mynomadcuisine

Gaelle, sur les routes du Canada

Blog : My Nomad Cuisine dans Cuisine

Vadrouilleuse passionnée de cuisine, voyages et nature, je sillonne les chemins de notre belle planète et partage mes recettes, conseils pour une vie plus durable et respectueuse de l'environnement, et mes coups de coeur voyage. Actuellement en roadtrip au Canada, à bord d'un van amménagé.

Coleslaw with creamy tahini and apple dressing // Salade de chou, sauce crémeuse tahin et pomme

I love salads. Back home, in France, there's rarely a meal without salad on the table. Of course, my favourite would be a simple salade verte, or green salad, consisting in tasty mixed lettuce leaves, freshly picked from the garden, with a delicious... Lire la suite ›

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Lamington babka - chocolate and coconut vegan brioche // Babka lamington - brioche végétalienne au chocolat et à la noix de coco

Do you know what time it is? It's Brunch o'clock! And not just any brunch... a very special brunch organised by 2 amazing bloggers for the monthly "Battle food", Valérie from I Love Cakes and Lova from the blog Graine de faim Kely. Every month,... Lire la suite ›

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A traveller's tips for cooking on a roadtrip or camping trip // Conseils de voyageuse pour cuisiner en road trip ou en camping

Thinking of camping food as mostly cans of ravioli heated up on a camping stove? Well, think again. Camping cooking can be just as good as cooking at home, when you have the right equipment, ingredients and recipes on hand. I won’t lie, we do eat... Lire la suite ›

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Ricotta zucchini and rocket stuffed peppers // Poivrons farcis courgette ricotta et roquette

Summer is not finished, and most of us are still able to find an amazing selection of fruits and vegetables in our gardens, farmers markets and shops. This vegetarian recipe is celebrating those Summer flavours, and it would be delicious served with... Lire la suite ›

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Blueberry and maple semolina cake //  Cake à la semoule aux bleuets et sirop d’érable

It’s blueberry season here in Canada! And I have to say that Canadians seem to really love this little purple berry, and cook them in many different ways. A lot of recipes, sweet or savoury, celebrate this little fruit, of which the season... Lire la suite ›

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Spicy chickpea and pepper stew, with lemon bulgur // Ragoût épicé de pois chiches et poivrons, et bulgur citronné

If you're following me on instagram, you've probably seen that I'm currently travelling around Canada, on board of a campervan.When camping or living in a small space, you can’t carry much food with you, and often have to build up a meal with the... Lire la suite ›

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Sweet potato and cavolo nero baked filo samossas // Samossas au four à la pâte filo, garniture de patate douce et de cavolo nero

I really like using filo pastry to make all sorts of things. It's light, and I love how cripsy it gets when you bake it. It's very versatile, and you can fill it with many things, sweet or savoury. Filo pastry is a very thin unleavened pastry,... Lire la suite ›

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Sauté celeriac with olive oil and mixed herbs // Céleri sauté à l'huile d'olive et aux herbes de provence

Celeriac. That "ugly" brain-like vegetable. Many people probably don't know it even exists. In France, we love it. I'd say it's one of the basic winter vegetable that many people cook or eat often. We put it in stocks and soup for flavour (it's one... Lire la suite ›

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Balsamic caramelised red onion, goats cheese and tomato tart // Tarte aux oignons rouges caramélisés au balsamique, aux tomates et fromage de chèvre

Tarts and quiches are such an easy meal to prepare. Take some pastry (flaky, puff, brisée, filo..), fill it with whatever you feel like or have, throw it in the oven, and about 40 minutes later you have a great and filling dish to serve. It's also... Lire la suite ›

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My foodie favourites in Brighton // Mes coups de coeur gourmands à Brighton

I've already told you about this great English sea side town here. Now, I want to tell you a bit more about it, but on the "food" side. With over 400 restaurants in Brighton, you can pretty much do a round the world trip in one city, just through... Lire la suite ›

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Brighton. Taking a closer look on a colourful and vibrant english city // Brighton. Coup de projecteur sur une ville anglaise colorée et vivante

I just can't believe it took me so long to write this article. I lived in Brighton for about a year and a half, and it's only now that I find the inspiration to write a post about this beautiful english city. Maybe it's actually the fact of leaving... Lire la suite ›

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Chorizo, goats cheese, sweet drop peppers and rocket muffins // Muffins au chorizo, fromage de chèvre, mini poivrons et roquette

Need ideas for lunches or picnics? Savoury muffins are easy and quick to make, and you can flavour them with many different things! These chorizo and goats cheese ones are to die for, and make a perfect quick and easy lunch, along with a salad, or a... Lire la suite ›

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Lemony fregola and rainbow chard salad with grilled aubergine and sumac yogurt // Salade citronnée de fregola et blettes colorées, aubergine grillée et sauce au yaourt et au sumac

Hey there! While I enjoy the beautiful landscapes and wilderness in Canada, I still have some yummy recipes to share with you. Summer is just around the corner, and all I want is freshness, and lots of fruits and vegetables in my plate. This salad... Lire la suite ›

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Make your own Muesli // Faites votre Muesli maison

Today, we're talking breakfast. Many have heard that saying before "breakfast is the most important meal of the day". But we do eat breakfast very differently from country to country and from one home to another. I always kind of hated having a... Lire la suite ›

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Date caramel // Caramel de dates

There is sugar, and sugar. There are many different sugars existing out there : cane sugar, beet sugar, raw sugar, white sugar, demerara sugar, brown sugar, turbinado, muscovado... you name it. Then there are some other sweeteners, considered more... Lire la suite ›

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Date fudgy brownies (Refined sugar free) // Brownies fondants aux dates (sans sucre raffiné)

I started a new challenge : baking without sugar. I mean without refined sugar. I won't stop using sugar altogether, but I definitely do want to try to reduce my use of it. If you're have a big sweet tooth, like I used to, I advise you to watch the... Lire la suite ›

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Kaab el ghazal, Gazelle Horns // Cornes de gazelle au miel

I love oriental pastries. One of my favourite stalls at the market I go to when I,m in Alsace (France), is that little one selling homemade oriental sweets. I also enjoy, of course, trying to make these myself. It can sometimes be quite a challenge,... Lire la suite ›

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White asparagus and wild garlic mousseline sauce // Apserges blanches et sauce mousseline à l'ail des ours

I've already said it before in a post (and probably said it again already), but I love eating with the seasons, as you get to enjoy the freshest produce, when they’re at their best. For me Spring means radishes, new carrots, dandelion,... Lire la suite ›

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Radish leaves creamy dip // Trempette crémeuse aux fanes de radis

The "no waste" cooking is taking a big place in my "cuisine". I've always cooked in a way to waste as little as possible, putting my little food scraps in the compost. Though I often notice that some of these things that I put in the compost are... Lire la suite ›

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Buckwheat crepes filled with cavolo nero, mushrooms and goats cheese // Galettes de sarrasin fourrées au chou toscan, champignons et fromage de chèvre

Buckwheat crêpes or galettes are a delicious tradition coming from the beautiful Brittany region, in the north west of France. Traditionally made only with buckwheat flour, they have a particular flavour, slightly nutty, and are dark in colour.... Lire la suite ›

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