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Everyday and Special Occasions Homemade Meals

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Seafood salad, a fresh and delicious starter!

It is refreshing and a bit tart with its lemon juice, it works up one’s appetite. If you think that the lemon juice might be too tart, you can replace it by an orange juice and your recipe will be even more refined.

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Easy Lo Mein, beef meatballs and noodles, vegetables, hot, spicy and delicious!

A delicious and housewife friendly dish, as it can be made with everything left in our fridges.

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Curry and ginger pumpkin soup, delicious!

This is a velvety and thick soup, so simple and quick to do, only one word describes it: superlicious! No matter how much of it you do, there’s never enough.

There is a lot of different recipes, today: ginger and curry

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Easy (no machine) mango granita, delicious!

To make your own shaved ice mango granita is quick and very easy, you only need a little water, some sugar and good fruits.

Besides, homemade shaved ice made with fresh fruits tastes so much better than the store-bought ones that are generally made out of syrup or concentrate… 

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Shaved ice melon (no machine), delicious!

To make your own shaved ice melon is quick and very easy, you only need a little water, some sugar and good fruits.

Besides, homemade shaved ice melon made with fresh fruits tastes so much better than the store-bought ones that are generally made out of syrup or concentrate… 

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Candied fruit quick bread is light and fruity, with mixed flavors in each bite, delicious!

Lately, I have been visiting a Russian fair with my girlfriend Monica, and among the exhibits there was this stand offering so many beautiful and meaty candied fruits of the best quality. I had to buy some, but what to do with it…

Then, I remembered fond memories of my grandma’s rich mincemeat bread, or English cake as we used to call it. Grandma would always serve mincemeat bread with a good cup of tea whenever we visited.

So today, I made this “English cake” with candied chunks of papaya, pear, strawberries, cranberries, raisins and candied cherries. It is a boozy kind of cake with the addition of Rum, so good!

It is not always easy to find a large selection of candied fruit, make this cake with the fruits you can easily find, play with the ingredient quantities and add more raisins, you can also add almonds or nuts.

 Please try it and let me know what you think.

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 Stuffed cabbage … Basically, meatballs into a cabbage leaf! I love meatballs, don’t you ? Such a versatile dish; My recipe will always vary according to the vegetables and herbs I’ve got in my fridge : with pepper and sprouts, I will make Asian style meatballs, with zucchinis and tomatoes, I will make Italian style meatballs and so on.

I always add grated carrots, chopped onions and mushrooms to my meatballs since either or several of them are a basis in many of my recipes and so are tomatoes, so I try to never run out of any of them.

Of course, there is a wide range of vegetables that you could use instead of cabbage, like peppers, tomatoes, zucchinis, etc. 

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Matcha tea, pecans and white chocolate muffins, such a refined and delicious combination!

Muffins are so easy to do, one bowl of dry ingredients, one bowl of wet ingredients, mix and it’s almost ready!

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Fillet of hake with an olive crust, a delicious mediterranean way of serving fish.

Hake is particularly appreciated in my family: it is a white fish with a firm and meaty flesh, not fat, not oily and its flavor is delicate. Hake can be cooked in an infinity of ways, from sweet and sour, curry sauces, with tomato sauce, etc.

I find that hake is very similar to cod, but more refined. For example, if I were to cook fish balls, I would do them with cod not hake. Another advantage is that hake tends to be cheaper than cod.

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Spaetzle, egg pasta bits, delicious and very easy to make.

Spaetzle are rather served with meats and creamy sauces, but I have read that Germans like to eat them with a schnitzel (a pork Milanese cutlet). I like to serve them in autumn with deer fillets or any cut of game and a red wine sauce.