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I’m writing this at 8:54pm. There is a cake cooling on the counter. It will be photographed in the morning, because I want a warm glow of natural sunlight in this particular picture, and I am already building the scene in my head. With food photography, I always try to brainstorm my shots, plan my […]

October 9, 2018

Getting kids to eat their veggies is never easy. Maybe you got lucky and your little angels love their greens but I can tell you that mine is not a fan. As a family who values fresh ingredients, clean eating and vegetarian cooking, I had to get creative to figure out how to make sure […]

August 23, 2018

I love breakfast. It is my favorite meal of the day. And I am not afraid to have breakfast for dinner. Croissants, baguette loaded with butter and jam or cheese (did I mention I was French?), a tub of coffee, and I am in heaven. Unfortunately, if you are like me and you are {slightly} […]

March 13, 2018

Avocado is one of my favorite vegetable… I mean fruit… I mean… Oh who cares, it’s my favorite. And as my favorite, it is ALWAYS on my shopping list. The problem is, sometimes I have quite a few left in my fridge from the previous week’s shopping. Solution: easy made-in-5-minutes-guacamole. You will need: Ingredients: – […]

February 7, 2018

As the winter seem to start lingering and I count the days until summer, I find myself longing for bright colorful food. Thank goodness there are beets! I use this ultra simple beet soup recipe to beat the winter blah: Ingredients: – 1 red onion – 3 large beets – 1 cup of red lentils […]

January 30, 2018

I don’t know you but I think butternut squash is one of the best fall / winter veggie (anything that starts with ‘butter’ can only be awesome, right?). And yet, I really don’t cook it very often. Two reasons: one it is a massive pain to peel and chop, and two, it is pretty big […]

January 14, 2018

Being born and raised in France, I am not too big on baking cookies (cakes, yes! pastries, yes! bread, triple yes!), so I love this recipe because it tastes amazing, it is different and most of all, it is super easy to makes. Win, win, win.  PECAN FINGERS 1 cup butter ½ cup confectioner’s sugar […]

December 31, 2017

Old Fashioned Ammonia Sugar Cookies ⠀ (Makes about 10 dozen cookies)⠀ Baker’s ammonia (ammonium carbonate) is a classic leavener, called for in your grandmother’s or great-grandmother’s recipes. It creates a lighter cookie than baking soda (the modern equivalent). You can purchase it online. The ammonia smell really emerges when you bake them; but when they […]

December 31, 2017

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