I am happy your curiosity brought you here! Wait.. Is it your curiosity or your hungry stomach? So… you are checking the “About” section, you are probably wondering who I am!
Hope you have a few minutes, grab a café and let’s chat…
Where are you from?
I am originally from the sunny South of France, La Provence! However, I live in Toronto, Canada with my wonderful husband, el Cubano and our 2 beautiful kids!
When did you start cooking and baking?
I started baking really young, I could not even turn the gas stove by myself. I would melt the butter by making a really hot water bath in the sink!
Why did you start Bon Appet’Eat?
I first started blogging in French, on another blog, to share my French recipes. When I became a Mom, I decided to create Bon Appet’Eat to have a place to share simple recipes from scratch and always showing off my French recipes with prides.
I was not consistent for years because I thought of it as a hobby. However, to be totally candid here, yes I would love my blog to be more than a side hustle.
What will you find on Bon Appet’Eat?
Baking and cooking inspiration! Advice and tips that would will find useful. Whether you are a busy family or a single person, I really hope my recipes will get you in the kitchen!
So you are a French Mom…
The most common question I receive is how do you get your kids to eat EVERYTHING? I even did a small interview with my son when he was 4. It is the most adorable thing you’ll see and it was NOT scripted.
I love that I inspire my kids too, they are my little behind the scene assistant during my photoshoot and they also enjoy being hand models once in a while!
Online media websites
Red Tricycle – Recipes for kids
Mother Nature Network – 7 variations on the classic s’mores
Bri+Co – 25 Delicious One-bowl meals
Bri+Co – 15 classic Cuban dishes
Hello Natural – 101 Healthy Lunch recipes
I would love to hear from you: Do you have a question? A compliment? A critic? Anything you want to share with me…
Send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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