Author: Nadine Denault

Hurricane food 3

Hurricane food

I was inspired by the glimpse of cold weather we just experienced earlier than supposed (thanks to Irene) to make a classic comfort food dish from Quebec. The “shepherd pie” that we actually call “Pâté Chinois” in...

Where to “tapas” in Montreal 0

Where to “tapas” in Montreal

Tapas: Spanish originated word for appetizers is now well known in North America. They can be served cold (frias) or warm (calientes). Even non-Spanish venues are adopting this way of serving many small plates to make...

A foodie in Paris 0

A foodie in Paris

Paris is without any doubts a very special city. Even with a week of crappy weather it can be charming. For food lovers it is totally overwhelming.  There is a tonne of French bistros that will...

Bread, I love you 0

Bread, I love you

I often ask myself what is the food item I could never live without. It happens a lot when I am eating something fabulous and it is usually something pretty simple. I did a mini...

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A foodie in New York- Part 1

I had such a big culinary buzz in New York and also for the city itself. After visiting almost every big city in United States, at almost 40 years old, I finally went to...

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Simple tomato sauce

The base for a lot of good Italian recipes is great tomato sauce, made with the best ingredients.  The key is to keep it simple and I don’t think you need much cooking time to obtain...