Appetizers · Snacks

Pesto-Parmesan Fingers

Red and Green Pesto Parmesan Fingers for a crunchy, flavorful appetizers for holiday season. A crowd pleaser guaranteed!   This holiday season is going to be a hit with those pesto (2 colors) parmesan fingers. They are easy to do and terribly fun and tasty. I’ve used 2 different pesto types; the popular green pesto a la… Continue reading Pesto-Parmesan Fingers

Desserts

Pomegranate Mousse with Pistachio

Pomegranate-cheese mousse with pistachio is a airy and fluffy bite! It’s a refreshing and festive dessert, perfect for this time of the year. I don’t know for you but I’m personally saturated with holidays cookies… no offence though. I love cookies, very much, but it time to get a new perspective on holidays desserts. Desserts are not… Continue reading Pomegranate Mousse with Pistachio

Main Meals · Vegetarian

Swiss broccoli gratin

Swiss broccoli gratin is a touch healthier way to eat a bunch of good Swiss cheese. When I say Swiss cheese, I don’t talk here about the American swiss cheese with holes… no.. no… I talk about the two delicious cheeses types they often use in Switzerland to make their famous cheese fondue; the famous… Continue reading Swiss broccoli gratin

Appetizers · Main Meals · Vegetarian

Morbiflette

Morbiflette is a tartiflette (potato covered with cream, fresh bacon bits, onions and reblochon cheese) with Morbier cheese! If you are, like me, a cheese lover… This is the dish for you! Morbier is such a unique cheese, there isn’t a comparable cheese, it’s a strong flavored one, so if you aren’t used to those… stay with… Continue reading Morbiflette

Appetizers · Snacks · Soups

Onion soup

A drunken onion soup, filled with flavors, thyme, wine and a final touch of brandy to warm us up on a cold winter day. Finishing it up under the grill to melt that tasty gruyere cheese on the crunchy piece of bread slowly getting soak with the soup.  To warm up our hearts before the heat… Continue reading Onion soup

Main Meals · Snacks

Crêpe Bretonne with ham, spinach and cheese

eThis is a recipe from my ancestors back in Bretagne, France. I’ve learn that the “bretons” crepe, aka thin pancake, is quite different from the normal buckwheat crepe, the breton one needs to be crunchy, thinner and filled with those minuscule holes while the normal “galette” they call in french is a soft buckwheat crepe.… Continue reading Crêpe Bretonne with ham, spinach and cheese