Ep. 113 – Transylvanian pizza

When we were kids, my mother learned this pizza recipe, I think, from a neighbor. A recipe she keeps on making even now, when we don’t feel like making the classic pizza dough. It’s disastrously good. 🙂 So good, that I preferred it on NYE, instead of stuffed eggs. Yup, familydisaster and not (too much)

[cakesandcoffee 2] – chocolate and amaretto cake

Well, I am pretty sure you’ll like the next cake very, very much !!! 😛 It is fluffy and it melts in your mouth, it is sweet and it is perfect for a cup of black coffee. 🙂 Ingredients: 2 cups flour, 1 teaspoon baking powder, 250g soft butter, 1 cup sugar, 1 cup brown

Ep. 112 – broccoli cream soup

Well, if you haven’t learned anything new in lockdown, then you haven’t isolated yourself properly. 🙂 In my case, I learned that broccoli cream soup does not bite, which is the achievement of the year. :))) In a pot put a carrot, some leeks, about 6 cloves of garlic, a parsnip, a medium potato, a

Special [LesHalles] ep. – remoulade sauce with celery

A 450g celery cleaned, washed and julienned (first cut thin slices, then put them on top of each other and cut sticks). Sprinkle with lemon juice so it doesn’t oxidize and put it in a bowl. Add 100g of walnut kernels. Mix a quarter cup (60g) of mayonnaise with 2 tablespoons of mustard and a

Ep. 111 – pita with egg salad

It is said that the egg salad was eaten at the English tables in the 17th-18th centuries, after which mayonnaise was invented, after which egg salad sandwiches appeared. In our country, almost everyone has eaten something like this at least once in their life, only it must have potatoes. And olives. And sour cucumbers. LOL.

Cookingbookclub 9

Well, this month #cookingbookclub is a surprise, even for me. 😀 In theory it was supposed to be a book from which to read and cook together, that maybe we got tired of so many sites… In practice, it was difficult to choose, because I wanted to increase the accessibility of the fan club. 🙂

Ep. 110 – Niçoise salad

Ingredients: boiled egg, tuna, boiled potatoes, olives, red onion, tomatoes, lettuce, boiled green beans. Basically, a kind of potato salad learned in high school, with tuna, lettuce and green beans, plus a super fancy name and hard to pronounce. :)) French-inspired, it is a filling salad that looks good and eats even better. 🙂 The

[firstaidinthekitchen 1] – when you burned more than your vanity

Starting today we have another special series, #firstaidinthekitchen, because once you enter the kitchen there are maximum chances to burn/cut /hit /slip etc., that is why you have to be prepared both to prevent accidents and especially to give quick first aid when the situation calls for it. In my list of personal disasters, burns

Ep. 109 – chicken brine

Well, today I thought we’d celebrate with chicken brine. 🙂 I don’t know about you, but I drool when I hear the word brine. 😛 There are different recipes on the internet, but this one is extremely simple, with 4 ingredients, chicken (boneless thighs), bell peppers (red and green), hot peppers and tomatoes. And a