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…


Dwa dni temu odkrylam miasto rowerow. Nigdzie indziej nie znajdziecie tyle rowerow co w Cambridge! Jest to piekne miasto studenckie, przez ktore przeplywa rzeka Cam. Podczas wiosny i lata przypomina ono troche Wenecje, szczegolnie z przeplywajacymi lodkami.

Two days ago I have discovered a city of bikes. You won't find anywhere else as many bikes as you would in Cambridge! It's a beautiful university city situated on the River Cam. During Spring/Summer time it looks a little bit like Venice because of all the punts. 

River Cam 

St Catharine's College 

King's College Chapel

University of Cambridge (at the back of King's College Chapel)


  1. Amazing photos dear!
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  2. Oh wow! Looks so beautiful! I love the gothic architecture. It's so magnificent and really creates this allure. Thanks for sharing!

    ~Andrea Tiffany~


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