I’ve been following Anya for a long time and loved so much her first cookbook. And I’m really picky about cookbooks! So when she asked me when I was interested in receiving her second one I was
I think this is the most requested post – and video! I’ve finally been able to record my step-by-step process using only natural light, stunting under and around the tripod, avoiding cuts and burns 😀
If you look for “granola” on Google you’ll find billions of different recipes, but sometimes you just want one to use up some ingredients and declutter your pantry, right? Well, this recipe is exactly for this purpose. Mix and match what you want following a simple basic rule.
Plain bread is delicious, we can’t deny that, right? But with 100% cacao chocolate, hazelnuts, and fried figs, it can be nothing that better. This is seriously to die for.
This is a complete and tasteful menu inspired by Provencal spices. Ps : the sorbet is so easy to make and its color is just stunning!
I love granola, I love the making process, the smell when I bake it, and, of course, the taste and the texture. What I love the most? How customizable is it. This is one of my favorite versions.
Provence, in the Southern France, has a special place in my heart. In my last visit, I discovered a really interesting spread that I decided to prepare at home : it’s so easy and flavorful!
This is the best homemade product I have ever made. One tablespoon is strong enough and can be used in so many ways – in a stew, with some coconut oil for a quick sauce, to spice up a savory porridge…
If you like (real) panzanella, you’ll love this recipe. Frise are a kind of bread that lasts for months in your pantry. Seriously.