Where seasonal meets delicious ♡  


Food lover, food blogger, loves to cook for friends and family and specially for Mr Petite Cheffe!

If you’re into cooking and might think it’s too tough and messy, this blog is for you! Enjoy the easy, healthy seasonal recipes! Coming your way 3 times a week! A large choice of vegetarian recipes, dinner and lunch ideas, desserts and How-to recipes, all video illustrated! So enjoy cooking and bon appétit!



Mango Popsicles

Bringing you this refreshing, healthy, almost guilt free Popsicle recipe!! With the temperatures rising fairly too high for the season, I think this will be my favorite treat for the next week or so! Simple and quick to make, but patience is required as the popsicles need time to freeze, usually overnight. There are many […]Read More

Tian Provençal

Happy Monday! Bringing you yet another seasonal, vegetarian delicious recipe! And today, allow me to stress on the importance of consuming local, seasonal vegetables. By eating local produce in season, we enjoy food that nurtures both us and our environment. As the summer days linger on, we still get to enjoy the sun gorged vegetables […]Read More

Gratin Dauphinois

Gratin Dauphinois is one iconic French recipe. It is made with thinly sliced raw potatoes, milk, cream and sometimes Gruyère cheese cooked in a buttered dish rubbed with garlic. Very recently, Petite Cheffe’s brother put her up to the challenge to make this creamy, buttery dish, saying, and I quote « I bet you won’t […]Read More

Shortcrust Pastry

  Shortcrust pastry is the simplest and most common pastry. It is made with flour, fat, butter, salt, eggs and water to bind the dough. This is used mainly in tarts. It is also the pastry that is used most often in making a quiche. Had I known how easy it was to make my own Shortbread Pastry […]Read More

Homemade Labaneh

My love for Labaneh cannot be described in a few words. Labaneh for me is home, it’s the late night snack in a dimly lit kitchen, and it’s the first thing on the breakfast table whenever I am back home in Amman. Of course, Labaneh tastes different back home, because food is also about the […]Read More

Linguine con Pomodorini

It is often the case that one’s love for cooking comes from their environment. Growing up in a home with a mom who, amongst many other things, could have had a great career in cooking, I realize that my love for the kitchen I inherited from her. And today happens to be her Birthday! So, […]Read More


If you’ve ever been to France you know exactly what this tiny, bite size sponge like cake, delicacy tastes like! Tons of different recipes exist out there but I specifically picked out a simple one, with the least amount of sugar 🙂 I do have a recommendation though, once you’ve had them baked store them […]Read More

Tomato Tart

Tomatoes are easy to grow and are becoming a more and more popular crop. A couple of tomato plants will produce hundreds of fruit and keep you in fresh tomatoes from mid Summer right through to early Autumn. Since now is the time to start sowing your tomato seeds I have a couple of juicy […]Read More

Moules Marinière

It’s the weekend!! And yesterday, you all voted for a Fishy recipe! So here it is! Mussels are so delicious and also super easy and quick to make. Make sure you buy them from your fishmonger. A very important thing to know when making mussels, the ones that do not completely close up when you […]Read More

Lemon Squares

Lemons squares are such crowd pleasers! And the good news is, they are oh so easy to make! My only issue with this recipe is the amount of sugar that goes into it. I never hesitate to use less sugar, and I invite you to do the same! How-to Wednesdays taste so much sweeter when […]Read More