• Warm Goat Cheese Salad with a Spicy Dressing
  • Key Lime Pie
  • Milk and Cookie Cups
  • Pissaladière (Caramelized Onion & Anchovy Tart)
  • Goat Cheese Mousse with Roasted Blueberries

Warm Goat Cheese Salad with a Spicy Dressing

Today, I’m happy to share with you a classic from the French cuisine that you can enjoy in every bistro in Paris: the warm goat cheese salad!

Warm Goat Cheese Salad

This easy dish is the one you need when you run out of ideas for your lunch or dinner at anytime of the year. It’s a very versatile salad, and you can adapt the recipe as much as you like depending on your mood.

You can for instance add some pumpkin seeds or pine nuts, replace the honey dressing by a mustard dressing, use some fresh figs, sun-dried tomatoes or even some marinated eggplants. Just be creative and let me know what was your own twist to this recipe!

Warm Goat Cheese Salad

My own twist today is to add some red pepper to the dressing, so that you get a slightly spicy taste that enhances the goat cheese and honey duo….

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Best Key Lime Pie

Key Lime Pie

In summertime, we all long for very refreshing desserts. Among them, key lime pie is by far my favorite. And I happen to make it very often since my boyfriend is literally crazy about it too! The good thing with this traditional American dessert is that it is very easy to make and you only need…

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Milk and cookie cups

Milk and Cookie Cups

Today I suggest a very fun and kid-friendly recipe with a video tutorial, which is perfect to make together with the kids during the holidays: milk and cookie cups! If you are born and raised in the US you probably have your cookies along with a glass of milk, don’t you? Well for me as a…

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Pissaladière (Caramelized Onion & Anchovy Tart)

A few weeks ago I shared with you a honey lavender cheesecake which reminded me of Provence. What about continuing this summer saga in the south of France and sharing with you today a French classic from this region: the traditional onion and anchovy tart “pissaladière”! If you’ve ever been to the south of France, you…

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