Rillettes – Tuna and tomato, no heating, 10 minutes
Dec15

Rillettes – Tuna and tomato, no heating, 10 minutes

Version française A very easy recipe for soft and delicious rillettes to eat on the go Because when you’re traveling you don’t always have access to an oven, a baking tray or a wood fire and therefore there aren’t so many solutions to sustain yourself. After trying all your picnic tricks with salads and vegetables, and when the guacamole season is over, there is still a little option : Tuna rillettes ! Unfortunately,...

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Homemade Granola, no oven !
Dec06

Homemade Granola, no oven !

Version française Caramelized oat, dried or fresh fruits, seeds or chocolate… You pick !   Regular granola is usually made with  maple syrup or honey and baked in an oven. But when I’ve first wanted to make it I only had a limited access to products and tools. No honey, no maple syrup, no oven but this recipe is the proof that it’s still possible to find a way to cook something good when you have a breakfast...

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Granola maison sans four
Dec06

Granola maison sans four

English version Avoine caramélisé, fruits secs ou frais, graines ou chocolat… C’est vous qui voyez ! C’est pendant mon séjour à Gaia, l’ashram où j’ai fait un stage de permaculture et éco-construction que je me suis lancée pour la première fois dans la réalisation d’un granola. On devait préparer le petit-déjeuner en équipe et si on avait accès à plein de produits frais, on n’avait par contre...

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Le petit-déjeuner turc
Jul19

Le petit-déjeuner turc

English version Le petit-déjeuner turc, un bon moyen de commencer la journée A chaque pays son petit-déjeuner. Plus je voyage, plus je me rends compte que le petit-déjeuner, en plus d’être le repas le plus important de la journée d’après les spécialistes de la santé et du bien-être, est un repas qui est fort dépendant de la culture du pays. Parfois salé, parfois sucré, parfois des préparations, d’autres fois des...

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Turkish breakfast
Jul19

Turkish breakfast

Version française The turkish breakfast, the healthiest way to start the day The more I travel, the more I discover that breakfast, on top of being the most important meal of the day – say the specialists – is really something cultural. Sometimes sweet, sometimes savoury, sometimes elaborated or most of the time simply the leftovers or a few biscuits and other things bought at the supermarket… Each country its own...

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Homemade brunch – S1E1
Mar17

Homemade brunch – S1E1

Version française Having a brunch at home? Of course, every sunday ! “Brunch” is a combination of breakfast and lunch. You can find a thousand ways to prepare a brunch as the main goal is to mix sweet recipes, salty ones and combine eggs, bacon and other products. Here is one way/one idea to make your own brunch at home, you can use it, as is, or just use it as an inspiration… Ingredients for 2 persons : 500...

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Brunch Maison – S1E1
Mar09

Brunch Maison – S1E1

English version Bruncher à la maison ? Heu… non peut-être ?!? “Brunch” étant la contraction de breakfast et lunch en anglais, il existe mille et une façons de préparer un brunch puisque le but est de mélanger sucré et salé. Voilà une idée qui correspondait à mon envie du moment, mais finalement… tout fonctionne. Ingrédients pour 2 personnes : 500 g de champignons de Paris 200 g de lard De la mâche 10 tomates...

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Dillens – Brussels (St-Gilles) – Brunch Alert !
Dec16

Dillens – Brussels (St-Gilles) – Brunch Alert !

Version française   Le Dillens in Saint-Gilles… Brunch Alert! Food : Between 10 and 12 euros for a plate full of tasty food? You won’t find it anywhere else in Brussels. Le dillens is a bar/cafe that serves dips, burger and the most delicious club sandwich during the week (you can also have a 10 euros lunch at noon) and also a 10 euros brunch during the weekend. For that price you can choose between a salty...

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OMA – Brussels (St Gilles) – Brunch alert!
Nov30

OMA – Brussels (St Gilles) – Brunch alert!

Version française   OMA in Saint-Gilles… Brunch Alert! Food : 17 Euros for the classical all you can eat buffet with a tea, coffee or hot chocolate, 20 euros for the classical menu + a glass of Orange juice and a few more euros to add a glass of “Crèment” on top of that. The food is simple but good (A bit like what you can find at “Les filles” in Brussels but with an enormous smile on top or at...

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Un dimanche à Paris – Brunch alert
Oct28

Un dimanche à Paris – Brunch alert

Version française  Un dimanche à Paris – a brunch, flavour chocolate Food : There are 2 possibilities at “Un dimanche à Paris“, a classical brunch with a perfectly made omelette , a vanilla yogurt and pastries at 38 € or a “Gourmet” plate cooked of different gastronomic propositions at 54 € (menu available online). The food is very good and this idea of having a brunch with chocolate as a theme is...

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