French onion soup

Today I have something different for you, it's a new feature of our blog: a recipe!

This is a really simple recipe for a great tasting soup. I’ve made French onion soup before using English recipes and they always seem to complicate things. After doing some research on French websites I was able to see how it should be made. This isn’t meant to be a complicated dish, its meant to be soup that tastes great, can be made by anyone and is inexpensive. My recipe for soup can be enjoyed as a lunch, light dinner or starter. Let us know what you think!
Difficulty: 1/5 Taste for the amount of effort: 5/5 Prep time: 5 to 10 minutes Cooking time: 40 mins Serves two
Ingredients Oil 6 medium onions 3 cloves of garlic ½ litre of beef stock Mixed herbs Salt and pepper Bread (baguette ideally) Cheese (Gruyere ideally)

Pots and pans Oven grill Deep saucepan Wooden spoon Chopping knife Two soup bowls
Method 1) Heat some oil in the pan 2) Chop the onions to your preferred texture (I diced mine 1cm wid…


Dla odmiany, dzis pokaze Wam zimne i szare, ale wciaz piekne Pembrokshire na Walii. Zdjecia glownie przedstawiaja zatoke St Brides, oraz pobliskie miasto Pembroke i zamek ktory sie w nim znajduje.

For a change, today I will show you cold and grey but still very beautiful Pembrokeshire in Wales. Most of the photos are presenting St Brides Bay, but there are also few pictures of Pembroke and its castle.

St Brides Castle and St Brides Bay

Pembroke and Pembroke Castle


  1. The castle looks so beautiful amidst the other colorful buildings and houses. Thanks for sharing! The locale looks so nice and peaceful.

    ~Andrea Tiffany~

  2. Wow!
    Amazing pictures.
    Kisses from Spain

  3. Zimno mi kiedy patrzę na te widoki, ale oddają tak niesamowitą atmosferę i tamtejszy klimat. Serio, z chęcią bym pozwiedzała :)


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