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Gaelle, Brighton (England)

Blog : My Nomad Cuisine dans Cuisine

Vadrouilleuse passionnée de cuisine, voyages et nature,

Nettle and walnut pesto, and a foraging lesson // Pesto aux orties et aux noix, et une petite leçon de cueillette

What? You've never eaten nettles before? You have to give it a try asap! Stinging nettles are usually bringing us back to our childhood; that horrible sting on your knees or arms when you're running around the fields or forest. My little nephew is... Lire la suite ›

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Israeli couscous and roasted carrots and parsnips salad // Salade de couscous isrealien aux carottes et panais rotis

Spring is here! This is a fresh salad full of middle eastern and mediterranean flavours. From the amazing texture of the israeli couscous, to the sweetness of the pomegranate molasses and sweet drop peppers, and the unique flavours of sumac and... Lire la suite ›

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Puy lentil and pumpkin seeds hummus // Houmous aux lentilles du Puy et aux graines de courge (Battle food)

It's been a little while I haven't taken part in a food challenge. I really enjoyed creating new recipes around a theme chosen by other food bloggers here, there and also over here. This time, it's Gabrielle, from the beautiful blog Petite Cuillère... Lire la suite ›

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Jamie Oliver's easy flatbreads, with a wild garlic twist // Les pains galettes faciles de Jamie Oliver, avec une touche d'ail des ours

I've already shared a naan recipe here, a little while ago. But sometimes, you need a super quick and easy bread recipe. Britain's (and maybe the world's?) favourite chef, Jamie Oliver, has the solution. His easy flatbread recipe is between a naan... Lire la suite ›

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Roasted Cauliflower with sticky honey garlic and ginger sauce // Chou fleur roti, sauce au miel, ail et gingembre

Thought cauliflower was just for cauli-cheese? Well, think again! Cauliflower has always been one of my favourite veg' (thinking about it now, I'd probably say that for all the vegetables!). In France, we like to make it in a gratin (which is... Lire la suite ›

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White chocolate and berries financiers // Financiers au chocolat blanc et fruits rouges

This is a very easy recipe to whip up, perfect to use up leftover egg whites (after making mayo or custard for example). I've made some yummy pasta carbonara yesterday night, and of course, had egg whites left. As you already know, nothing goes to... Lire la suite ›

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Pistachio cake with mascarpone and blood orange curd cream // Gateau a la pistache et creme au mascarpone et a l'orange sanguine

This layer cake is a delicious sweet treat with middle eastern flavours, a lovely combination of pistachio and tangy citrus. I used mostly honey and maple syrup in this recipe, and very little white sugar (just that awesome homemade vanilla sugar,... Lire la suite ›

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Mediteranean Roasted red kuri squash // Potimarron roti aux saveurs méditeranéennes

There is so much you can do with squash, pumpkins and other cucurbitaceas. You can of course, make a soup, mash, gratin, salads, croquettes, crackers, you can even eat them raw. Roasting them is a very easy way to cook any kind of squash : it brings... Lire la suite ›

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Oh Amsterdam...

I've been to Amsterdam twice last year, and I've just fallen in love with this amazing and very unique european city. This is not an ultimate guide, or a "to do list", but just a little glimpse of my favourite places in the Netherlands' Capital. How... Lire la suite ›

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How to make your own Vanilla sugar // Comment faire du sucre vanillé maison

This is probably the easiest recipe you'll ever find on the blog. I actually wonder if I should call it a recipe at all, but well, it is a mix of 2 ingredients so we'll say yes. Since I left France, I've discovered new ingredients and really widened... Lire la suite ›

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Sushi basics.

Sushi making is a real art. In Japan, Sushi chefs, also called Itamae, should have about 10 years of training. It is a culinary speciality that's very precise, and each piece has to be perfect. The look of sushi is just as important as the flavour.... Lire la suite ›

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Apple walnut and grape tart // Tarte aux pommes, noix et raisins

"An apple a day, keeps the doctor away" Why not having your daily good "fruit medicine" with this delicious tart? It's a very simple dessert, with lovely autumn/winter flavours. If you can't find local seasonal grapes , you can replace them with a... Lire la suite ›

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Pizza dough // Pate a pizza

Who doesn't like a good pizza? I remember when I was a kid, there was a pizza van coming every saturday night in the village. You could almost smell their pizza all around the village. That was the only way to get a "take away" where we live... no... Lire la suite ›

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Flan patissier with berries // Flan patissier aux fruits rouges

Dessert is a big part of french culinary culture and tradition. A lot of french families wouldn't finish a meal without dessert, even if it's just a fruit or a yogurt. Obviously, we're not having profiteroles or a gateau every day, that's more an... Lire la suite ›

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Teriyaki sweet potato and buckwheat bowl // Bol de sarrasin et patates douces teriyaki

Teriyaki sweet potato and buckwheat bowl // Bol de sarrasin et patates douces teriyaki

Looking for a healthy, quick and flavourful lunch or dinner? Here's a generous bowl or "grains" ( buckwheat is often called and considered a grain, but is actually a seed!) and vegetable, teriyaki style. Let the asian flavours of this... Lire la suite ›

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The simplest healthiest banana cookies // Les cookies a la banane les plus simples et sains

The simplest healthiest banana cookies // Les cookies a la banane les plus simples et sains

When baking couldn't possibly be easier than this. See those bananas turning brown in your fruit bowl? They're calling you with their little voice "eaaaaaat me before it's too late!". Well, bananas never get wasted in my house. And if I... Lire la suite ›

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Butternut, chestnut and bacon soup // Soupe a la courge butternut, aux chataignes et au lard

Butternut, chestnut and bacon soup // Soupe a la courge butternut, aux chataignes et au lard

I know, another soup recipe. I just can't get enough soup! It's such a simple way to cook and eat many vegetables, easy to grab for lunch at work. Soup is very easy to make yourself, and you can flavour it in so many ways, playing around... Lire la suite ›

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Caramelised Butternut hummus + don't waste the seeds! // Houmous a la courge butternut caramélisée + ne jetez pas ces graines!

Caramelised Butternut hummus + don't waste the seeds! // Houmous a la courge butternut caramélisée + ne jetez pas ces graines!

Hummus has somehow become a staple in many kitchens and appears on more and more menus in restaurants and cafés. Coming from the Middle East, hummus is very simple to make at home. The great thing about it, is that you can really play... Lire la suite ›

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Raw veggie maki rolls with a miso sesame sauce // Bouchées Maki crues aux légumes, sauce miso et sésame - Bataille Food #39

Raw veggie maki rolls with a miso sesame sauce // Bouchées Maki crues aux légumes, sauce miso et sésame - Bataille Food #39

It's already time for a new food battle! Thanks to Jenna, the great cook behind the blog Bistro de Jenna, every month, foodies meet and share ideas and recipes around a chosen theme. 2 months ago, I had the pleasure to be the "sponsor" of... Lire la suite ›

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A book, a recipe. Butternut and sage croquettes // Un livre, une recette. Croquettes de butternut a la sauge

A book, a recipe. Butternut and sage croquettes // Un livre, une recette. Croquettes de butternut a la sauge

I'm a big book lover. One of my biggest dreams has always been to have a huge library room like in the Beauty and the Beast (the Disney version of the fairytale!). You know, one of those with high shelves, full of hundreds of books, so... Lire la suite ›

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