rôti de porc à la française

Roast Pork à la française

This is a very French and extraordinary roast pork with an extraordinary and light sauce! It’s cooked on top of veggies (carrots, onions and garlic) with white wine, thyme and bay leaf :-) Thanks to its way of cooking, it’s moist and tender and above all easy to make! It really worth the detour!

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vial with lemon confit

Veal with lemon confit

This veal with lemon confit has a multitude of ingredients (onions, garlic, carrots, honey, wine, orange juice and zest, thyme, bay leaf and of course lemon confit) that create a symphony of flavors! It’s really good and quick to make! Don’t miss the opportunity to taste it :-)

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lentils the Greek way -fakes- as a normal dish

Lentils the Greek way (fakes)

Lentils the Greek way are cooked as a soup or as a dish and they are made with tomato puree, onion and garlic and they have some bay leaf for extra flavor! You serve it with some red wine vinegar or Xérès vinegar and it’s really good! They are different from the lentils as we eat them in France and this recipe has better taste! But the lentils themselves are better in France than those in Greece and they cook faster! Give them a try and let me know!

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boeuf bourguigon

Bœuf bourguignon

This is a classic French beef stew and in this version it’s light in fat and rather special because it cooks in the oven into red wine and has onions, garlic, carrots, smoked bacon and mushrooms which give it a special taste :-) It also has thyme and bay leaf for some extra flavor! It’s very good and you should try it asap ;-)

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