Dark green leaves, sliced apples, thinly sliced red onion, grated carrot. Olive oil and apple cider vinegar dressing. Something I made up on the spot. Add something for protein, and you have a great lunch.
Last week, my father-in-law brought two ginormous zucchini and four eggplants from his garden. He seemed happy that somebody wanted them. I llooooovvveee eggplants and zucchinis. Love ’em. So, tonight, the eggplants needed to be used up. All four of them. All at once. I wondered what I could do. AND I thought to myself: […]
Another simple recipe. Prepare the cantaloupe (or other melon) in slices. Place the slices in a bowl. Add the juice of half a lime, some finely sliced fresh mint, a bit of salt and pepper. Coat the melon with the dressing. Put on plates. Serve with a piece of prosciutto.
Here is something I made today. It was so simple, and so tasty. AND my two wee boys asked for seconds and thirds. [one_third] Lentils 1/2 a bag of dried puy lentils Boullion for cooking lentils [/one_third] [one_third]other salad bits 3 carrots peeled 1/2 a red pepper A bit of onion A small clove of […]
Portrait du vigneron encaveur Ludovic Paschoud qui nous présente son domaine et nous parle de son vin. A portrait of a wine grower from Lutry, Ludovic Paschoud, who talks about his passions. His vines. His wines. His words.
I shouldn’t be surprised that whilst researching for some wine geekery to post on this blog, I found a team of physicists at the EPFL in Lausanne itself who have studied the hydrodynamics of swirling wine. They call it oenodynamics. Here is an article from Science Magazine back in 2011 about their curiosity and discoveries: […]
Lisez l’article complet sur le site Bilan. Read the entire article on the Bilan website. Les astuces du meilleur sommelier du monde 2013
Here is an interesting take on the rivulets of wine after you swirl it in your glass. Voici un point de vue intéressant sur les ruisseaux de vin après vous agitez dans votre verre (en anglais).