Stuffed Artichoke with Fava Beans


It’s the season! In farmers market shelled artichokes are filled in barrels with lemon water, sold in high prices. My mum teases the seller, why so expensive? Are they covered in gold flakes? Seller quickly defends herself; I promise ma’am it’s the same prices with last year, we almost have no gain… After a light battle of words they became... READ MORE >>>

August 31, 2016 [ Leave a comment ]

Salmon Shrimp & Spinach Cashew Mini Quiches


Little quiches are juicy, crispy and absolutely addictive. After eating them the whole day, I still returned home with 8 of them, which were eaten during the next day! Beware of too much unexpected butter in the metabolism. Be nice to yourself; eat only a couple of them in a day and with lots of green salad aside!

July 21, 2016 [ Leave a comment ]

The Perfect Quiche Dough & The Mediterranean Stones


Evie is my free-time senior quiche chief who perfected the art through the years and many different experiments. And she was baking mini-quiches over and over for several weeks. Those are tiny little crispy beauties; savory or sweet, with different fillings. My favourites from her selection are with seafood and spinach. With some nuts inside. Her little quiches are juicy,... READ MORE >>>

July 14, 2016 [ Leave a comment ]