Butternut & Chestnut Soup

Christmas Eve is behind us on the calendar and with it, amazing moments in the kitchen, great and diverse dishes as well as large tables full of food for your guests.

Gluten-free Christmas Shortbread Cookies

Christmas is just few days away on the calendar and I had to offer you a ‘Holiday Season’ recipe! Here’s a gluten-free shortbread cookies recipe. Shortbread are originally from Scotland,

Gluten-Free Double Chocolate Muffins

Not eating wheat and egg white does necessarily means you can have baked desserts anymore. There are many ways to replace wheat flour and egg white by healthy substitutes and the

Stuffed Little Pumpkins

I love, when Fall comes, to buy those tiny pumpkins that I found either at my organic store or at the market (my favorite veggie supplier has stuff to die for)

Lychee, Papaya & Green Shiso Fruit Salad

The last time I was offered me those beautiful flowers, named ‘Amour en cage’ or ‘Love in a cage’, I thought they were really interesting to shoot. And so I did. And

Gluten-Free Ricotta & Spinach Cannelloni

Cannelloni is an Italian famous dish, often made of tubular pasta stuffed with meat, tomatoes and cheese, then cooked in tomato sauce. Here’s a more vegetarian version of it with ricotta

Pear, Apricot & Spice Relish

Relish is often used for burgers and hot-dogs. The most famous one is made of cucumbers, pickles, vinegar, sugar and spices. Here’s a seasonal one with Fall ingredients: pears, dried

Gluten-Free Tiramisu

I wanted to make a tiramisu for a long time but never dared to as I had the multiple constraints of not using wheat and dairy products. Tiramisu – understand

Eggplant & Lemon Risotto

Risotto has always been a dish with a preparation I’ve never dared to launch myself into. And for many reasons. First of all, because my mother, one of the greatest

Tomato & Basil Risotto

I made a promise on this one, so here’s my second recipe about risotto (check my eggplant and lemon risotto). And as tomatoes slowly disappear market stalls as winter is

Gluten-Free Bircher Müesli

 The name birchermüesli comes from its creator, the Swiss doctor Maximilian Bircher-Benner who created its recipe at the beginning of the 20th century. Müesli means litteraly ‘little purée’. Birchermüesli is