Bring some French to your Kitchen

How adorable are these French canning jars? I mean, I would fill my entire kitchen with these if I could and store all my rice, flour, pasta, quinoa, couscous, and cookies. The big ones can hold up to 2 liters of liquid (that’s about 67.5 US ounces) while … Continue reading

1970s Corning Ware Le Persil + L’Echalote

These vintage 1970s Corning Ware menu-ette and casserole dish in the Spice of Life pattern with the French lettering are simply dreamy! If you are anything like me and enjoy cooking and like having good quality but also pretty cookware these are … Continue reading

Pinkify Your Kitchen

Listen, I don’t care what they say, a girl can never have enough pink! Even tomboys dream in pink. So in true girly fashion I decided I needed more pink in my kitchen and I started by painting my wooden … Continue reading

Ptitim or as we all call it Israeli Couscous

If you’ve never had Israeli couscous you must definitely give it a chance! It’s one of those things that may appeal to many as in itself it’s tasteless. But because of that it’s extremely versatile, just like any other pasta as that’s … Continue reading

Heirloom Tomato Bisque

I love heirloom tomatoes! Love them! Particularly the miniature ones that come in different colors! What a treat! So the other day I had a box of those in my fridge and decided to turn them into a bisque. And … Continue reading

Chicken Tarragon Soup

My grandma used to grow tarragon in her garden and while I distinctively remember tarragon’s very particular taste I can’t seem to remember what she would make with it. I haven’t had tarragon in many years until I recently came … Continue reading

My kitchsery

My favorite room of the house is the kitchen. And not just mine but any kitchen. There is something so social and inviting about a kitchen. Did you notice that no matter how small the kitchen that’s where people always … Continue reading