LA SOUPE A L'OIGNON DI LUIGI XV DI BORBONE

  • Time: Thursday, 24 January 2019

Provate ad invitare a cena una vostra amica in visita a Parigi, non importa l'età, né se è bionda o bruna, l'importante è che sappia apprezzare la buona cucina. Scegliete un ristorante dove si mangi veramente alla francese: niente spaghettì boló o sushì e sashimì, ma vera, autentica cucina francese, per esempio Le Procope, nel quartiere Saint Germain-des-Près. È forse il più antico ristorante di Parigi, l'ambiente e gli arredi sono caldi e accoglienti e, fidatevi, si mangia bene senza spendere una fortuna. Fatevi dare un bel tavolo e iniziate offrendo una flûte di champagne alla vostra ospite. Poi prendete l'iniziativa e ordinate per entrambi una soupe à l'oignon gratinée. 

ONION SOUP, A MONUMENT OF FRENCH INHERITANCE

  • Time: Friday, 14 December 2018

French Soupe à l'oignon is a delicious soup for wintertime usually served as a starter. Even if it is so Parisian, Parisian’s find it heavy and today eat it very few. But all of us do order a time a year a Soup à l’oignon, when comes out a strong envy of tradition and diet exception! This is my grand’ma French Onion Soup recipe, once you try it you'll never try another. It culminates in a rich-tasting soup with melt-in-your-mouth onions.

Non avete idea di quanti italiani abitino Parigi. Ve ne sono in tutti gli arrondissement, ma specialmente sulla Rive gauche. Il Quartiere Latino (5° e 6° arr.), per esempio, è abitato soprattutto da chi è a Parigi per motivi di studio. Sono giovani preparati e intelligenti, innamorati della nostra città di cui, a volte, conoscono aspetti e luoghi che noi neppure sospettiamo. Disponibili e cortesi, fanno presto amicizia e hanno un'incredibile capacità di adattarsi a parlare una lingua che non è la loro. Hanno una tale predisposizione ad apprendere usi e costumi locali che quasi li scambieresti per veri parigini.  

DETOX & DELICIOUS... A PEPPER APERITIF SAUCE

  • Time: Tuesday, 13 November 2018

Green bell peppers are the most common color on produce shelves, but the yellow variety contains much more of certain vitamins. Do you know that eating red peppers can increase libido and build collagen? The peppers also contain fiber, protein and iron. They are very versatile, let have a look to our novembre detox pepper aperitif soup to serv with fresh raw vegetables…

TOMATO VEGETARIAN YELLOW GAZPACHO

  • Time: Saturday, 17 February 2018

Don't expect to find strictly French food in Paris! Like any big city, Paris is home to a vibrant mix of international cuisines and Parisian girls love to discover original or creative recipes as this funny and healthy Yellow Gazpacho recipes with sunny yellow tomatoes! The difference in color between red and yellow tomatoes is not just superficial…

Fusion & attractive Vegetables recipes

  • Time: Friday, 02 February 2018

From early childhood on, our parents tried to instill the importance of vegetables as they’re full of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and help us stay slim and in shape… In short, not always very amusing. However, the Parisian is able to render things trendy and chic, even vegetables! Here’s one of my favorite recipes that my friends in Paris are fighting over right now:

The two french sisters Tatin lived in a small rural town in the Loire Valley of France. The elder sister, Stéphanie was a particularly fine cook, her specialty was an apple tart served perfectly crusty, caramelized and which melted in the mouth. One day during she placed her tart in the oven the wrong way round… The pastry and apples were upside-down but, nevertheless, she served this strange dessert without giving it time to cool. The French call this dessert tarte des demoiselles Tatin…

The kitchen is a fascinating place for young children. Even older they might be intrigued by how baked goods and meals come together. French moms appreciate cooking with the kids when possible, during holidays or Wednesday afternoon. Preparing a traditional quiche Lorraine with your children, will seem like fun to them…

My mom' christmas trout mousse...

  • Time: Tuesday, 16 December 2014

In France, at Christmas we eat a lot of goose or duck “Foie gras”, a popular and well-known delicacy in our French cuisine. Foie gras is usually prepared into mousse, parfait or pâté. For those that do not eat goose or duck Foie gras, I propose an alternative, a diet and tasty mousse of trout, almost the same aspect for a delicate appetizer… My favorite Mom’ Christmas recipes…

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