Desserts, Photography

Ice cream for kids II

Let’s do another summer delight for kids. No alcohol this time. Have a trip with your kids in a near village and find fresh fruits. I have fresh fruits in our garden, so I collect them with my kid. We have raspberries and cherries. My mom has in the garden red and black currant. Go… Continue reading Ice cream for kids II

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Desserts, Photography

Ice cream for kids

There is a way to make you feel special after a long hot summer day: make yourself an ice cream dessert with fresh fruits. If you don’t have them in your garden go and buy some. An ice cream is always enough to put a smile on your face. My little one is not eating… Continue reading Ice cream for kids

Maine dish, Photography

Adventures in the nature and scrambled eggs with chanterelles

I discovered that when you don’t have a great pan for omelet you can make scramble eggs. It’s saving your day. And if you add some fresh green onion is just super. We go very often in the nature. My little one loves to have adventures. This time he had a day with his dad… Continue reading Adventures in the nature and scrambled eggs with chanterelles

Maine dish, Photography

Baked leek and red onions

Last night I was in the mood for baked onion. I love grilled or baked onion, so, with this in mind I went to the store near our home and bought a leek and red onions. The recipe is simple and you can make it without the egg and milk if you are vegetarians. Ingredients:… Continue reading Baked leek and red onions

Maine dish, Photography

Pasta with chicken and peanuts

I love pasta and most of the time I make it along the way without having a recipe. My favorite one is pasta Carbonara. It is a very heavy recipe for me: sour cream, cheese and bacon are a lot when you don’t have a gallbladder so I eat it maybe once a year. But,… Continue reading Pasta with chicken and peanuts

Photography, Useful

Green, green and green!

Spring is here. We still have some snow around but it is starting to get green all around. I can’t wait to eat all those green spring miracles. If you don’t know what I mean here is a list with my favorite. Let’s start with Wild garlic leaves. They grow in my mom’s garden and… Continue reading Green, green and green!