What cooking means to me:
I am a deaf girl who lives among people who hear. Expressing my emotions was not always easy for me. Spending time cooking good meals is a way for me to show my loved ones that I love them.
Today I’m giving you some recipes so you can do the same.
Easy recipes for everyone:
Hello dear readers, I’m back! I needed a little time for my family and for myself but I’m coming back to you to take care of this blog which despite everything I was starting to miss.For my return I offer you something to prepare a good little meal for the beautiful days to come. On … Continue reading Tandoori Chicken
Today we were supposed to organize a barbecue with my friends. (yes we were a bit optimistic) and unfortunately the weather wasn’t good (it was predictable) so I had to cook everything in the oven but we ate well anyway.In short, I offer you a very simple little recipe that changes a little from the … Continue reading Colombo-style grills
Today, with the arrival of sunny days and the desire to get together with friends, I have a salty Zeppole recipe for you for an aperitif, but in my own way. Normally Zeppoles are a kind of salty or sweet Italian donut. My secret to making my donuts tasty is the potato. Ingredients: 500g potato … Continue reading Zeppoles for an aperitif with friends
To change the pastries a bit, I offer you a more compatible recipe to prepare our “Summer bodies”! Finally something with an easy-to-say name for non-Danes! This is pressgurka At the same time, pressgurka is not Danish, it is a Swedish recipe. It literally means pressed cucumber and as its name suggests, it is pressed … Continue reading Pressgurka
During my weekend with Tor, knowing me fancied at this little pastry that is the vastlakukle, he was kind enough to give me this little recipe. Nice Nilsa, another thing with an unpronounceable name! What is Vastlakukkel? Vastlakukkel, also called Semla in Sweden, is a small brioche filled with almond paste and topped with whipped … Continue reading Vastlakukkel
Last night was a party at my Grandma’s with my sister. Thursday it would have been mom’s birthday so we had a little party between us, we spent the evening looking at old photos and telling old anecdotes. it did me so much good. My mom often made me toast with crushed white beans on … Continue reading Creamy white beans soup, smoked sausage and garlic toast!
Yesterday a family I helped through our Deaf Club whose father is a baker gave us a ton of stale brioche to bake with the kids. Of course, we made a lot of French toast, but I also made a kind of very simple sugar pie with literally 5 minutes of preparation and 10 minutes … Continue reading Sugar Pie in 15 min
I’m going to sound cliché, especially in this period when you’re overrun with crappy Christmas TV movies (I say that but love it) but it’s been my favorite time of year since I was little. No it’s not because of the freebies but I like the fact that everyone is more or less racking their … Continue reading Our Christmas menu
Evening at Grands-Pa with friends to play table games. “Zombiecide” and “Mices and Mystics”. For the evening I have prepared a little recipe for the aperitif and I have no idea how to name it yeah! Ingredients : 1 store-bought pizza dough (thick dough) 1 box of pesto 1 tomato (or cherry tomatoes) 150 g … Continue reading Chicken pesto filled bread!
Today I spent the day with Grand Ma where she told me about her desire to write a fantasy novel with me, her heroine being deaf. I thought the idea was great and so we spent the day in front of the fireplace working out the basics of this universe. Maybe I’ll post some preparatory … Continue reading Indian vegetable and Chapati
Today was party time at our Deaf Club. The founder was celebrating her 72 years and our small association her 30 years (okay it was the 31st but last year with the confinement we could not celebrate it with dignity) and of course I was asked to cook. .. for 54 people! 😅 Well I … Continue reading Thyme and lemon chicken on a bed of candied potatoes.
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