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Vietnamese omelet

Crispy Vietmamese Omelet

The first time I tasted a Vietnamese omelet I could not believe that it was eggless. What a discovery! It was light, fluffy, with a light yellow hue. It was crispy on the edges and thicker in the middle to hold the filling. Oh and don’t get me started on the pickled carrots on the […]

Potato Green Bean Salad

French Potato Green Bean Salad with Creamy shallot dressing

Whenever we can find young fresh beans, we love to make a green bean and potato salad. This salad is rustic and wholesome. It is also a French classic that I grew up with. It makes a great lunch on its own because it is filling and satisfying. You can make it more colorful by […]

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Traditional Seven Vegetable Couscous

My first discovery of Moroccan food was in a small and colorful restaurant in my hometown in the South of France back in the seventies. It had such exotic colors and decorations! Fabric draped on the ceiling, lanterns, rugs… It was also the first time I tasted the fire of chilis! I remember it as […]

Potato leek soup

Creamy Rosemary Potato Leek Soup

We had a little dusting of snow on Christmas and it was so nice to be warm inside by the fire with our furry kids! What better time for a nice creamy and chunky soup (yes you can have both!) Leeks and potatoes bring wonderful earthy notes to this winter soup. You could also add […]

root vegetable salad

Winter Root Vegetable Salad

Around the holidays, I have noticed that it is rare to find a satisfying salad to accompany all the cooked food. I was first introduced to this special dish a few years ago at a Thanksgiving potluck. One of our girlfriends made it and we all asked for the recipe because it was so unique […]

Apple Muffins

Best Chunky Vegan Apple Muffins

Back in the days when we lived in the California Bay area, we discovered the best apple muffins at our local farmer’s market. They were in fact the first vegan and truly light and fluffy cakes we had since we became vegan. They were so big that we used to split them in half for […]

Vegan Pupusas

Glorious Vegan & Gluten-Free Pupusas

Pupusas is an ancient and traditional dish from El Salvador. They are essentially stuffed tortillas. While Italians have calzones and Chinese have dumplings, both use wheat flour. Pupusas on the other hand are made with cornmeal flour (also called Masa harina) and sometimes rice flour making them a great gluten-free alternative. There are other variations […]

Portion of Cranberry Jam (with fresh fruits)

Fresh Orange Cranberry Relish

Around Thanksgiving and Christmas, you can find fresh cranberries in grocery stores making it the perfect time to make orange cranberry relish. They are only available from mid-September to mid-November in the US so you have to get them while you can. Apparently the American cranberry is a native to the Northeastern United States and […]

Vegan Tarte Tatin

Fail Proof Vegan Tarte Tatin

Growing up in France, I have enjoyed so many wonderful apple tarts in little bistros or more fancy restaurants. Some had big chunks of apples, others were made with paper thin slices and all were out of this world. Tarte Tatin is an impressive and comforting dessert with a gorgeous glossy top and a delicate […]

Scallion Pancakes

Easy Flaky Scallion Pancakes

The first time I tasted scallions pancakes was at a Chinese restaurant by our house in San Jose California. It came with a wonderful sauce that tasted like sweet soy sauce with some hint of fresh ginger and garlic. Wow! We couldn’t believe how flaky and tasty it was, so much that we fought over […]

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