My recent stay in Corsica was great! I got to enjoy some much needed time off under the sun with my friends and family. I caught up on my summer reading by the pool and on my sleep in a hammoc. Oh how good life can be! Being back in Paris quickly brought me back to reality though, a.k.a rain eveyday, and work. So as an attempt to bring back some good summer vibes and reminisce about Corsican days, I decided to make a summery pasta dish.
Fridge Fridays are back, and with this new edition, I chose to turn some leftovers into a super fresh and tasty summer lunch! The other day, I was browsing my instagram feed when I saw a post with the hashtag “bestovers”. I loved it! Why? Because too often, leftovers are disregarded and go to waste. They’re not “glam”, or “pretty”, or “appetizing”, so some people simply forget them. I’d like to change that vision! Leftovers can be delicious, and in some cases, leftovers can be even better than the original thing. In other words, they truly can be “bestovers”!
For a long, long time, I thought I didn’t like guacamole. In fact, I knew I didn’t like it. I had tried a store-bought kind once, and never wanted to try it again afterwards. It’s ironic considering I eat it at least once a week now.
I know it’s been a week since I last posted but I have a good excuse: I don’t have internet! I’m on a little break in Corsica, and I’m taking advantage of the low service on my phone to write a quick update. I won’t have access to my blog until next week, but don’t worry because I have plenty of delicious recipes waiting to be uploaded!
Until then, bon appétit, as always!
Mama mia! It’s been a while since I last posted a pasta recipe, which is funny considering I eat it at least once a week. I figured Fridge Friday would be a good occasion to post one, since I usually turn a lot of leftovers into pasta sauces. So for this second edition, I came up with a twist on a classic bolognese, using leftover beef.