I have recently visited Paris.. the capital city of France. It was surprisingly a quick trip before Christmas, as I have never been. This is a few weeks before I finally move to Orlando for my Culinary Internship, leaving the cold Swiss behind. I d…

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Since I have a few weeks off from Cheffing, It's time to update the blog. This entry is about discovering the Christmas market in Montreux Switzerland. Montreux is a lovely town nestled between the hilly steep side and the beautiful Lake Geneva. Al…

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I had the opportunity to taste and make an excellent Mauritian turkey and beef burger with pickled vegetables and raita sauce. Two of my dear friends/co-chefs in training showed us what a true born Mauritian would do with pickled vegetables. The co…

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The production of cheese like many other food preservations is a long and tiring process. A week ago, I saw and experienced first hand making cheese and the struggle that comes with it. It was very interesting to see how much effort and time you pu…

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Here comes beef carpaccio, Asian-inspired dish. Surprisingly one of the best beef carpaccio recipes I have tried! This typical Piedmont (a region in/of Italy) carpaccio is made with very thin slices of beef placed on a dish with lemon, olive oil, a…

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Make the most of warm summer days by  cooking this perfect light meal for everyone. It's very easy to make, you simply have to marinate the chicken in spices for as long as possible! Okay, let's say overnight up to 2 days' maximum. This way the mea…

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Bread and butter pudding is a traditional type of bread pudding popular in British cuisine. It is made by layering slices of buttered bread (often stale bread) scattered with raisins in an oven dish, over which an egg custard mixture, made with mil…

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HELLO EVERYONE! Today's challenge is baking crinkle cookies. Plus I have found some more recipes online apart from my own version for you all to try! ENJOY CHOCOLATE CRINKLE COOKIES: 1 drop of Vanilla extract 140g Golden caster sugar 2 Large eggs 1…

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Today I have added this James Martin recipe to our blog. Something simple yet filling and healthy. Serves 2 Ingredients : 500g Asparagus spears, Boiled in a salted water for 3 minutes. These amazing asparagus spears are rich in fibre, vitamin A, C,…

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