Every culture seems to have its own “go-to spice blend”. In France it is herbes de provence, in China they have the 5 spice, and in India they use garam masala. If you were wondering what’s in every Persian pantry, now you know: it’s called Advieh! … More What to do with the Persian mix: Advieh?
This delicious treat is an old tradition from Southern Portugal and hides a terrible secret… … More Laranjinhas Doces from Portugal
Where Portugal meets Austria: a scrumptious and unique pie. Make something different for Easter! … More Carrot jam pecan Linzer torte
Pie day is coming and with it an amazing opportunity to make more pies than you can eat. From savory to sweet, from traditional to modern, here are the recipes of 2017! … More Lets get ready for Pie Day!
February 27th is the National Cupcake Day in Canada. I know this is enough to get you excited, but what if in addition to creating happiness, cupcakes could save lives? That is the initiative of this event: Organise a cupcake party for friends, family or coworkers and donate the benefits of the cupcake sale to save abandoned, … More National Cupcake Day or how to make the world a better place (for real)
A nice Canadian recipe, far from the old classics. Discover some novelty! … More Time for a Canadian treat
Sweet, sour, and delicate : Hibiscus syrup is THE flavour of February. No matter if you are celebrating Love – aka Valentine’s Day – or Black History Month, this ingredient is perfect! … More How to use Hibiscus syrup? AKA EPICurious Pantry Bissap Juice
Razel’hanout is a North African curry. Exotic, delicate and flavorful it also has the advantage to not be hot or salty which makes it a very versatile spice blend. Here are 6 ideas on how to use it. … More How do I use Razel’hanout ?
Sometimes, the simplest things are the best ones. Trust me, there is nothing better on a hot day than a fresh and flavorful orange salad. Here is a great traditional Moroccan recipe : For 4 people in a hot and sunny afternoon (or Brunch!) – 4 juicy oranges – 2 tablespoons of honey – 1 … More Refreshing Moroccan orange salad
One of the best parts of travelling to Marrakech in October, besides the perfect weather, is the pomegranates !! Since the pomegranate season starts in October, you can see them all over the place! And it is very easy to buy them on the street. They are sold for about 5 dirhams per kilo if … More How to open a pomegranate in Marrakech ?