Le gateau du dimanche… that (homemade) sunday sweet treat. It’s a family institution (my side. Dutchie… not a sweet tooth)
Last weekend, I found the first rhubarb stalks of the season at the market. I just could not resist making rhubarb tart. With a thin layer of hazelnut and bloodorange cream.
I’m back from skiing! …in one piece, with a finally fading mustle ache, bruises on my sheens (damn ski shoes! why can’t we ski in slippers) and a lovely goggle-sun-tan. I loved it!
Yet, after one week in a foreign kitchen, it feels great to get back to my own kitchen with my [...]
Ahhh… winter! It’s cold outside and already dark… I miss the sunday sweets that we would share all together for tea time when I was a child. Mostly homemade, sometimes chosen with care at our favourite pastryshop, served with a steaming cup of tea or cocoa, to warm us up after a reviving walk in the guarrigue or along the beach…
Food blogging events is what brought me to food blogging. I love the challenge of creating a dish out of a theme or selected seasonal ingredients. It is such a creative process where I can let my inspiration work freely. I love it.
Last week, I was browsing through “
Bienvenue & Bon appetit in my kitchen!
Myriam, la gourmande.
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