Eggplant pie

It’s time for another seasonal recipe! And it involves eggplants and tomatoes,two of my favorite summer veggies/fruits. I am realizing that I share a lot of savory pies,they are great in order to eat different veggies in one dish and easy to make too,so handy! This one has a lot of cheese so it maybeContinue reading “Eggplant pie”

Gazpacho andaluz

I don’t even know why I’ve never shared that before, sometimes we forget the most obvious things: that’s a must summer recipe and one of my most present childhood memories,my “seasonal journal” couldn’t miss that one! It’s my grandma and mom’s recipe and I took the photo before we left. You just need two clovesContinue reading “Gazpacho andaluz”

Zucchini Chocolate Bundt cake

Did you know that world chocolate day is celebrated on 7th July? I am more a salty person but I can’t live without some chocolate,so I try to choose treats without sugar or other additives. Oatmeal cookies with raw cocoa for example are easy and kids love it. Last month (already!?) I tried for theContinue reading “Zucchini Chocolate Bundt cake”

Geometric rhubarb pie

The end of the spring arrived and for the first time I found rhubarb so I absolutely needed to try a recipe and I chose rhubarb pie,it’s really easy the hard part was attempting these geometric styling 🙈I haven’t enough rhubarb for that and I did a few mistakes but here is the result: Ingredients:Continue reading “Geometric rhubarb pie”

Second birthday

Last week we celebrated the second birthday of our little one,and I wanted to share some ideas here,even if we made the same cake last year and I already shared the recipe,it’s just too delicious to not share again! The original recipe cake is sugar free which is perfect for young kids,but this year IContinue reading “Second birthday”

Focaccias and other flowers

First time I I’ve tried this and I am obsessed!gardenscape focaccia and it’s so easy and absolutely delicious! Ingredients: 380gr water, 600 gr flour,pinch of salt,pinch of sugar, dry baker’s yeast, 20gr olive oil Mix everything,let the dough rest 1hour, put it in the oven pan, let rest 30 min,then add some oil and theContinue reading “Focaccias and other flowers”

Candlemas!

Today we celebrate Candlemas, in France “la chandeleur” means the first signs of spring slowly arriving and here is all about “crêpes”. Why do French people make crêpes on this day? Apparently the tradition started when winter planting begin,and the excess flour was perfect to make crêpes. Their shape and color reminded the sun and warmer daysContinue reading “Candlemas!”