Today, in addition to preparing the first birthday of my little louie (in 3 days…), I lift up this little glass of lemonade homemade lemon and thyme for other anniversaries, including that of a friend very very expensive, and you know what ?!! And well, I just realize that there is still an anniversary that comes to pass !! August 19, 2011 I posted my 1st article on the blog ! It’s been 5 years I became a blogger culinary, what an adventure… It’s amazing how quickly time passes, but what a job ! At the time, I shared about 350 recipes with you ! It would take one year to test everything by making 1 recipe per day…

Certain(e)s have already been noticed but for the occasion, I changed the template/theme of my blog. Basically, I reviewed a little the organization, the purpose being that the navigation on the blog and that the recipe search to be more simple. I also wanted to be able to put in before ancient recipes according to the seasons. So I chose a special theme cooking blog and have, notably, been able to change my index page and, to improve the visibility of revenue homepage. If you ever see other little things, please don’t hesitate to leave me a comment and if certain(e)s bloggers are interested in this theme compatible with you can find it on themeforest. And for those who would like to embark on the adventure blog for the new school year, I re-write the page where I show you how to create a cooking blog !

In any case, I hope that there will be many more years of recipes to come for this cooking blog, the inspiration I lack, not yet… Go, I leave you with a nice glass of my recipe for lemonade homemade lemon and thyme… 😉

Lemonade home thyme


For 1 litre Save Print Ingredients

  • 1/2 litre of water
  • 4 lemons, organic and untreated
  • 50 g of brown sugar
  • 10 sprig of thyme (here thyme-lemon)
  • 1/2 liter water or soda water



  • In a saucepan, pour ½ litre of water. Add the sugar and the sprigs of thyme, rinsed. Cook for 30 minutes.
  • In a jug, pour in the juice of the lemons and the syrup of thyme. To serve, add about a dozen ice cubes and the rest of the water.


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