Quiche de endivias y puerros, inspirado en el libro de Julia Child

Endive and leek quiche, inspired by Julia Child's book

Patricia, author of the gastronomic blog Sabores y Momentos, presents us with a recipe that children and adults will like: a very healthy endive and leek quiche. It has been inspired by the recipes of Julia Child, whom as you well know we have in great admiration. So there is only one thing left to say: bon appétit!

Brioche del pobre

poor man's brioche

Many of us make bread at home, or we are used to making different pastry recipes. But few of us have tried to prepare our own brioches. Miriam, gastronomic blogger from El Invitado de Invierno and expert in everything related to bread, proposes us today to prepare it. On this occasion, he has used the ideal ceramic mold for brioche by Emile Henry . Here's how to do it.
Tajine de pollo con limones confitados, hinojo y aceitunas

Chicken tagine with candied lemons, fennel and olives

When you are preparing a family meal, sometimes it is difficult to get away from the usual dishes of these dates. If you want an original proposal, Virginia, author of the gastronomic blog Sweet&Sour , makes us one for that day that will be cheap but very tasty. It is a very special lemon chicken tagine, with candied lemons.
Origen y curiosidades de la tarta Tatin

Origin and curiosities of the Tarte Tatin

Who has not enjoyed a delicious Tarte Tatin ? It is a variant of apple pie, in which the apples have been caramelized before incorporating the dough. The most peculiar thing is that it is a cake that is prepared upside down: the apples are placed underneath and covered with the dough.
Hacer pan en casa, más fácil de lo que parece

Making bread at home, easier than it seems

There's nothing like starting the day by waking up in the morning to the aroma of freshly brewed coffee. How do I make this moment a real dream? Preparing a good breakfast with fresh bread at home. Homemade, crispy bread made in a jiffy!
Cocinar con cerámica Emile Henry

Cooking with ceramics Emile Henry

Burgundy is a beautiful French region famous for the excellent wines that are grown on its limestone soil, rich in minerals. This same land, and the clay it produces, is what Jacques Henry used in the small ceramic workshop he founded in 1850 in Marcigny , in southern Burgundy.