Parisian Gnocchis With Roasted Vegetables

Hello everybody! I’m coming back with a delicous and easy recipe which is simply perfect for the season! Most of you must have tried gnocchis before but have you ever tried Parisian gnocchis? Well unlike the Italian gnocchis, these ones are not made out of potatoes. In fact, the dough is the same as the…

Blood Orange Candies

Hello everybody! It’s blood orange season and of course I couldn’t miss on creating a new recipe with this delicious fruit. I made for you a very popular French candy called “pâte de fruit”, translated fruit paste. This fruit paste is a bit gelatinous, sticky and sweet. Pâte de fruit are very popular during Christmas…

Alsatian Kouglof

Hello everybody! Kouglof is a delicious Alsatian specialty which I have always enjoyed eating while I was leaving in France. My family is from a small village near Soufflenheim, a town very well known for their traditional Alsatian pottery. My grandma and even my mom have at home various potteries from this town, especially a…

Spaetzle

Hello everybody! As I grew up with Alsatian culture and food, spaetzle has always been a staple food in our home and one of my favourite thing to eat. I remember my mom making them from scratch in that big Alsatian ceramic bowl and I still remember the delicious smell of the dough. I asked…

Walnut Bredele

Hello everybody! Long time no see! I have been very busy in December so I haven’t posted anything but I didn’t stop cooking! Every year for Christmas, I bake bredele which are traditional Alsatian Christmas cookies and I must say that I went overboard this year! You can find the ones I always make on…

Apple Slippers

Hello everybody, I’m back after a little break! The cold temperatures have been bad for me and I had a pretty bad cold so I needed some time to rest, but now back to cooking! These apple slippers or “chaussons aux pommes”, as we say in French, are a great dessert or snack which is…

Butternut Mini Quiches

Hello everybody! I’m sharing another seasonal recipe this week which is super easy to make and delicious! I had a party at home for Halloween and I wanted to make something that would go well with the theme and I thought what is better than something orange like a pumpkin? These mini quiches are made…

Pear Tart With Pecans, Brandy & Maple

Hello everybody! I’m so happy that fall season is completely here now, especially since it’s my favorite season! I love the colors but mostly the wonderful ingredients that we get at that time such as butternut, apples, pears, nuts, chestnuts, etc. I really wanted to create a quick but flavorful fall tart. I decided to…

Spinach Soufflé

Hello everybody, I’m back with a delicious spinach soufflé recipe! I’m a big fan of soufflés as they are so fluffy and creamy inside so I really wanted to experiment a little bit. I usually make the classic cheese soufflé but this time I wanted to make it healthier and add some green in there….

Shrimp Bisque

Hello everybody! Last time I shared with you a lobster recipe and it made me think of another famous French recipe which is Lobster bisque. The only inconvenient is a that lobster can be expensive and is a luxury food, so most of the time I like to make my bisque with shrimps instead as…

Lobster A L’Armoricaine

Hello everybody! Today’s recipe is a French classic and probably one of the fanciest recipes I shared with you so far. If you’re a fan of lobster this might just be the perfect recipe for you! Lobster A L’armoricaine is a dish from Brittany, in the North-West of France, and is a real treat! First…

Gâteau Breton

Hello everybody! It’s time for cake and for this, nothing better than a buttery cake from Brittany! This region is very well know for its delicious cookies and cakes and I’m sure you must have heard of Kouign Amann and shortbread cookies. This cake is actually a bit of a mix as the texture and…