Because the chlorophylle green in the kitchen garden is irresistible, because confinement means we take time for cooking, because a healthy diet is the best prevention against cover and everything else, but also because healthy doesn’t have to mean boring, here are some pictures of soil to table @ la Baye des Anges. I am still in my Chinese cooking phase, as I keep exploring Margot Zhang’s blog: les recettes d’une chinoise.

Enjoy!

Spring rolls

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Jiaozis

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Baos

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Cong you bing

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I am still very much smitten my latest cooking bible. Although the recipes are not that local, the ingredient come straight from the potager…. and into our stomach even faster!!

Link to Les recettes d’une chinoise here (many recipes are in English too!)