Homemade Brioche

Happy Saturday Everyone, So it’s been a week since we started fasting the Holly Ramadan in Morocco. I have been experiencing so many new recipes everyday… I am trying to follow a healthy life style by avoiding Deep-fried foods.  They are unhealthy because they tend to be very high in fat and calories wich increases risk for…

#Louz Review

Hey foodies, If you are following me on instagram, then I am pretty sure that you’ve seen last weekend’s story. I have been lucky enough to receive a box from #Louz. As I explained, #Louz is a pop up store which would be available during Ramadan. The story of Louz is quite impressing, it rises from…

Fruit tartlet featuring”Jben”

Hey food lovers, I’ve been away lately; some might have thought that I quitted the blogging once for all. But, I’m just dealing with so many issues that I don’t have time for my favorite pastime: Cooking & blogging. So, the time that I took made me evaluate my work and I realized that I…

A story of bread & love

   Friday, 17 Mars 2017 Growing up in a modest family, I surely knew how to apreciate little things… Back then, joy was spreading butter on a piece of bread and drinking mint tea; the only elements that can compete all kind of chocolate and win the battle…Every bite represented an elaborate ritual that engages the five senses, a…

Baked Harsha

This weekend has been a busy one, I’ve made tons of recipes… took so many shots and ate a lot! Luckily, It doesn’t bother me and I’m certain that it won’t bother you either; since you’ll be reading a new article! Harcha or Harshais a moroccan flatbread made of semolina that is usually pan-fried. Harsha is everyone’s…

Cabbage rolls

Hey foodies, Cooking is art, it’s a way of life! I’m so proud to say that cooking changed my life and starting this blog has added spices into my boring life. I’ve learned to make “spectacular” and unique dishes from scratch, I mean I’ve never though that a single egg could make miracles… Spending 4 years…

Green peas soup

Good evening foodies, After having a tough week, the only thing to comfort me was heading to my favorite corner in the house; I’ve spent the whole weekend making recipes for the blog… I truely enjoyed the time spent in the kitchen especially after seing the results.  I’m trying to step up the game without…

Spinach & Goat cheese Ravioli

Hey Foodies, I felt like I just disappeared off the face of the earth, I’ve trying to balance working and blogging but it’s hard; My first 15 days at the internship have been intense, waking up each day at 6 am and having to make lunch and catch the train at 7:20 is pretty tiring… If…

Potato Soup

I guess that you figured it by now; I am a HUGE fan of soups… Can you believe it? I’m starting to think about changing the name of the blog into “the soup 0f life” and the logo would be a bowl of steaming hot soup!! Buuut they say don’t rush decisions if you’re angry…

Moroccan Bissara

Bissara is a Moroccan popular dish prepared from dried and peeled fava-beans or split peas ( for a greener color). This dish  is traditionally served for breakfast, lunch and even dinner…It’s light,creamy and somehow refreshing. Go back to the roots and nourish your soul with this special Moroccan soup or dip, whether you call it bissara or payssar(…

Beetroot soup

What I love the most about beetroot is its color; THE super power that can incredibly transform everything it touches into a work of art! The pink mutation is the perfect illustration of “la vie en rose”, Edith Piaf must have been singing about beetroot all the time!! This purplish-red root somehow manages to make everything…

Pumpkin soup

Each one of us used to hate veggies but there was always that certain veggie that we hated the most. As for me I had pumpkin-phobia, I’ve never EVER hated pumpkin more than I did few years ago when… … My family and I were invited for Ftour during Ramadan and so we were supposed…