Sweet corn masala and tartelette a la mangue


A fusion version of the Indian dal masala (lentil curry). Really quick and easy. And a gorgeous dessert.


Stir-fried sweet corn with green soy beans and onion, The spices are a dal masala mix and turmeric.


Added enoki mushrooms, and some greens (umaina). A little lemon juice.


The earthiness of the soy beans.


The sweet freshness of corn.


With leftovers of dough for the gâteaux basques, I baked the crust of a tartelette and a few cookies. On the crust, big dices of mango. Plus a pinch of ground salt and hot chili. You have to try that, just a pinch on mango, and it enhances spectacularly the flavor of a fruit that is already delicious.
Great dessert.




Mango pudding. It has 3 colors, flavors, textures.

A pale yellow mousse, with mango flesh and coconut milk.

Bright yellow chunks of mango.

A white coconut cream and rum base.

Maybe you think it’s “l’agar du jour”. Wrong ! It’s gelatine based. Sometimes I run out of agar. Also it’s different. Meltier.

South Pole dream (frozen compilation)

Ice !

Sorbet de cacao grand frisson

iced marquise

coconut paradise isle-cream

  Glace reine des fraises (strawberry)

Iced strawberry-banana

The simplest mango ice-cream

Sorbet de mangue petillant

glace Plombieres, a retro flavor

kabocha coco gelato

Mango sherbet and litchees

Nagano apricot ice-cream

avocado softcream (savory)

Creme Budwig au riz rouge – red rice Budwig cream(via Gourmande in Osaka)

Last year…
The healthiest way to start your day ?

Creme Budwig au riz rouge Red rice Budwig cream. Dr Kousmine and her friend scientist Ms Budwig propose their recipe of Bircher Muesli. It contains the oils and good omegas, the minerals and vitamins our body needs to start a healthy day. That's a breakfast… which means a brunch for me. Budwig Cream generic recipe (you'll find many variations on the web) The idea is to very each day those ingredients so you get the benefits of different nuts, cereals, oils, and to follo … Read More

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Mousse au lait de mangue – Milky mango mousse (via Gourmande in Osaka)

Last year…

Mousse au lait de mangue - Milky mango mousse A mango, skim milk powder and gelatine turned into a mousse. A few bits of mango in it. Decorated with this week's edible flower (carnations, aren't they ?). 2 servings Cal : 197.4 F0.3g C30g P16.9g Recipe : For 2 cups 50 g of cubes of mango A: 75 g of mango 1/2 cup of lukewarm water B : 5 g of powdered gelatine 1/2 cup very hot (not boiling) water C : 20 g of skim milk powder 1 cup of water with ice-cubes (if your blender accept them, otherwise … Read More

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