I think at times we all miss foods from our homes and childhood. I know I do, and certain foods evoke great memories. Although I’ve happily chosen France as my home and take huge pleasure in all of the glorious french foods, restaurants and local produce; I still need mint sauce with my lamb, marmite on my toast (or should I say tartine) and I love a shortbread with my English Tea! Well now you can enjoy all those treats you may have been missingRead the full post
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Galette des Rois, this is a must try cake if you happen to be in France for Epiphany on 6th January. You’ll find it in all Boulangeries and here’s a recipe if you’d like to make one yourself.
Well here we are at the beginning of another year in the wonderful Haute Savoie region and it is aRead the full post
The Biscuit de Savoie, is really a cake, a very very light sponge cake, normally made in an attractive KugelhopfRead the full post
The Brioche de Saint Genix, originated in a small Savoyard village called Saint-Genix-sur-Guiers, about 30 kms from Chambery in theRead the full post
This Savoyard liqueur is made from the Génépi aromatic plants from the genus Artemesia (commonly called Wormwood) that grow inRead the full post
Le Cafe Gourmand – well this really has to be one of the best additions to a French dessert menu,Read the full post
Whilst this isn’t strictly a Savoyard dish, The Tarte Tatin is definitely French and popular throughout France. There are manyRead the full post