … More Ready for pasta because ‘remember docV lives in Italy;-)’