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The Healthiest Salmon Poké Bowl
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The Healthiest Salmon Poké Bowl

I am going to share my version of The Healthiest Salmon Poké Bowl below and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. I recently discovered the deliciousness that is the Salmon Poké Bowl. My first experience was at Ona Poké in Zurich and I was like right, I need to try this at home....

Vegan Christmas Recipes
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Vegan Christmas Recipes

Recently, I was invited to the Ecole Hôtelière of Lausanne (EHL) to learn about various vegan recipes I could make this Christmas. I know what some of you may be thinking… Christmas is traditionally not about plant-based recipes. Most people know that I do not shy away from vegan recipes but I agree with you...

The Golden Cook Semi-Final Recipe
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The Golden Cook Semi-Final Recipe

This past October, I was able to attend the Cuisinier D’Or or the Golden Cook Semi-Final in the Glatt in Wallisellen. The bustling centre really added to the energy of the day and the results from the chefs were simply OUTSTANDING. 12 talented chefs competed for a place in the final of the Golden Cook...

Spiced Butternut Squash & Coconut Milk Soup
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Spiced Butternut Squash & Coconut Milk Soup

I never actually posted the recipe I had featured in Bad Hunter Restaurant in Lausanne. I have been asked a million times how to recreate it at home and so finally, the time has come for me to share my delicious spiced butternut squash and coconut milk soup. Enjoy!  Ingredients: 1 white onion diced 1 butternut squash (medium...

Butternut Squash Fries
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Butternut Squash Fries

I ended up making these one evening when I mistakenly thought I still had sweet potatoes lying around. I don’t know about but I may prefer the taste of these butternut squash fries over the sweet potato ones. Let me know your thoughts!  Ingredients: 1 butternut squash 1 tbsp olive oil Salt & peppers Aromatic...

Oliviers & Co – Gazpacho
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Oliviers & Co – Gazpacho

Oliviers & Co, Lausanne: Oliviers & Co was founded in 1996 in Provence, France. The idea behind this concept is to highlight the fact that olive oils can be worthy of being recognised as Grand Cru and this is how it all started. Ever since, the brand has developed worldwide all while maintaining the quality...

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