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Beetroot cappuccino…and November in reds Beetroot cappuccino…and November in reds By Myfrenchkitchen 11/11/14 17:35 A beetroot velouté, or creamy beetroot soup, is apart from delicious, also beautiful. Served as a starter in the way of a cappuccino, is a beautiful way to kick off an autumn or winter dinner. It is actually a good idea to always eta small starter of soup...
October scenes in the garden October scenes in the garden By Myfrenchkitchen 10/05/14 15:13 A big hello to all! I took a break, longer than intended, but summer kept me busy in several ways. As is the habit with summer, it is over before you know it and October sets in with all kinds of challenges: digging for warmer clothes….rain, bulb planting,...
October scenes in the garden October scenes in the garden By Myfrenchkitchen 10/05/14 15:13 A big hello to all! I took a break, longer than intended, but summer kept me busy in several ways. As is the habit with summer, it is over before you know it and October sets in with all kinds of challenges: digging for warmer clothes….rain, bulb planting,...
Baguette aux fruits rouges et jambon de Parme(baguette with red berries and Pama ham)..and a sign for every shop Baguette aux fruits rouges et jambon de Parme(baguette with red berries and Pama ham)..and a sign for every shop By Myfrenchkitchen 07/18/14 16:40 It happens to all of us: that day when the house is empty but the people hungry. If you have a baguette at hand(like all French homes do), some kind of fruit, like red berries(which you should have, because they are packed with health benefits!) and some...
Tarte rustique aux nectarines(rustic nectarine tart).. et le jardin de “Ronelle” Tarte rustique aux nectarines(rustic nectarine tart).. et le jardin de “Ronelle” By Myfrenchkitchen 07/13/14 18:38 We have harvested some delicious nectarines from our newly planted nectarine tree. Our first apricots and cherries were stolen by someone..I will have to take stronger measurements against the feathered folk next year… This rustic tart is prepared in a...
Tartine aux Courgettes …and “les jardins de Colette” Tartine aux Courgettes …and “les jardins de Colette” By Myfrenchkitchen 06/26/14 15:59 When your potager starts exploding with courgettes, it is time to come up with all sorts of ways to eat those courgettes without getting bored. But even so, by the end of summer, I feel like a courgette and can’t even look at one, let alone eat it. Courgettes...
Grilled tomato and goats cheese squares..and Bretagne(Brittany) in June Grilled tomato and goats cheese squares..and Bretagne(Brittany) in June By Myfrenchkitchen 06/16/14 17:36 We are outside. Non stop. The weather couldn’t be more perfect. The days are wonderfully warm, sunny. The cigales are crazily announcing summer in the meadows. I am crazily happy. Taking our meals outside in summer is a given. Preparing it outside is a...
Wild asparagus risotto with lemon and sage..and pulling off the road Wild asparagus risotto with lemon and sage..and pulling off the road By Myfrenchkitchen 05/20/14 19:24 I have a few risotto recipes that I adore. One is made with sweet potato, another with saffron, yet another with wild mushrooms and then…asparagus. In this case I used wild asparagus with a very short season, but delicious while they last. When the bumps...
Spring salad with asparagus, and spring “greens” Spring salad with asparagus, and spring “greens” By Myfrenchkitchen 05/15/14 19:59 *NB: I can’t seem to resolve the email problem. It lies with Feedburner and for the life of me, I can’t reach them to get any help. So I have decided to cancel the Feedburner feeds and move over to WordPress email notification and feeds. If you are interested...
Apologies for resending of old post Apologies for resending of old post By Myfrenchkitchen 05/14/14 22:00 I apologize for the resending of my old post . It has been a problem for quite a while now, and NOT of my doing. The problem is in the hands of the WordPress team, I hope they can help me soon. Unfortunately I cannot turn off the feed, for then the problem...
Yoghurt cake …and a scientific baker Yoghurt cake …and a scientific baker By Myfrenchkitchen 04/26/14 18:12 A yoghurt cake…infallible and so easy even your young children can bake it! Everything gets measured with the one yoghurt pot, perfect for someone like me who hates dishes! La recette: Pincée de sel: The cake is better the next day. Choose either the syrup...
Apologies for the reposting…again Apologies for the reposting…again By Myfrenchkitchen 04/25/14 09:05 Again I have to apologize for something that I am not guilty of. My last post has again been re emailed to my subscribers…I can understand your irritation with it…that is exactly how I felt this morning discovering it. I am trying my utmost best to fix...
Anchoïade ( anchovy cream)..and hopes of spring Anchoïade ( anchovy cream)..and hopes of spring By Myfrenchkitchen 04/10/14 17:08 *It seems my previous post of January has been re-emailed to my subscribers last night..It is a mystery….I promise it is not of my doing and I have no idea how it could have happened. I have never emailed a post twice, but I apologize and I trust all my...
“In the shade of the walnut tree” featured in a magazine “In the shade of the walnut tree” featured in a magazine By Myfrenchkitchen 01/19/14 15:42 I wrote an article for LEEF, an Afrikaans magazine in SA, about our life here in France. Their February summer issue was devoted to all things French and I was asked to do a contribution. I called it “In the shade of the walnut tree”. This is our favorite...
Beginning of a new chapter Beginning of a new chapter By Myfrenchkitchen 01/05/14 17:13 These past 3 weeks were spent entirely on packing up our Loire home. We wrapped and packed, and stored and transported furniture, cartons. We sorted, threw away, gave away and tried to keep only what we really love and need. It felt great to lighten the...
Country onion soup(Soupe à l’oignon champêtre) Country onion soup(Soupe à l’oignon champêtre) By Myfrenchkitchen 11/27/13 17:47 Winter has suddenly hit us with a bang and out came the soups of which onion soup is a favorite. The secret of a good onion soup rests on a good stock (preferably homemade) and of course the slow, deep caramelizing of the onions. If you want a quick soup...
Paris coffee-sandcookies( petits sablés de Paris au café) Paris coffee-sandcookies( petits sablés de Paris au café) By Myfrenchkitchen 11/13/13 16:34 Since childhood I have loved my mother’s coffee cookies. We always baked them for Christmas. These little sablés are good too and much less work than the real old coffee cookie Maman used to make. And..they come with a Parisian flavour! What could be better?...
Rainbow carrots with orange flower honey sauce..and rainbow chickens Rainbow carrots with orange flower honey sauce..and rainbow chickens By Myfrenchkitchen 10/29/13 17:01 Vegetables are part of our every day healthy diet, right? Five portions of different fruit and veggies every day. Yes, that is what we are advised here in France. I try my best to adhere to that..in any case, we love fruit and we love our vegetables. On...
Scottish shortbread.(Sablés ecossais) Scottish shortbread.(Sablés ecossais) By Myfrenchkitchen 10/23/13 16:02 I love sablés. with coffee or tea or on their own. You can’t go wrong with having sablés in your pantry/cookie tin. These round Scottish shortbread bring back happy memories, especially baked in these rounds and broken into triangles. Hope you like them...
Rustic apples in puff pastry..and l’hotel de ville Rustic apples in puff pastry..and l’hotel de ville By Myfrenchkitchen 10/20/13 17:20 Autumn is the time of year we eat rustic food. Finish are the dainty salads and light desserts..we now go for rustic, unadorned meals. Apples are in abundance and it will be a shame to allow the time to pass and not use them to their full. I saw these apples...
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