Healthy French home cooking , (almost) no cream required!
Healthy, French, Home-cooking, always fresh, (almost) no cream required!
This is about simple cooking for my kids away from home, family and friends and friends of friends. Not quite recipes, just inspiration.Often, no exact quantities, certainly no scientific potions, but a bit of magic and lots of love! and you could always ask for more details.
Share my love of cooking, enjoy the Pacific West Coast bounty and help me pass along the French Heritage from my Grand-mothers and my Dad who taught me.
Salt and PepperEven when I don't say so, use Baleine sea-salt and fresh ground pepper from your Peugeot pepper mill, goes without saying!
Hi, nice to meet you !
Lindsay Smith is my nephew and a great cook. His mom suggested this site and I can’t wait to try some of your recipes
Betty, I am honored, welcome to the blog!
I am so glad you sent your blog to me.
I can’t wait to try the recipes!
Looking forward to staying connected with you!
Suzanne Legare Belcher (Estabrook)
…. btw I have made your salmon recipe with cream, shallots and thyme about a million times since you abandoned us here in Ontario
I miss your Ganaraska morels!
check the last paragraph and take a look at the picture!
This dish was an incredible gift and I have treasured it.
I can’t imagine a more amazing person for a beautiful terrine dish to go to. Btw.. on the weekend I did some rhubarb. Made some sugar syrup flavoured with vanilla beans, stewed some rhubarb in the syrup. Then spooned some into large bowls and topped with sliced strawberries in a spiral pattern. It made me think of the Ganaraska and the time we cooked together. I learned simplicity and being authentic to the ingredients from you!
After 15 years you still continue to amaze me. This is brilliant!
I am thrilled to be able to read your blog and find something neat to make without bugging you.
Have a wonderful holiday,