A foodista around the world

Ma Biche, Paris

“Un paysan dans ton assiette, te voilà bien dans tes baskets ”. Homefood elevated to fine food. This little Parisian spot in the midst of Montmartre uses only products straight from producers to revisit grandma’s cooking, aka food made with love and good products. Continue reading “Ma Biche, Paris”

Red lentils salad – Salade de lentilles corail

Trying to stay on the healthy side? Go for this huge bowl of lentils and plenty of other colorful and tasty things! I actually have two versions of this recipe, I’ll post the second option very soon. This one is the sweetest alternative thanks to the red lentils, the beetroot and the sweet potato. Veggie protein, antioxydants and vitamins: your perfect remedy against winter blues. Continue reading “Red lentils salad – Salade de lentilles corail”

Shrimp & mango colombo – Colombo de crevettes à la mangue

I love how food helps me travel sometimes, don’t you? Add some spices, some coconut milk, a pinch of sweet-sour and you’re on for a trip in the midst of Asia! I love how this dish unites India with Thailand with just a few ingredients. It’s easy, it’s healthy and it’s got lots of woaw effect to it, perfect for a dinner with friends. Continue reading “Shrimp & mango colombo – Colombo de crevettes à la mangue”

Marbré Pound Cake – Cake Marbré

Here come a big French classic, revisited the American way: meet the Marbré-style pound cake! An incredibly easy recipe perfect for breakfast as well as afternoon tea, which you can keep for several days without loosing any of its softness. Continue reading “Marbré Pound Cake – Cake Marbré”

Monkfish cider casserole – Lotte au cidre en cocotte

An easy recipe to impress your guests! The noble monkfish should already add a sophisticated touch to your meal but the breton cider marinade will upgrade it even more. Served with pilaf rice and some winter vegetables, it is the perfect option for a 3 course dinner. Continue reading “Monkfish cider casserole – Lotte au cidre en cocotte”


The perfect antipasto to please your guests: it’s cheap, it’s delicious and it’s so easy! I used to buy mine from the Italian place next to our home but you have to pay ludicrous money for 4 or 5 tiny little rolls when you can make loads on your own. Continue reading “Involtini”

Cake aux deux olives – Two olives loaf

I wouldn’t be a French foodista without an olive loaf recipe in store ! This one’s a classic, perfect for a buffet-dinner or when having friends over for an « apéro ». The very secret to succeeding this loaf bread is to use good savory cheese – I mix comté and gruyère for a tastier result! Trust your instincts, mix with cheddar or even add some feta cubes if you’d like! They marry olives to perfection… Continue reading “Cake aux deux olives – Two olives loaf”

Loulou Friendly Diner, Paris

A small American getaway in the midst of Paris. Looking for fresh juice, a big fat burger or a delicious club sandwich? Loulou Friendly Diner is your go-to. Continue reading “Loulou Friendly Diner, Paris”

Salmon Tataki – Tataki de Saumon

What would a week on my blogpage be without some salmon featured?? This one’s got some Japanese roots to it and is so easy to master with just a few Japanese ingredients on your hands. Plus, you’ll be sure to make a hit among your guests! Continue reading “Salmon Tataki – Tataki de Saumon”

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