Smoothie with Blackberries

An excellent smoothie, very simple to prepare and very healthy. It can be prepared as a refreshing drink, or as a dessert. As you prefer your smoothie !


My smoothie recipe serves 4 people, and you need only 10 minutes to prepare it.

  • 1 1/2 cup (300 g) blueberries
  • 1 small piece of grated fresh ginger (size of a walnut)
  • 1 can coconut milk
  • 3 to 4 Tbsp (50 g) granulated brown sugar (optional)

To begin, just put in a blender the coconut milk and sugar. Then, add the grated ginger and blueberries and mix everything at maximum power.

Gently pour your mixture into glasses and decorate according to your taste with a little fresh ginger, a few flaked almonds and a mint leaf if you have. And then, just enjoy !

Strawberry Smoothie

This little sweet red candy not only delights us but helps maintain a good cholesterol level. So go ahead and indulge this fruit and treat your children with this Strawberry Smoothie…

Strawberry Smoothie

Here is what you need to make this Strawberry smoothie that serves 4

  • 250 g Strawberries
  • 150 g Raspberries
  • 8 ice cubes
  • 60 g icing sugar ( optionnel)

Here are now the few steps you need to follow to make this Strawberry Smoothie

Wash and hull the strawberries. Briefly rinse the raspberries under the tap. Place these ingredients in the blender. Add the ice cubes and the sugar if liked.

Select the setting smoothie of your blender and liquidise for 30 to 40 seconds and serve chilled.

Rosé in Spring… Un Rosé au Printemps

A Rosé during spring… Why not, because Rosé has a life beyond summer! Powerful and best with age, these wines endow some dishes with a fresh asset…Try a Glazed Salmon, with a Côte de Provence. It is a wine that is both structured and powerful. The tastes of the salmon will dwell beautifully in your mouth while you savour the wine.

Then try a Tavel, from the banks of the Rhone, to give a boost to white meat like this Turkey Fillet Steak with Candied Onions. Balzac once said that this Rosé is one of the few Rosés that can be advantageously left to age. That is, the quiet strength of this glowing and spicy wine. So…

Bon Appétit at !

Un rosé au printemps… Pourquoi pas, car les rosés ont une vie en dehors de l’été! Puissants et aptes au vieillissement, ces vins dotent certains plats de l’atout fraîcheur…Essayez donc avec un dos de Saumon Laqué, un Côtes de Provence qui est un vin à la fois structuré et puissant. Le gras du saumon allonge en bouche ce vin de belle tenue.

Pour donner un coup de fouet aux viandes blanches comme ici avec ces Tournedos de Dinde aux Oignons Confits vous pouvez essayer un Tavel, issu des bords du Rhône. Balzac disait que c’est un des rares rosés que l’on puisse avantageusement laisser vieillir. C’est dire la force tranquille de ce vin rougeoyant et épicé. Alors…

Bon Appétit sur !