Delicious cake made with delicious Belgian products
Think green tomato chutney!
I’ve got unused egg whites/yolks in the fridge… what shall I do?
Two years ago (!!) I promised to give you my recipe of rose hip jam. I had it all set: I took pictures, thought of the instructions I would write, etc. Yeah well, time flew and here we are now… The rose hip jam recipe!
A bit of information about how the renovation work is going, what we do at church and within the BEM and what we eat. Recipe inside […]
Yann was born and raised in the region of Provence, southeastern France. One of the most famous local Christmas traditions are the thirteen desserts. Traditionally the supper on Christmas’ Eve ends with a ritual of 13 desserts, representing Jesus Christ and the 12 apostles. It is said that one ought to eat one of each dessert to get lucky the next year […]
Thanksgiving is an American tradition, still we organized it yesterday at church. Our Bible studies take place on Thursday evening and we want to vary our meetings (regular Bible study, debate, discussion, social). In this perspective we proposed to host Thanksgiving to welcome our new church members and learn more about the culture of Clement, Charlotte and Sarah […]
1 – We made “H&N” (Honey & Nuts)
- Grill nuts
- Mix nuts
- Melt honey
- Combine ingredients
- Pour in mason jar
2 – I wrote Psalm 127.1 (the verse of our wedding) on the entry wall
3 – Loïs made feta filled paprikas. She cut the cheese, combined it with olive oil and herbs and filled the paprikas. We served with green lentils on the side.
4 – We carved pumpkins.
5 – I sewed green napkins for the BEM Area coming this November.
6 – The season of the clementines is back. We made chicken out of them.
Since mid-July we have been eating less red meat, more fish and vegetable products. Why? For the sake of food diversification. We were already eating veggies and fruits at each meal, but not many leguminosae (lentils, chick peas… though we love it) nor dried fruits (nuts or almonds… which I am allergic to if not cooked). And in this great food trip we tried vegetable milks. […]
Our kitchen is an open space in the middle of our living room. You can easily imagine how often we are in there. This series of articles is not very spiritual and has nothing to do with ministry (although maybe…), let’s say it is a way of exchanging practical advice.