Asparagus, a seasonal dish, but are they all the same? Despite the same variety between French and German asparagus, they have great differences. Their colours, tastes and size
Last Tuesday it was on Shrove Tuesday, the day of french crêpes, waffles and bugnes. But this year I discover the Norwegian traditions for this feast day! To celebrate the Shrove Tuesday, day of the carnival, it is of custom to make fastelavnsboller, ” bread rolls of Shrove Tuesday “. They are small […]
After I spent few days with my family to celebrate Christmas, this is 6 pm when I come back in the kitchen on the 20th of December. The team is now complete, I straight away start. Madame explains to me that we ‘ve gone have 2 full weeks because Christmas and New Year are […]
Saint Nicolas is celebrated on 6 December in Belgium and especially in the wider East of France but also in Germany and the Netherlands. This Patron Saint spuriously looking like Father Christmas (photo for comparison) is the excuse for giving children confectionery in the form of chocolates, nic-nacs (small round cakes topped with […]
Every year, the Young Talents Trophy, organised by the Boiron Frères corporate foundation, offers its three prizewinners a year’s training abroad with one of three gourmet chefs (Bocuse d’Or Winners, …). It is an exceptional opportunity, recognised as such, just one year after it was created.
Last week, we recieved fish tongues, very common in Norway. It can be fried fish and chips way or just panné in flour and fried in butter. A sprinkle of salt, pepper chive and your dish is ready! I tasted it and I find it hard to make the difference between tongue and […]