Split pea soup with bread crumble

soupe avec bacon

split pea soup

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This is that time of the year that many Quebeckers eagerly wait, not only because the weather gets warmer and sunnier, but also because this is the time of the year where the maple tree sap starts flowing and it is transformed into the maple syrup. Like the name implies, sugar shacks are small cabins or groups of cabins where sap collected from sugar maple trees is transformed into maple syrup. Read more

Barley soup with beans and spinach

Barley soup with beans and spinach

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The first days of autumn are magical to me, made of little comforting gestures, such as closing the windows, wearing warmer clothes or wrapping your ears with scarves in the early morning and, of course, craving for soups. This is the image of the autumn I have, no matter in which country I live now, Canada, Italy, I picture my autumn exactly like this. Read more

Barley with porcini mushroom and butternut

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Another recipe with butternut you would say? Well, yes, another recipe with butternut. And being honest I don’t think it will be last one, and I pretty sure that as soon as you will try this barley soup with porcini mushroom and butternut, you agree with me…. 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

Soupe de haricots et pâtes

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Ailleurs dans le monde, pas trop loin, les gens commencent à se « déshabiller » légèrement, à regarder les premières fleurs ; à Montréal, on a encore nos gros manteaux et nos bottes d’hiver à portée de main. Même si cet hiver a été meilleur que les précédents, on observe souvent la météo et il y a encore le signe – avant les degrés. Alors : froid, neige, pluie = soupe ! Read more