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Honey Mustard Radish Chicken salad

Honey Mustard Radish Chicken salad had been a winner! Radishes... are such a peppery and fresh vegetable. I never used to like radishes, but I had this amazing idea to mix radishes with full grain mustard, oven baked chicken and crispy chickpeas. Their color is just so beautiful.
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Skiing Verbier

Skiing Verbier was certainly one of my top skiing destinations with an added price-tag of course...So to finish off this healthy week I made an asparagus salad with balsamic roasted strawberries and Burrata Mozzarella. Was super yum, vibrant and crunchy, served with charred grilled Fillet steak. I missed meat, in the alps, you will pay roughly 30-45 euros for a 200-300g steak... I'll stick to this salad, though.
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Two Easy French Dishes

Two easy French Dishes has taken up not a whole lot of time in my kitchen this week...You can make them in no time and they taste delicious! Serve Tomato Farcie as the main attraction and then raspberry Clafoutis as the encore dessert.
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Je t'aime

Je t'aime, I love you. There are so many ways to say it, but to show it on Valentine's day can be a bit of a hassle when you have no clue what to do this year. I have you covered!
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Creamy Thai Chicken

Creamy Thai Chicken is absolutely delicious...I added Litchi's and boy oh boy it was soooo good!
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Tangy Chicken Curry

Tangy Chicken Curry is a dish that has been served numerous times in my household. I have made this dish over and over again for my husband and he just seems to love the combination of the tangy apricot sauce, coconut cream, and turmeric!
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Chilli Chickpeas, Rocket, Blue cheese salad

I love love love Chickpeas. They are so full of protein and good carbs and so easy to add to any salad for an extra crunch.
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Bobotie Times Two

Bobotie Times two, which means, made two different ways than the traditional recipes we all have come to love...I like to cook the "favorites" every now and then and add my own twist to it. I guess I would never have made them if I was not living overseas, but you tend to gravitate back to what you know and comforts you. I experimented with a dish called Bobotie. It is not a traditional Christmas dish, but makes a great dinner and Sunday lunch!