Gimmick soup

I came across this fabulous taste by sheer chance. I was cooking some veggies - just plain water and salt kind of cooking - and glanced upon a piece of blue cheese in the fridge. Blue cheese in veggie soup (or veggie water, really)? I poured a little bit in a cup and added a … Continue reading Gimmick soup

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Tipsy chicken avec prunes

Like I mentioned in one of my previous posts 'avec' means 'with' in French. Little word but quite social. Now about today's food - this is you-gotta-try-it-to-believe-it kind of good. (Like) seriously. And what I find interesting, and puzzling, and amazing about this meal is the...I don't know - randomness...of the ingredients, and the perfect … Continue reading Tipsy chicken avec prunes

Gnocchi à la cream bluebabagaronion

And in the name is the ingredients' mnemonic reminder. Sounds French. I was about to make a delish quiche when I realized I was out of eggs. Like a rebellious hen. So I decided to make something else and based on what I could find in the pantry/fridge, which was gnocchi and some other stuff … Continue reading Gnocchi à la cream bluebabagaronion

Vegetarian souvlaki

With halloumi cheese and olive oil - I guess we can call it Mediterranean, too.  This a simple cut-line-broil type of meal to which you can add ingredient - like tomato or chicken breasts  (non vegetarian) - and tailor them to perfectly suit your taste. Here. we used what was already in the fridge and … Continue reading Vegetarian souvlaki

The super simple Brussels sprouts with chicken

First I gotta say - I am crazy about Brussel's sprouts and I eat them almost every day.        I know. But my food craziness aside, I’ve seen people at the produce aisle looking confusingly at Brussel sprouts as if wondering what is that cabbage from Lilliput (as in Gulliver’s Travels) doing here … Continue reading The super simple Brussels sprouts with chicken