I grabbed this recipe from my friend. It is amazing! It is not the simplest crepe recipe but it is worth the time to spend to make them. These crepes are so beautiful with all those little bubbles on the surface. Just look at the photos! Thanks to buttermilk they have sour-sweet taste and are pretty nourishing. They are perfect with autumn flavoured jams or just with honey and hot tea.
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I can never say “no” to chocolate. It is the best sweet thing for me ever. Every time when I’m choosing what to order in a cafe – a cheesecake or a brownie – the latter always win. The same happens in my kitchen – I like to experiment with my old favourite recipes adding chocolate or cocoa. This time I upgraded my favourite recipe of clafoutis. I made chocolate clafoutis with pear and also added a little bit of delicious Gorgonzola which made this recipe especially tasteful! Read More

Few weeks ago I made these amazing autumn plum galettes and this week I decided to make classic ones with apples! I buy apples every Saturday at the local farmers market and then decide what to make with all of them. I use apples in pies, crumbles, salads. Today it is apple galettes. I added chopped walnuts into the dough and was delighted by the result!
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Fig season is one of the best seasons! I think the best way to eat them is just raw, or adding to salads or place on the top of bruschetta with goat cheese and honey. I’ve roasted my amazingly ripened figs with honey and pistachios. It’s a very simple way to get a delicious dessert or make morning porridge more appetising!
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I’ve made a huge amount of galettes this summer! The most of them were with strawberries or mixed berries. And I’m not over with making them. This week I have made wholewheat dough for my galette and filled it with seasonal English plums. I wrote a lot of times that I like how plums turn out in the bakery. And this time it worked as well. I also want to make an attention on this galette dough. It is amazing! Try it with apples, pears or mix all the seasonal fruits together. Use this recipe if you want to get crusty galettes.
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I’ve made this jam while thinking about cold autumn and winter days. Nothing is better for me then a cup of a hot tea or coffee with a flavorous jam when I feel sick. A raspberry jam reminds me about my childhood. My mum used to make a classic jam, she boiled it for many hours until jam became dark red in colour and had very rich raspberry taste with amazing flavour. It was my favourite jam to eat in winter. And it is now as well.
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Artichokes. These edible flowers are one of the most gorgeous vegetables for me. As tasty as beautiful! I love them just roasted and sprinkled with a lemon juice or with hummus. A week ago I’ve made a tart with artichokes and added a few roasted aubergines. They made the taste more sweet and tender. So buy some artichokes and grab the recipe!
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My favourite season has started and it means that I will have a lot of time for new seasonal experiments. How I love the start of new season! I also will be glad to hear about your favourite food ideas! The fall season also means plenty of vegetables. Very rich, deep tastes of butternut squash, kale, cauliflower, wild mushrooms, figs, apples, pears, plums…
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This is one of my mum’s recipes. I like making recipes which my mum used to make many years ago for my own family. Isn’t it magical?
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While coming up with the next recipe for the blog I realised that I haven’t made cakes for a long time! I wondered what cake should it be and decided to make crêpe cake first time in my life. Because it seemed to be a very summer, easy, light cake but the main reason was that I adore thin crêpes.
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