This country style omelet is silkier than a frittata but not as heavy as a quiche.
ROASTED CAULIFLOWER SOUP What you need: Roasting the cauliflower 2 cauliflower, rinsed and well dried Olive oil, about ¼ cup 1 tsp each: salt and sugar Pepper Soup 2 Tbsp. olive oil 1 large onion sliced or diced 2 potatoes, cubed 2 Tbsp. curry powder 8 cups chicken or vegetable broth Salt and pepper ⅓ cup fresh chopped parsley 1 cup thick Greek yogurt (crème fraîche and sour cream are good substitutes) Sumac for garnish (optional) *Low fat dairy can be used but keep in mind that is will slightly alter the finished taste and texture of the soup. How to make it: Heat oven… Read More
Pear, Almond, and Chocolate Muffins
My name is Nathalie. I was born in Montreal, lived in Germany as a child and now reside in Ottawa, Ontario. I started this blog hoping to find an outlet to the many one way conversations I have with myself about food! I am passionate about everything related to cooking. My kitchen is my hobby room but I also love to explore the many merchants of edible goodness out in the world: from my home town to my travels, food is at the center of everything! Meals are planned for sustenance but also for the simple pleasure of breaking bread... If nourishment was limited to taking in a specific amount of nutrient as fuel everyday, we would not have these intricate and amazingly powerful taste buds. I hope to entertain you with tales of a gustatory nature. Welcome to my blog!
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