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Summer weather is upon us and it feels so great. I want to sit on my patio with a cool glass of lemonade and take it all in: the sunshine, the birds and the not freezing my toes off. In honor of this glorious time of the year, here are a few original, refreshing and delicious recipes for homemade lemonades. Just click on...
Soup is life. It's delicious and comforting. Every culture has their own classics. In Québec, we have our yellow split pea soup to keep us warm in the winter and make us feel better. France has its onion soup. Japan has ramen. Vietnam has pho. Ukraine has borscht. In Mexico, there's a traditional soup enjoyed on special occasions called pozole. There...
On Mother's Day, it can get extremely busy in restaurants, especially for brunch. I don't know what's the thing with brunch and mothers, but it does seem to be a classic. Instead of going out to a crowded restaurant, why not stay home and have a quiet and delicious brunch to celebrate your mom? In case you need inspiration, here are...
Last Friday, I discovered a super cool place in Montreal's Gay Village thanks to a workshop about kimchi. A few weeks ago, an event on Facebook had caught my attention. It was a two-hour workshop to learn how to make your very own kimchi. The tickets were only 20$. I would leave with a jar of kimchi and a recipe...
We're all very busy people and I think we can agree that coming back from work to an already prepared meal is great. That's why I love my slow cooker. Since I often come back from work hungry, I just love to step into the house to find dinner waiting for me in the slow cooker. Since I'm often in a hurry...
For this weekend culinary challenge, I tried something a little bit different: homemade nuts, seeds, and dried fruits crackers. As you may know, I don't have a sweet tooth. Therefore, for my late night snacks, I usually turn to salty treats like popcorn and chips. Crackers felt like a healthier version of these snacks. For that week's menu, I also planned to complement...
There are some ingredients that you buy to make a specific recipe and then forget about until you make that same recipe again; sometimes only to find out the product has expired. Last week, when I bought a jar of tahini to make hummus and only used two tablespoons, I decided that this condiment wouldn't go to waste. Tahini is...
I don't know if, like me, you rediscovered your long-forgotten love for Olympic-level figure skating. But in case you didn't know, it's the Winter Olympics! And they are being held in Pyeongchang, South Korea. For the occasion, I thought I would share with you my love for Korean food. It truly is delicious! The best-known Korean food on our part of...
For me, a Valentine's Day feast is decadent and delicious. It has to be fancier than the everyday meal and a bit romantic. But it doesn't have to be overcomplicated. Here are a few ideas for a great Valentine's day feast. Just click on the pictures to find the recipes. I know my meat-lover boyfriend would find this picture sexy. Here's a seared...
Chicken goes well with pretty much anything and isn't very complicated to cook. For this reason, it's a great go-to for weekdays meals. Here are some great dinner ideas that you can do with chicken. Just click on the images to find the recipes :) Chicken Avocado Caprese Salad Chicken Parmesan Chicken Shawarma Vietnamese Noodles with Chicken Blackened Chicken Tacos Satay Chicken Noodle Salad Thai Chicken Flatbread...

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