Rutabaga Latkes

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It’s official. I have a new vegetable crush, and a really big one for that matters. One as big as the vegetable in question: rutabagas! You know, these massive, round turnip look-alikes? Though my obsession only started last week end,  I already bought rutabagas twice over that single week. I’m not kidding, this (see photo) is a serious matter. Continue reading “Rutabaga Latkes”

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Zucchini “Tagliatelle”, Tomato Dressing and Pangrattato

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I’ve been on a “veggie noodles” kind of roll lately (and loving it!). Every now and then, I find them to be a wonderful alternative to regular pasta. They’re much quicker to make, low on carbs, high on plenty of great vitamins, and overall delicious coupled with a homemade sauce. Continue reading “Zucchini “Tagliatelle”, Tomato Dressing and Pangrattato”

Spicy Soba Noodle Soup

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Hi everyone! I am so excited to announce that I was nominated by Kale Studios for the Versatile Blogger Awards. On her blog you’ll find lifestyle advice, food for thought and yummy recipes. As required by the award, here are 7 facts about myself.

1. I am French, duh…
2. I have a ridiculously good memory when it comes to lyrics (and a terrible one otherwise).
3. I have over 66,100 views on one of my stopmotion videos (http://youtu.be/BCtoxM77jLo).
4. I have a not so secret obsession with Taylor Swift. Guilty.
5. Breakfast is my favorite meal by far.
6. I would pick hot water with lemon and honey over cough syrup anyday! (this is relevant because I have a cold right now…)
7. I hope that one day I will open my own restaurant/cafe.

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Best of 2014 – My Top-14 Recipes of the Year

Happy New Year everyone!

To celebrate the end of my first year as a food blogger, I looked back at the posts I published and picked my own top 14 recipes. Throughout the year, I posted over 90 of them so I hope this selection of some personal favorites makes your job easier when browsing at the recipe index. To be honest, food blogging’s been much more challenging and time consuming than I thought it would be, but oh so satisfying! Scrolling through my recipes, I realize that this initially small project of mine turned into something much bigger than I expected. I am really proud of my work, which I can now call my favorite hobby and I hope that you enjoy it as much as I do. So without further ado… I present Stovetop Story‘s 2014, top-14 recipes (in no particular order)! Here’s to another great year! Continue reading “Best of 2014 – My Top-14 Recipes of the Year”

Wintery Red Split Lentils and Turnip Soup

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Another cold day, another warm soup! I realize that I posted a soup recipe last week already but to be perfectly honest with you, soups constitute about 50% of my diet as soon as the temperature drops. The other half is noodles, and even then I usually find a way to combine the two into noodle soup. Continue reading “Wintery Red Split Lentils and Turnip Soup”