This is a French bakery-style chocolate cake that is naturally gluten-free with ground almonds and corn starch in place of flour.
What is beef Wellington? Ha! I had no idea what it was until I made filet de boeuf en croûte and my Australian rugby friend came over and said, “Oh! beef Wellington!” Oooooh! So that’s what it is. Beef Wellington is a beautiful cut of roast beef, enrobed in puff pastry and stuffed with mushrooms. According to British tradition, it’s made with a… Read More
This is not the first time I’ve posted a recipe of a French lemon tart, and in fact this recipe – right down to its gluten-free crust – is an exact replica of my first lemon tart post. The difference is that I’m showing you an end result that is as pleasing visually as it is gastronomically. The first lemon tart… Read More
I’m so cruel. I posted a picture of the lemon tarte I made today, promising the recipe on my blog soon. Instead I’m posting cauliflower. A cauliflower gratin recipe I made a few days ago. But cauliflower can be good too … As long as you’e not expecting lemon tarte. This recipe was suggested by my nutritionist and has become… Read More
The French word for leeks is “poireaux” and it’s pronounced pwah-roe. My mother-in-law made this traditionally French recipe when we went to their house a week ago for lunch. I thought it was delicious and decided to reproduce it. The kids were not huge fans, I have to say. Who cares. More for the adults! 🙂 I used 750 grams… Read More
I spent some time looking for a 9×9″ chocolate cake recipe because sometimes you just want a family-sized cake that won’t have you over-indulging for days. I searched the recipes out there and was not entirely satisfied with what I found. There’s the King Arthur flour recipe, which is vegan (and thus very cool if you’re vegan or have allergies). The downside is that… Read More