Vegetable jardinière : a guest post!

I always thought it was impossible to be in two places at the same time… and today, the blogging world proves me wrong!

I am thrilled to have the baked apple & goat cheese millefeuilles I blogged about recently featured among 13 holiday favorites at The Empowered Momma. You should definitely go check out this list before you lock your holiday menu!

And… I am also very honored to be guest-posting on Karen Le Billon’s blog, about ways to rethink your approach to kids’ meals French-style, with two delicious recipes based on a four course meal served in French schools. So follow me to learn more!

Tomato mozzarella, vegetable jardinière and chicken fillets sauce chasseur, recipes here


I guess this week is off to a good start. Hope yours is too!




8 thoughts on “Vegetable jardinière : a guest post!

  1. So happy to have found your blog! I was absolutely converted by Karen's book, and I've been making changes, but there are challenges. I've mostly had a hard time putting it all together…not just planning dinner menus for the week but making sure I have sufficient lunch food as well as good healthy items for an afternoon snack. I think it's just a matter of learning to sufficiently plan and prepare.

    1. Hi Jodi, absolutely, I think once the organization part comes into place, it gets a lot easier. And to get through that part, it's a matter of remembering how worthwhile it is for everyone involved. Thanks for your visit!

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