It’s zucchini season! So if you are looking for an easy and colorful way of using up an abundance of zucchini coming out of your garden or just looking for zucchini recipes, this zucchini bake recipe will be perfect for you. This recipe is inspired from the French vegetable tian […]
Boneless, skinless chicken breast marinated in the traditional Provence flavors then threaded on skewers with a few veggies makes these grilled chicken kabobs an easy summer meal. About the skewers. I used wooden skewers. If you do so, be sure to soak the skewers for at least 15-30 minutes so they […]
This chicken noodle soup is another one of my go-to recipes. I love the flavors and the fact that you have everything (meat, vegetables, herbs, onions) in just one pot. Even though it is a soup, I make this any time of the year, not just during winter.
First of all, the real name of buckwheat crepes is buckwheat galettes. In France, and especially in Britany (the region they are from), the word crepe is used for sweet crepes whereas the word galette is used for savory ones. Crepes are traditionally made with wheat flour, milk and eggs. […]
I have to admit that I am quite proud of this AIP coconut free chicken curry. A few days ago, I asked some coconut free AIPers what they missed the most since starting their AIP diet. A few of them told me they really missed Indian curry as on the […]
Coconut chicken curry, a quick and easy recipe that is ready in about 20 minutes. Boneless chicken breast simmered in a rich coconut sauce with AIP compliant spices. This chicken curry is perfect for the whole family. As I often do, the recipe here is a one serving recipe as […]
This liver with blueberries recipe is a traditional French recipe with a quarantine twist! Most commonly in France, you will find liver recipes where you just grill the liver like you would grill a steak and you add either wine vinegar or raspberry vinegar with some parsley. I don’t use […]
Here is not exactly a recipe but more an idea of what you can do with pantry ingredients. As surprising as it could be for some, if you choose canned or dried ingredients with no added chemicals or sugars or anything, this recipe is not unhealthy.