The best Wild Garlic Soup! (Traditional & Thermomix Version)

It is almost the end of the wild garlic season! Those lucky enough to live in the countryside can still enjoy the walks through the woods looking at these marvelous plants growing as far as the eye can see. There is a very light garlicky smell in the air, but not to worry, this garlic … Continue reading The best Wild Garlic Soup! (Traditional & Thermomix Version)

Fish Pie

My husband loves English "Fish Pie", so I tried to find the perfect recipe for him. There are lots of different ones but I tried, knowing that he likes to have not only different pieces of fish but also prawns in his Fish Pie. Together with a delicious sauce and mashed potatoes as soft as … Continue reading Fish Pie

Parisian salad with asparagus

Another little salad from my repertoire! I love it, it's so fresh, light and elegant ! My Cookbook: Dinner is ready! If you are always looking for tasty, simple and inexpensive everyday recipes, you should take a look at my book “Dinner is ready!”. There you will find a wonderful selection of vegetable-rich, relatively quick-to-prepare … Continue reading Parisian salad with asparagus

Italian Quiche ‘ADDC Style’

Quiches are a big part of French cuisine. Especially in the summer, which I always spend with my family-in-law in southwestern France, I make quiches several times a week. There are an infinite number of variants, everyone can create their own. Here I share the recipe of my Italian quiche with you, a quiche that … Continue reading Italian Quiche ‘ADDC Style’

Simple rhubarb tart

This recipe is for true rhubarb lovers! There is a very real danger of addiction! The slight acidity of the rhubarb against the caramelised crunch of the pie crust is simply mouth-watering! Recipe for a tart of 26 cm diameter Shortcrust pastry 250 g flour175 g butter5 g salt10 g sugar1 eggFilling650 g peeled and … Continue reading Simple rhubarb tart

Vichyssoise soup – french cold potato-leek soup

The Vichyssoise is an excellent soup for hot days because it is one of those soups that is savored cold, comme for example the Gaspacho, although it's also delicious hot. The Vichyssoise was created at the start of the 20th century by a Frenchman in New York for the opening of the Ritz Charlton's outdoor … Continue reading Vichyssoise soup – french cold potato-leek soup

Blueberry Swiss Role

With a little more training of the jam Swiss Role there are a multitude of recipes that can made based on it. One very refreshing cake that I really like is the Blueberry Swiss Role. Very little sugar and fresh, I also love its beautiful colors. Make the Swiss Role according to the basic recipe. … Continue reading Blueberry Swiss Role

Wild garlic risotto – (Traditional & Thermomix)

It's wild garlic season, so I'm taking this opportunity to share with you a recipe that is to die for. Wild garlic has been widely used in Europe and Asia. You can eat the leaves as a vegetable or condiment. Their flavor is delicate. It is a very ancient medicinal plant known to the Celts … Continue reading Wild garlic risotto – (Traditional & Thermomix)

Mums english sandwiches

When I was little my mother always made these absolutely divine sandwiches for us! They are exquisitely light and very very fresh thanks to the delicious ingredients. With us they are so popular that even my 4 year old who normally sulks when he sees raw vegetables eats everything on it. It is a pleasure … Continue reading Mums english sandwiches

German potato pancakes

I posted the recipe for my 'Rösti' yesterday but another recipe based on potatoes which is a great German specialty are the 'Kartoffelpuffer' or 'Reiberdatschi'. They are made from raw grated potatoes. Not only very popular to make at home, the Germans serve it even as streetfood during fairgrounds, carneval and Christmas markets. My father … Continue reading German potato pancakes