October is a great time to go apple picking. Here are a few things to know about apples.
Walk in any authentic French bakery and you will find the chausson aux pommes right next to the croissants. With this easy recipe, you can enjoy this little piece of France in your home or your lunch box.
Give your home a nice Fall touch with this easy apple candle.
Grapes are an excellent source of energy for kids because they are rich in natural sugars (glucose and fructose). They are also full of water, carrying, vitamins C and B, as well as plenty of minerals.
This mask was inspired by Lush’s Cosmetic Warrior face mask, which uses grapes for their ability to moisturize and thoroughly cleanse skin. The glycerin and honey help prevent dry skin and give it a nice glow.
Grapes are a September favorite! And it does not get easier than dipping your green grapes into white chocolate for a yummy snack to carry around. You can make this snack in a matter of minutes. Make the night before school and let it rest overnight. Just add it to your lunch box in the morning for a nice little treat.
Peaches are a natural moisturizer. To prepare this very easy scrub, use your ripe or bruised peaches and combine brown sugar to smooth out the skin for beach ready legs.
The cinnamon sugar sprinkle enhances the soft peach flavor for a satisfying summer treat.
Peaches are a good source of fiber, vitamins A, C and E and antioxidants. Like prunes, peaches can help with constipation. The beta-carotene contained in peaches is great for eye-sight, nourishing and protecting the retinas..
This homemade cantaloupe jam pairs great crepes. For a twist on traditional crepes, make several crepes at once and mount them into a cake with layers of the nutritious cantaloupe jam.
Keep your dry locks deeply noursished with this rich cantaloupe and avocado conditioner.
Cantaloupes are 90% water so they are a perfect sweet but refreshing snack to serve to your kids. With just one cup of cantaloupe, your children will get all of their daily needs of Vitamins A and C.
This strawberry lip balm tastes as sweet as it smells. Try this easy DIY project this Summer to moisturize your lips.
This strawbery roll-up cake will add a sweet whimsical touch to the lunch box.
All about strawberries: why they are great for kids, when and where to find them, how to choose the best ones and serving tips.
The asparagus season is short so enjoy it now with this simple creamy asparagus quiche recipe with a touch of ricotta.
Use this green clay mask for a detoxifying facial or for on your feet for more sensitive skins. Green clay is ideal to remove impurities and the asparagus helps remove dry skin. The mint gives a nice, fresh and clean smell. Your skin will feel tighter and lighter.
Asparagus is rich in vitamins K, C,B, and A, and a great source of folic acid. Eating asparagus is great for vision and good for strengthening blood vessels.
Learn how to make ravioles in our new post for the Tea Collection blog.
This mango oats facial mask will leave your skin feeling moisturized and energized.
These fun little treats combine the crunchy texture of baked phyllo dough with the sweet smooth mango. A great heatly dessert to pack in the lunch box or serve to guests after dinner.
April is all about mangoes! Mangoes are full of vitamins A and C, to boost the immune system and improve vision. They are also rich in fiber, to assist with digestion.
Massage your feet with this coconut and grapefruit scrub to remove dead skin and hydrate your feet.
March is a special month for me and I am celebrating it by making a spin-off of my mom’s delicious lemon pie recipe, which has won her attention from top French pastry chefs. Enjoy the sweetness of the meringue, balanced by the slightly tart flavors of the grapefruit.
Grapefruits have far more potential than just making them into juice. To launch our In Season series, we are featuring this understated citrus fruit with a spin-off of my mom’s delicious lemon pie recipe (which has won her attention from top French pastry chefs) and a nice grapefruit salt scrub for a relaxing pedicure moment.
Nutritionally French... A peak inside the French diet and culinary habits.
Get inspired by the season! Teaching kids about fruits and vegetables is one of the most important part of helping them build a healthy diet. Every month, we will feature a fruit or vegetable of the month and share kid-friendly recipes and DIY body an home products to get the most of what the season has to offer.