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Cambodge 2004Cambodia 2004

I had the chance in 2004 to do a 3 months internship in Cambodia. This gave me the opportunity to discover some of the kindest persons on earth.

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petits biscuits à la pralinoise

Recipe Ingredients 75g butter 1 egg 85g brown sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 150g self-raising flour 1 teaspoon salt 110g pralinoise (as shown on the right) How to proceed Preheat the oven (180°C). Mix the butter (at room temperature) with sugar and eggs. Add flour, salt and pralinoise. Using a spoon, drop tiny portions of
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raton-laveur à Montréal

The Mount Royal in Montreal is famous, amognst other things, fot its numerous racoons than you can approach and feed (even if you are not supposed to… 🙁 ). Very cute, isn’t it? CANON EOS 450 D Sigma Lens 18-200 mm F3,5-6,3 iso 400 f 5.6 1/100 s No flash

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Montréal in the evening

I took this Montreal Downtown Photo a few months after having received my first DSLR, still learning. I cheated a bit by using a Photoshop filter ;-). But I am still very happy with the final result ! I am looking forward to going back to visit my Mother-in-law who lives there, and take this shot
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rosée du matin dans les vignes

This article is the last of a series of three where I try to analyze the challenge that climate changes represents for the wine industry and the consequences for the wine consumer: How much does the wine industry contribute to climate change? How to reduce these impacts (reduction)? TODAY: What will be the medium and
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Photo de la taille de la vigne

This article is the second of a series of three where I try to analyze the challenge that climate changes represents for the wine industry and the consequences for the wine consumer: How much does the wine industry contribute to climate change? TODAY: How to reduce these impacts (reduction)? What will be the medium and
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photo d'un thermomètre montrant les températures à Châteauneuf du Pape

This article is the fisrt of a series of three where I try to analyze the challenge that climate changes represents for the wine industry and the consequences for the wine consumer: TODAY: How much does the wine industry contribute to climate change? How to reduce these impacts (reduction)? What will be the medium and
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Henri Milan Coteaux d'Aix en Provence

With his singing accent from the South of France (the most beautiful accent in the world, isn’t it? 😉 ) and his joie de vivre, Henri Milan is a man that immediatly makes you feel good. Funnily enough, it is exactly the same for his wines… They transport you in the Provence garrigues with the
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photo des poivrons farcis à la brandade de Nimes

Recipe About “Brandade de Nîmes”: This typical fish dish from the city of Nîmes, in the Languedoc Roussillon, is made of a refined salt cod puree. It is also known as “Cod Brandade”. The name comes from the Provençal word “brandado” meaning “things stirred”. Indeed, the Brandade’s success is mainly based on a very prolonged
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