Blue Cheese and Parmesan Popcorn

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So two weeks ago, we did a party at home with our friends to celebrate the ‘part 1′ of our wedding, and I had bought some popping corn, thinking that I would have time to make some homemade popcorn. Ha! How delusional of me! I wasn’t even ready when the guests arrived so obviously, the […]

Mediterranean Lamb and Spinach Salad

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Oh boy, what an intense week it’s been! I can’t believe I’m actually writing that, but I’m a married woman. YES! I got married last Friday! I finally get to call my boyfriend “hubby”, a thing I’ve been wanting to do forever. What an awesome feeling it is, I love it! I’ve considered Solal my husband for a […]

Blueberry Chia Jam

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Oh, chia seeds! They never cease to amaze me. I mean, I already knew they made the perfect make-ahead + grab-and-go + nutritious breakfasts (chia puddings, I’m thinking about you!) but this? Wow. Did you know that you could make jam in less than 15 minutes? I am not kidding at all. Actually, it’s more like 10 […]

Spanish Rutabaga Noodles with Olives

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This, my friends, is yet another wonderful dish made possible thanks to the amazing Spiralizer! If you’ve never heard of it before, let me explain. It’s a kitchen tool that turns vegetables into noodles. Pretty fantastic, eh? You could probably make vegetable noodles with a mandoline or a vegetable peeler but the Spiralizer makes the task much […]

Cauliflower and Broccoli Tabbouleh

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One of my favorite cooking magazine is a French one called Saveurs. They always have stunning photographs and interesting, creative recipes. As I was browsing the latest issue on my iPad, I came across this cauliflower and broccoli tabbouleh and was very intrigued. The next day, I was trying it out and…wow, it completely exceeded my expectations! Given the ingredients, […]

Baked Potatoes with Smoked Salmon and Greek Yogurt

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To me, potatoes are truly comfort food because I only eat some rarely (much to my boyfriend’s despair!) and most of the time, there’s an oven involved. And oven means warmth. And because I’m always cold when the thermometer goes below 20C (a68F), well…I love them and found them very comforting. So you take an oven-baked potato, you […]