Appetizer, Photography

Cauliflower flat bread

I try to eat as healthy as possible. Also, I try to be an example for my child so we make together healthy recipes. This is one of them. You can ask your child to help you making it. Ingredients: 1 head cauliflower ¼ cup grated Grana Padano cheese ½ teaspoon dried oregano 1 table… Continue reading Cauliflower flat bread

Appetizer, Photography

Turmeric hummus

Now that Christmas and New Year are gone is time for healthier food. So I will start with my favorite Arabic recipe: hummus. It takes only 10 min to prepare it and is great. I added a few ingredients for a special hummus. Ingredients: -2 cups canned chickpeas, drained, liquid reserved - 6 chopped garlic… Continue reading Turmeric hummus

Photography, Soup

Chanterelle sour soup

A few days ago I made this mushroom borscht (sour soup) but with dried Chanterell which I picked last year. This year was not very good for mushroom foraging. Also I adapted to what I had in the house. But was great! The aroma, the taste, etc! Ingredients: 1 root parsnip 1 root celery 2… Continue reading Chanterelle sour soup

Maine dish, Photography

Stuffed peppers with turkey breast

Stuffed peppers are an easy main dish that looks great and tastes even better. Stuffed peppers are (for the ones that never tried) any variety of bell peppers that has been hollowed and filled with a stuffing. You can have vegetarian stuffed peppers also. My mom made meat and vegetarian stuffed peppers. I love stuffed… Continue reading Stuffed peppers with turkey breast

Desserts, Photography

Santa’s Dessert

Who needs Santa? I’ve got your wish for delicious Christmas desserts covered. You just need to trimmed your tree, hung the stockings by the fireplace and hand-wrapped the Christmas presents. Enjoy! Chocolate and peanut butter Baklava Baked donuts with chocolate Chocolate cookies for Santa Oreo Dessert Oven baked French toast with maple syrup Crepe cake… Continue reading Santa’s Dessert

Appetizer, Photography

Breakfast of Champions

I start running at end of July and I love it. I am still learning what to eat before each run so I don’t look for bathrooms along my route. I am still discovering my body and the way it reacts to running and recovering. Some days I have yogurt and cereal, others chocolate milk… Continue reading Breakfast of Champions