A beef Bourguignon is, above all, memories of Sundays at home or at my grandma’s, combinations of land flavours that had my tommy groan from very early on in the morning and made me be famished.View Post
Today it’s my birthday and on this occasion, I want to make myself a tasty and seasonal lunch; i.e. a recipe I found in the latest issue of the Slowly Veggie magazine, a vegetarian version of stuffed vegetables – truly one of my favourite meals at this time of the year.View Post
About mapping Hogwarts… À propos de la création de Poudlard… About no. 4 Privet Drive… À propos du no.…View Post
Is there anything better than mashed chickpeas with a spicy touch, and spread on a rice cake or a slice of sourdough bread, or even mixed in a salad? Hmm… I don’t think so!View Post
“A painter’s got a canvas. A writer’s got reams of empty paper. A musician has silence,” said British musician Keith Richards.
My canvas is all that my eyes can see.
A life-size canvas, white sheet of paper, silence
or thousands of sounds blending in.
And then comes my paintbrush, my pen,
and my little madness,
to create a unique painting, story, melody.
A cloud is the ideal place to shoot for the moon, so at 14 rue des Carmes, in a goldmine full of inspiration, and hidden behind a huge wrought iron gate, one meets all types of creative adventurers with slightly crazy ideas yet so promising at the same time – dreamers in other words…View Post
This salad, it is very simply what summer inspires. Fresh products, bright colours, the sun in my plate, and in my mouth. In the latest issue of the Slowly Veggie magazine, there’s this recipe of a tomato and fig salad, with sprinkles of buckwheat seeds chips and flakes of cantal cheese…View Post