Quince cake

Have you ever envisioned to bake a quince cake? Well I decided to try. A simple recipe that you can use with other fruits than quince (apple, pear, plums…). No limitations really. Preheat… Continue reading

Brownies for all!

UniK Concierge a prestigious lifestyle management company asked Theasycooking to produce a specific recipe for an afternoon tea this past Christmas for their clients. So as promised here is it! As I said… Continue reading

Happy New Year 2011!!

I wish you a great start for this new coming year! And all the best for your upcoming projects! I am now away for 2 weeks and will update my blog with new… Continue reading

French Pot au Feu?

Pot au feu is a traditional French recipe mostly made during the winter time. It consist of a bouillon, some vegetables and meat. A pot au feu requires time. But really worth it!… Continue reading

Shake your morning!

Yes breakfast takes time to prepare – so why don’t you make your own rich breakfast in seconds? Simply peel and cut 2 different fruits that you like in small pieces: Here I chose… Continue reading

Chicken Tagine served in cocotte

Cold cold cold!!! Yes I can’t believe how cold it is outside. I miss the heat and the holidays are around the corner. For this occasion I did a Chicken tagine in a… Continue reading

Jimmy’s at The New James Hotel – New York

“Jimmy is a contemporary interpretation of a classic pub with a 1970’s New York twist. Elements like herringbone floors, a leather trimmed solid wood bar top, brick glazed tile walls, rich blue upholstery and working fireplaces come together to create a sense of warmth.”

What is better than homemade cooking?

Sunday, I have been home almost all day. I have been cooking a lot!! And yes, it looks good. I decided to retry my lemon tart that I have done last week. I can… Continue reading

Blue Hill New York

Pictures are from http://www.bluehillfarm.com I recently had dinner at Blue Hill New York and I can tell you that it was worth it. I was charmed by the simplicity of the fresh organic… Continue reading

Soto has earned 2 Michelin Stars!

From my sources, Chef Soto in NYC just earned 2 Michelin stars!!! I dined in this “minuscule” (tiny) place and was really impressed by the quality of fish and service. I really enjoyed… Continue reading