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Sardines' rougail

If you’ve been following me for a while, you probably know by now that my husband is from the Reunion Island. If not, now you know. This is a typical dish that you can eat there. It is very simple, spicy and delicious. Really, you can’t go wrong with this one. The recipe asked for canned sardines so that is what I used but you can definitely use some fresh sardines too. Problems with fresh would be spines. I put a tiny bit of chili in my meal because you’re supposed to eat it with chili paste

Parmesan corn on the cob

Since we got our bbq, I’m experiencing grilling recipes. The weather we have, aka heat wave, is not ideal to grill but I do it anyway. I don’t want Fall to come and me being like « I didn’t grill enough » ! So, let’s try and make the most of Summer while it’s here.

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Summery mustard and honey grilled chicken

I love grilled chicken but sometimes it gets dry and I get mad. The advantage of the bbq we bought is that you can easily control the temp and cook your chicken as slowly or as fast as you want. No dry chicken anymore. I promise.

Pork & cabbage stuffed bites

When I went to the Reunion Island in May 2013, I tasted those wonderful culinary marvels that are those things. They’re called « Bouchons ». When I got back in Lyon, I tried to find some but I couldn’t.

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Spinach & cheese quesadillas

Stuff it, fold it and grill it. Yes. Quesadillas are as simple as that. That makes it an easy lunch to prepare when you’re in a hurry or want something super light but tasty.