La Boite à Lunch de Ju

November 1, 2010

French Cuisine | Cuisiner à la française

Filed under: Food and drink — Boite a Lunch @ 21:21
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I was driving home, listening to one of my favorite radio, NPR, and guess what I hear: someone talking about French cooking! You bet that I was listening. The show was about Hachis Parmentier. We’re big fan of Hachis Parmentier. It is one of our winter favorite dinner, easy, fast and tasty. The recipe sounded very tasty, I will have to try it soon. And I like the part about French and shortcuts! For me, everyday mom and occasional cook, my French cuisine is often about leftovers. I plan the meals so that I have leftovers for the next day or the one after. I mean, that way, I only have to cook once for two dinners, right? I will try some new addition (salad, dessert..) to that second dinner, to make it look a bit different but the main work is done only once. And I use the leftover for lunch boxes too, easier for me in the morning! Remember, I like those extra five minutes of sleep!

Aujourd’hui, en rentrant, j’écoutais ma radio sur NPR et voilà que j’entends une émission sur la cuisine française et plus précisément le hachis Parmentier. La recette avait l’air particulièrement bon, je vais certainement l’essayer bientôt ! Chez nous le hachis Parmentier est un grand classique, surtout l’hiver. C’est facile, rapide et bon. Le repas idéal pour maman et cuisinière pressée. Et puis comme il est si bien dit dans l’émission, j’adore cuisiner les restes. Je planifie d’ailleurs souvent les menus pour avoir des restes. Deux repas en un! Je change quelques ingrédients du menu, mais le plus gros du travail n’est fait qu’une fois. Je me mets de plus en plus à faire cela pour les boites à lunch aussi, c’est plus facile. Et je gagne cinq minutes de sommeil en plus, inestimable!

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