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Cooking for Huey, Dewey, and Louie

Manuale di Nonna Papera We all grew up watching American cartoons, and every time there was a celebration Donald Duck would cook muffins, pancakes, and brownies for his nephews, Huey, Dewey and Louie. They were everybody’s favourites and were always devoured with avidity and joy by all cartoons: Mickey Mouse, Goofy, Duffy Duck, Bugs Bunny….Walt Disney as well as Looney… Read more →

10 Tips for Surviving Christmas Cooking

Two days left until Christmas, the clock is ticking down! Besides the presents, Christmas cards and the closing of business over the festive week, I need to plan for food. It is very difficult to gauge, during previous Christmas’s we cooked far too much and struggled to finish it all. I now prefer to spend 2 days before Christmas preparing… Read more →

4 Easy Ways to Entertain When Staying in the French Riviera

……even if you don’t live here ! Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas these are busy periods for many, with family and friends getting together, it is time to entertain. Hosting a party at home can be overwhelming: preparing the food, organizing the house and welcoming your guests.   Save Save Save Save Last year, I was busy organizing my first “Lunch with… Read more →

Squid Ink

Sea Monsters (in Eng, Fr & It) and The Halloween Mystery

Halloween is just around the corner and while the children are preparing for scary monsters with candies, I like to be scared by sea monster and Black Squid Ink. Right? Wrong ! Save Save Save Last year for Halloween I published the recipe Pasta with Black Ink Squid, as typically called in English (from google Adword statistic) However this past… Read more →

Magret de Canard a l'Orange

A French Challenge: Magret de Canard à l’Orange and Gratin Dauphinoise

At last some rain, and the temperature has dropped. It seems autumn has finally arrived, and I am ready for some comfort and festive food to warm up our cold and rainy weekends. To celebrate the new season I embraced a new French challenge: Magret de Canard a l’Orange and Gratin Dauphinoise. This week is La Semaine du Goût® here… Read more →

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