The thing he enjoyed the most was looking for new river stones in the Viaur, also finding small fishes in the river. This summer, we’ve spent some days in Laguépie three different times.
Dreaming about a vegetable garden: apple picking season is right around the corner, but normally it’s not time to pick apples yet. Therefore, we realized they fall from the trees.
Hello there…long time no see, huh? We do not have holidays during August. We are back and happy to be sharing some very good news with you.
Looking for mushrooms we can eat is one of the pleasant things we can do as a family. Every time we go for a walk at the end of the day, we come back home with Nature’s treasures.
Yesterday afternoon, after work, we went to have a walk and to look for blackberries in the garden.
When you're a foreign in the country you live in, sometimes nostalgia makes you feel homesick.
It happened again, we went for a walk and we came back with apples from one of the garden trees and flowers.
About the harmonica and the quince tree of the garden.
It was too late for the plums: birds had already eaten most of them.
We left home with fruits in the garden. Being back, the forest is now totally different, full of read, brown, yellow and green colors.
Last week-end we cooked a gluten-free cake with pesticides-free apples from the local market, as we had some family visiting us at home.
Salmon tartare is one of our family favorite recipes when we do not have a lot of time to cook. It is delicious with a yogurt or fresh cream sauce.
We consume local products as much as we can. Here is our preferred recipe to prepare pasta or pizza with a delicious local tomato sauce.
Lemon juice, the olive oil, salt, black pepper, leaves of mint and seeds.This morning we prepared a delicious and simple recipe of gluten-free lentil salad.
“Cooking with kids is not just about ingredients, recipes and cooking, but about harnessing imagination, empowerment and creativity” (Guy Fieri said). Having an eating disorder, as coeliac disease, is not neither just a gluten-free diet, it’s also a way of life, many often starting from zero, above all if you have had many symptoms before going into a gluten-free diet. These two points are the main reasons why we share healthy dishes and gluten-free recipes. We’re trying to do all this as much honestly as possible. This is not neither about trends nor about looking for likes or followers on social media, but about sharing content we think could be interesting for you.
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