Gnocchi Alla Romana

Gnocchi Alla Romana

A few weeks back Eileen contacted me via Instagram! because she was working on a food photography documentary and was wondering if I’d like to participate. I was intrigued. I proposed that we meet for coffee so that she could tell me a little more about her project and get to know her a little.
A few days later we met up for breakfast at a cool little café called Mokonuts. She told me she was making a documentary about how people connect through food. She was contacting strangers that were in some way or another related to food, via social networks. Eileen asked if I would be open to cook for her at my home and tell her my story of how I came to be in the food world and in Paris. She would be taking photos of the whole thing, me cooking, talking, plating, eating.
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Cheese Soufflé

Cheese Soufflé

A few weeks ago my brother asked me for a cheese soufflé recipe. He was hosting a dinner party for some friends in Buenos Aires and wanted to prepare one for them. He loves soufflé. Who doesn’t, right?
I immediately sent him this recipe I will be sharing with you guys here, with a step by step guide of how to proceed and succeed! He told me the next day it had been a huge success and that it was so easy to prepare he might do one every night!! Imagine how happy this made me!!
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Cinnamon Rolls

Cinnamon Rolls

Because we can’t find cinnamon rolls in France, I’ve never actually had the chance to fall in love with these beautiful little pastries. Nevertheless, I’ve always wanted to make them. But making cinnamon rolls for two is a little too much. I was afraid of eating the whole thing by myself. :)
Finally, the opportunity presented itself or rather I created one and gave myself the perfect excuse for making a batch. I decided it would be good for my husband to take some freshly baked goods to work to share with his colleagues. So now that I knew I would not be having them around the house for long I put myself to work.
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