In my country, rhubarb is not very commonly used for cooking or baking. When I first saw rhubarb in a grocery store, I wondered “what’s this ugly looking reddish plant that resembles celery”, and of course I had no intention to buy it. However, I learned to appreciate the vegetable (or fruit?) after trying a … [Read more…]
Oyakodon, meaning “parent-and-child donburi”, is a popular Japanese donburi dish invented in the late 19th century. It consists of sliced onion, chicken, eggs simmered in a sweet-savory sauce, poured over a bowl of steamed rice. Oyakodon is a rather simple dish that only requires one pan. It is a delicious, hearty and healthy meal done in 15 … [Read more…]
Pizza Margherita, a typical Neapolitan pizza, is without a doubt one of the most classic pizza varieties ( if not THE most classic). The toppings are simple: tomatoes, fresh mozzarella cheese, basil leaves…but the flavor is complex. I also love its vivid tri-colour representing colors of the national flag of Italy.
This authentic, delicious sweet corn Basque cheesecake will be the easiest cheesecake you will ever make, period. The silky smooth cheesecake melts in your mouth, and every bite is loaded with pleasant scents of corns. The actual corn kernels inside the cheesecake add a very interesting texture to it.