Who Am I? Eva HAMORI

I am a mother, a wife, a daughter, a sister, an auntie, a friend, a traveller, a writer, a teacher, a singer, a volunteer, a gardener, and also at least once a day, a cook. Whenever we travel to a new country and try new foods, unique flavours, spices and herbs, I come home and recreate … Continue reading Who Am I? Eva HAMORI

Hungarian Beef Stew with Smoked Paprika Instead

As many of you might have guessed, I am Hungarian descent and married to a Hungarian man. We have a home in downtown Budapest and we love connecting with our heritage through the flavours of home. Hungarian paprika which we put in everything, Hungarian vegeta which is a soup base that reminds me of my … Continue reading Hungarian Beef Stew with Smoked Paprika Instead

Creamy Chicken Korma Curry with Lime and Red Peppers

Traditional Korma Chicken Curry with a Twist of Lime   I am not going to lie. I have been cooking Indian for only about a minute. Before France, I never really had the opportunity to fall in love with Indian cuisine.  Here in France, with our huge English population, my love has grown, and my interested in … Continue reading Creamy Chicken Korma Curry with Lime and Red Peppers

HOW TO MAKE: Vegetarian French Lentils

A delicious filling vegetarian meal, served with bread and cheese   INGREDIENTS: 3 large diced onions 2 crushed garlic cloves 5 large finely sliced carrots 2 diced celery sticks 1 sliced leak, the white part 1-2 chopped turnips 1 kilo dried, rinsed and cleaned lentils 2 liters vegetable stock or 3 vegetable stock cubes added … Continue reading HOW TO MAKE: Vegetarian French Lentils

HOW TO MAKE: Beef Bourguignon Julia Child’s Recipe

Do the French actually cook like Julia Child's? This is my second attempt at making Beef Burgundy or Boeuf Bourguignon, the classic French dish made famous again by the 2009 movie Julie & Julia, bringing Julia Child’s cookbook back to the best selling list 50 years later. In my circle of friends and family, some have on … Continue reading HOW TO MAKE: Beef Bourguignon Julia Child’s Recipe

HOW TO MAKE: Beef Bourguignon – My Way

Beef Bourguignon, a traditional French dish. In the south, not as many people make this dish, to my surprise. I always think, that the French are like Hungarians, everyone knows how to make X,Y & Z. But in the south, it is usually far too hot to make oven dishes, except in the winter, but … Continue reading HOW TO MAKE: Beef Bourguignon – My Way