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Rustic Blueberry Tart With Mint Greek Yogurt

Rustic Blueberry Tart With Mint Greek Yogurt

I like desserts, and I’m proud to admit this. But there’s a type of desserts I like even more: fresh, light, elegant and easy to make ones. And I can proudly say that my rustic blueberry tart checks all the above mentioned. Because I’m a strong believer in light eating, but still enjoying delicious food, I think this gives enough room for some desserts to nicely wrap up a family…

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Family meals/ Lunch box/ share the food

Pork Chops with Carrots, Wilted Spinach & Mustard Dressing

Pork Chops with Carrots, Wilted Spinach & Mustard Dressing

Right at this moment, when I’m typing these words, the weather outside went from sunny to rainy in just a few minutes, but that rain had something magic in it, the way the drops were falling over my lush garden transpose me directly into a totally different mood about the recipe I’d like to share with you today. These pork chops with carrots, wilted spinach and mustard dressing are definitely…

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Family meals/ share the food/ Vegetarian

Easy Scarlet Runner Beans Salad

Easy Scarlet Runner Beans Salad

Today it’s about these delicious scarlet runner beans which, to be honest, got into my shopping cart by pure accident, as I was looking for some random beans to make a salad, to combine some flavours I had in mind. These glossy beans have a magnificent colour, a combination of black with dark purple and some brown spots from place to place.Scarlet runner beans or beetle beans how are they…

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breakfast/ share the food

Double Layered Chia Seed Pudding

double layered chia seed pudding

Have you ever got so attached to a specific taste, that you really want to recreate in all the dishes you can? For a couple of days now, I can’t stop thinking about an ice cream I ate two years ago.. I know, I must have really liked it, hahah.. that had an amazing basil and mint flavour (for my Romanian readers, I am talking about Creamier in Bucharest, and I…

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Family meals/ share the food/ Vegetarian

Spring Asparagus Risotto

Asparagus Risotto

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been waiting this year’s asparagus for quite a while now, and it seemed that it won’t ever come out with all the prolonged winter we had. Phew, we are finally off the hook and we can enjoy all the freshness and green veggies nature reserved for us. So here it is finally, fresh, crisp, tender and deliciously tasty ASPARAGUS which can enhance so…

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Family meals/ share the food/ Vegetarian

Roasted Sweet Potatoes Salad With Honey Mustard Dressing

Roasted Sweet Potatoes Salad With Honey Mustard Dressing

Winter is definitely around the corner, or almost already here if you look at the temperatures outside, and this, inevitably takes me back 2 years ago, when I first started writing on this blog. Boy, what a journey! Laughter, frustration, fingerlicious food, failed recipes, and incredible passion I put in each recipe which I wrote or picture that I took. I am now very grateful I learned so much about…

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desserts/ share the food/ Vegetarian

Roasted Squash With Maple Syrup, Cinnamon & Nutmeg

Roasted Squash With Maple Syrup, Cinnamon & Nutmeg

Can you ever think about something more autumnal than some roasted squash with cinnamon and nutmeg? Exactly, I am talking about that warm and cozy flavor that spreads all over your house in a Sunday afternoon.   Along with all the nice colored leaves, crispy morning air and lots of tasty grapes, autumn brings with it abundance of squash, just ready to be enjoyed as a snack or as a…

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Family meals/ Fish & Seafood/ share the food

Cori’s French Bouillabaisse

Cori's French Bouillabaisse

I am right now in a phase of discovering and trying out delicious French recipes, which somehow, for various reasons, I left them aside in my culinary adventures. Bouillabaisse, maybe you know it or not, is a fish stew made by fishermen in Marseilles originally prepared from bony fish they couldn’t sell to the restaurants or at the market. A vegetable mix such as fennel bulb, leek, tomatoes, potatoes and…

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