The most delicious food I’ve ever had…

It’s very difficult to choose one because I tasted so many delicious foods that I’ll never forget… Do you remember this delicious dish I posted a year ago with spring vegetables of the garden (carrots, onions, green peas (or gourmet peas), turnips) and tender lamb, without forgetting the delicious sauce? It was called “Easter Recipe” … Continue Reading

Is this the best way to cook rice?

Rice is the most widely consumed staple food for a large part of the world’s population, especially in Asia and Africa. It is the agricultural commodity with the third-highest worldwide production, after sugarcane and maize (corn). It is therefore to be expected that there are many different ways of cooking rice. Here’s one way of … Continue Reading


In this post, Nathalie tells about a delicious Easter lamb recipe:
Brown the lamb with onions for 10 minutes with oil and butter and season with salt and pepper. Then, sprinkle the flour and add the tomato paste with the “bouquet garni” (mixed herbs)…

Cooking Idioms

I have found some idioms on the net which all are related to cooking, and I want to share them here: be/put on the back burner Which means when something is temporarily not being dealt with. To memorize it, imagine that you are cooking and would put the stuff that does not need immediate attention … Continue Reading

How deep is your love?

How deep is your love for the sport ? I hope it is deep because when you listen to the radio, it is difficult to know what is happening in the world. Of course, there is football, but the “tour de France” has begun, and the Olympic Games will begin in a couple of weeks. If … Continue Reading