A graduate of the UQAM in Communication (digital media) and a connoisseur of culture in all its forms, Jeanne has been the social media community manager for SOSCuisine since 2016. She also collaborates on the creation of content for the blog. SOSCuisine helps her to shop and eat better every day.
Recent posts from Jeanne
Before trying SOSCuisine’s recipes, I did not like mushrooms. And now, believe it or not, I’m crazy about them! It’s important to know how to prepare them in order to bring out all their flavor. We have selected for you 10 mushroom recipes that showcase their particular taste and texture.
Matching up wines and foods is important to create a beautiful harmony in a meal. While there are many books, magazines and websites with detailed guidelines on how to pair food and wine, there are some simple basic rules that you can learn and apply in no time. I will show you how to pair […]
Food traceability is a simple and effective way of knowing where the food comes from and the animal rearing conditions of the product, to help facilitate buying locally. In Europe, eggs have a very precise traceability which makes it possible to make the right choices. This was very noticeable during SOSCuisine’s latest trip to Italy.
Grilling is often associated with meat. Still, it’s possible to get off the beaten track with some delicious vegetarian recipes. If you were thinking of selling your barbecue after becoming a vegetarian, wait a bit… Check out these 10 recipes and I guarantee you will get another propane tank!
If I tell you “chocolate, waffle, fries and beer”, which country’s cuisine do you think of? Belgium, of course! Belgian cuisine is influenced by that of its neighboring countries: Germany, France and the Netherlands. It is often said that its dishes are as generous as the German ones and as sophisticated as the French ones. […]
French gastronomy means more than just a great meal. It is a social and cultural practice that celebrates the important moments of life. In 2010, it was officially inscribed on the list of the intangible cultural heritage of humanity.
I am sure you have heard about the “fake meat” burgers marketed by Beyond Meat and Lightlife (Canada) that are increasingly trendy among the veggie crowd, but also omnivores who look for an alternative to regular meat burgers. While being strictly plant-based, they taste, look, and cook like meat. But are they really good for […]
Integrating healthy foods into our daily diet can be challenging. It is particularly difficult for children, but it is also difficult for adults! Legumes, vegetables and tofu can be intimidating if we are not used to them. One solution is to “hide” them in familiar recipes. It’s such a pleasure to make others taste the […]
Grilled chicken is one of the many pleasures of summer cooking. Chicken is a versatile food, which absorbs the flavor of a marinade and becomes even better when grilled. Among our several BBQ chicken recipes, we have selected the 10 best ones for you. Happy grilling!
The Canadian Men’s Health Week takes place every year the week before Father’s Day. It has been celebrated in Canada since 2014 and is inspired by other weeks of the same kind that were already taking place around the world, particularly in the United States and Australia. It emphasizes the importance of the health and […]
The asparagus season is short, so you have to hurry to enjoy it. To choose them, select larger stalks, as they are more tender than the thin ones, owing to the fact that they have proportionally less ‘woody’ fibers. Asparagus are low in calories and are composed of 90% water. In addition, they are rich […]