Sfouf

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Have you ever heard this word? It sounds cool, doesn’t it? Sfouf is nothing less than a Lebanese cake made with semolina and turmeric. It’s as good as it sounds. I recently tasted it here in Montreal in a nice cafe that bears its name, and I immediately loved it. Read more

Mango and coconut vegan cobbler

mango and coconut cobbler

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What’s a cobbler? In simple words, it can be considered as a crumble’s cousin. The basic idea is the same for both cakes, or better, fruits underneath and a layer of the dough/crust over it. The main difference is, for the cobbler, the crust top of the fruits is not made with crumbs, but with a dough very similar to cookies’, without eggs. Read more

Quinoa chili

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I do not like extremists, in all respects, food included. I like meat and fish, but I also enjoy preparing vegetarian meals and experimenting with vegan recipes. Among the vegetarian recipes I’ve been experimenting with, there are a few that I like a lot, but to be honest, the one that excited me the most is the recipe of this vegetarian chili. Read more

Orange and coconut chiffon cake

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Chiffon cake is perfect for any time of the day: It can be a great companion in the morning along a cup of black coffee, a sweet treat with an afternoon tea, but even a spectacular fully decorated dessert. It has an amazing moist and airy texture and it’s quite easy to make, it will take just a short amount of time to be prepared.  Read more

Pâtes à la sauce bolognaise de veau

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Les pâtes à la sauce de veau sont une variante gourmande des célèbres pâtes à la sauce bolognaise. Cette recette est réalisée avec de la viande hachée de veau auquel on ajoute une portion de l’immanquable mirepoix, un peu de tomate, le tout parfumé de vin Marsala, de feuilles de laurier et de quelques baies de genièvre ainsi que de romarin. Read more