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This is a dedicated post, as these crostini.
First, to
Babs (have I ever told you she’s great? have you seen her web site? not yet? com’on! what are you waiting for?) who made me discover a real love for greek yoghurt, Fage to be pricise. Since I’ve met her, I use Greek yoghurt in muffins, in sweet and savory cakes, I’ve made delicious but light desserts with fresh fruits and greek yoghurt, I have eaten it for breakfast with just a dollop of honey…

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Green velvet


I’m always in search of something light and velvety, something that makes me feel good and free as a butterfly, something enjoying to cook and to eat, something fun, but that can also clean my coscience.
Yesterday I was lost in this quest, when Aunt Teresa suggested me this soup, made with leftover vegetables in your fridge. A touch of India, and here you have a velvety soup that keeps all the promises!

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Lunch box, episode 2

Here the second episode of my office lunch box. This time, have a look outside my windows, since you already know my computer.
This is one of the most classic omelette, a potato omelette, slightly varied to be more lighter but more satisfying.
As usual, it is made the day before and warmed up in the microwave, and you get a just made omelette! Eat it with a side salad of lattuce and carrots and you’ll have a complete but light meal.

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