Lebanese Tabbouleh with Mint and Parsley

It’s summer here in Vancouver and all I want to eat is fresh and light food. This traditional Lebanese tabbouleh recipe with fresh mint and parsley is so so refreshing! Mission accomplished! To prepare this recipe, you need to be armed with strong eyes that don’t cry easily and patience. Yes, chopping parsley and mint leaves takes a lot of time....

1920’s Summer Dress Outfit

And another dress outfit on the blog! This one reminds me of the 1920's because of the square neckline, the fitted waistline and the light fabric. I don't know if you can see it but the dress has a delicate flower print (tiny blue, white and red daisies). This summer dress is perfect for hot summer days and I accessorized it with my blue bag Pliage by Longchamp and blue wedges.

Homemade Rosemary Lemonade

Coming back from Salt Spring Island the other day, I wanted to try a new cold drink recipe inspired from a drink I ordered for the first time at the Tree House Coffee: homemade rosemary lemonade. I never buy soft drinks...

Homemade Pomegranate & Honey Yoghurt

I can’t say I have a sweet tooth and I’m quite picky when it comes to desserts. Clearly, sugar & fat bombs are not for me. I’ve always loved yoghurt (French people eat up to 3 yoghurts a day!!!) and as I grew a bit tired of eating the same industrial fruit yoghurts on repeat, I thought that I should try something new (and more natural!). The great news is that pomegranates are back in season! Yeahh!

Italian Orange and Olive Oil Cake

What happens when you go to the best Italian restaurant in town (I’m talking about “Ask for Luigi” in Vancouver) and you get a grasp of how delicious their olive oil cake tastes because your hubby lets you have a spoon or two (for the record, I did not order dessert because I thought I was full)? Well of course you want to try and see if you can bake as well as Luigi!

Raspberry, Apricot and Cherry Chia Seed Pudding

Chia seeds pudding is the perfect answer to your sweet cravings! My first attempt at baking chia seed puddings was with cherries and it turned out quite well. That’s why I decided to make a different version with even more red fruits and apricots. Since I live in Canada, I’ve discovered so many new ingredients and recipes and I couldn’t be more grateful.

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