Galette is like a rustic pie. They look rustic and taste amazing. The crust is tender and flaky, the filling bursting with tangy and sweet rhubarb flavor. So delicious! Galette means flat cake and is used in French cuisine to designate various types of flat round or free from crusty cakes. Ingredients for the crust:… Continue reading Rhubarb Galette with agave syrup
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!
A few months ago I saw a video of Jamie Oliver making a pie with phyllo dough. I loved the versatility of phyllo dough and made me use it more. So with my son’s help I made a spinach and feta cheese pie like Jamie made in that video. I don’t remember his ingredients so… Continue reading Spinach and feta cheese pie
One of the first mushrooms my dad showed me when I was little were Russulas or Brittle Gill family. Those mushrooms took me a few years to identify them and choose the eatable ones correctly. Most of the people foraging don’t take these mushrooms. They think that are not very tasty. Most of the Brittle… Continue reading Wild mushrooms pie with traditional sausage and cheese
It's almost the end of cherries. So before you can't find them at the market I will give you a recipe for pie without sugar. I am trying to cut the white sugar so I am looking for recipes without sugar or with brown sugar, honey or maple syrup. You can change the cherries with… Continue reading Black cherry pie