Une soupe en croûte.
A fragrant Autumnal broth, trapped under a crispy pie.
Awabi-take. The name literally means “abalone mushroom”. It’s a type of eringii.
Bunapi and awabi-take.
In a white wine chicken broth, with thyme.
Sealed, and baked.
A South French Sunday lunch. Think about a dinner, enjoyed slowly between noon and 5 p.m., talking and eating food cooked by the grandma.
The roast : A chicken baked inside a salty crust, with lots of perfumed herbs.
It gets very tender.
The zucchini that believed they were bananas.
Colorful Mediterranean Summer vegetables. They must be full of vitamins.
Layered, then baked. Tian is also the name of the pottery in which this dish is baked.
Teaser about the dessert (to be posted soon) :
Tarte automne-été aux trois fruits (Summer-Fall triple pie).
A few ideas for holiday menus. Japan has a month to celebrate the end of the year with Bonenkai (funerals of the old year) parties. In other places, Yule, Noël, Xmas and New Year in many places. Add, yours…
I like trying different dishes and meal styles.
Take a hot cup of thé de Noël and enjoy :
Rétro Christmas, candlelight and rustic.
Everything white, and French flavors…
Full Menu White French Christmas
Boudin blanc (white pudding sausage was little people’s Xmas treat, DIY)
Blanc-Manger (Middle-Age style, not a dessert)
Canard aux airelles (duck with cranberry sauce)
Gateau Mont-Blanc (coconut Antilles’ whiteness)
A Japanese Christmas menu
chicken and sesame cooking class
marmalade and sesame wings
chicken slices with wine sesame sauce
tofu with wine sesame sauce
decorative potato sarada. (pote sarada)
sesame fruit cake
Osechi Ryori, a feast of good luck dishes for Japanese New Year, with the recipes. Click here.
Petit Jésus en brioche…
About this one, posts showing up soon :
Colorful first dish
Saucisson en brioche au safran (salami saffron pie)
Red wine red cabbage in rice cooker. The same in cocotte.
Chestnutty no-bake croquettes
Flocon de neige (streusel flocken-sahne). Berry Flockensahne.
Black sugar Nonnettes Kaki nonnettes. Mandarin nonnettes.