All posts by Lea Badach

Croissant au beurre

First comes baguette then comes croissant ­čÖé . I finally made my own butter croissants, well I made them in cooking school but they were non dairy so it doesn’t count. It’s not that it’s hard to make them, it’s just that I always knew that there were a lot of steps to it, so…

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Eggplant Tapenade

There are lots of salads and dips you can make with eggplant and I think most people make babaganush as a dip. I was never a fan of babaganush, it didn’t look nice and tasted a little bland to me. When I usually make it i just remove the mayonnaise in the recipe. I really…

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´╗┐´╗┐Oatmeal chocolate chip cookies

These cookies were introduced by my sister. She found this recipe on a website and told me to try it. These cookies are out of this world delicious. Yes there are many chocolate chip cookies and oatmeal cookies, but these really do taste different. I never tasted cookies like this. There are so many different…

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mini tuna pizzas & smoked salmon sandwiches

This past Sunday was my daughter’s first birthday. I was so excited to decorate everything and to take pictures so I can share all the tips on my blog. Why am I posting pictures of everything ? Because everything is homemade (yes, even the table skirt ??). This blog post is about ideas and tips…

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Sliders and corn-dogs perfect for the Superbowl

Today there are probably thousands of sites with recipes fort the Superbowl, so I decided to stay clear from the sticky, sugary meatball and chicken recipes. I thought it would be fun to have beef sliders with corn-dogs. It was so easy and fun because I had my petits pains already baked and frozen, so…

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Riz cantonais with chicken and broccoli

I was going to post the rice recipe only, but then I figured everyone would want the chicken and broccoli too (lol). I have been going to so many Chinese takeouts here in New York, and no one serves cantonese rice. When I lived in Paris, every Sunday my husband and I would order Chinese…

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Petits pains- Dinner rolls

If you have ever been to any event in paris you will always find dinner rolls filled with charcuterie, smoked salmon, salad, foie gras (yum)…etc it is one of the many things that french people love. Although I made the rolls round, many others make them in a form of a boat ( and are…

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