When I first made this homemade Ferrero rocher recipe, it was just for fun. Then I posted some pictures of this treat on social media, and some of you guys asked me if you could find the recipe on my website.
When’s the last time you had a French quiche? Jokes aside, I cook quiches quite often. You can use different fillings based on your preferences, and the French quiche with leeks is my favorite.
My stomach is rumbling! And lunch is still a good 2 hours away. My colleague sitting opposite me looks at me and I can see a hint of a smile on his face. Did he hear my stomach rumbling? What did I have for breakfast this morning? Oh boy, it’s slowly coming back now. It wasn’t exactly what I’d call a healthy breakfast.
You have already been to a restaurant, right? But what if you’re abroad and you end up staring at a menu in a foreign language? It’s sometimes tricky to make your choice if you don’t understand what is what.
Have you watched the animation movie “Ratatouille”? If you did, you’d have heard the catch phrase “Anyone can cook!”, which the French chef kept repeating. I agree with him and believe that you can get better with practice. What has this got to do with our post? Well, today you’d learn how to make ratatouille. What is ratatouille (pronounced rat-uh-TOO-ee), you ask?