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

Special [LesHalles] ep. – tomato and fennel soup

Les Halles was a famous French bistro in New York. Opened in 1990, it went bankrupt in the summer of 2017, but we are left with some of the recipes thanks to the books of Anthony Bourdain, who worked there for a while. Well, this is an attempt to get our PhD in fancy recipes.

Special ep. – Ratatouille

So, my mouth watered at all the meats in this month’s cookbook, but I was afraid I’d go to the butcher’s and get a cleaver between my eyes if I start with: -Was this cattle fed on grass? -Yes, ma’am, is it possible? We feed only organic, eco, not sprinkled grass for export to our

Special ep. – potatoes salad

Episode 2. Carmen, list the recipe! So, the recipe. American and because of that, with American quantities. Meaning: 2 pounds Yukon Gold potatoes, 1 tablespoon white vinegar, 1 tablespoon kosher salt, plus more to taste, 6 ounces thick-cut bacon, 1 cup Mayonnaise or store-bought mayonnaise, 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar, 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard, Freshly

Ep. 55 – beet and orange salad

Actually a garnish of 3 ingredients, but it became a salad due to my lack of inspiration. ? Yes, sometimes it happens to me too… Beetroot, washed, cleaned and sliced, placed in a tray (I prefer on baking paper), greased with olive oil and spices (salt, pepper, thyme, etc.), put in the oven over medium

Cookingbookclub 2 | Bourdain’s recipes :)

The second book proposed at the cookingbookclub in March / April was Appetites: A Cookbook by Anthony Bourdain. I don’t know how you are, but every time I (re)read Bourdain I get incredibly hungry. :)) Problem number 2 is that I would cook all the recipes (but who else climbs the scales, whoooo ?: D),

Cookingbookclub 2

This year’s number two book to read & cook is Appetites: A Cookbook by Anthony Bourdain. I read it in its days, even though I wasn’t a Bourdain fan, and I liked it. Because it starts with questions like “what do normal people do?” and “what does a normal happy family mean?”, meaning what they