Merry Christmas from the Haute Savoie. As Christmas 2020 is probably not going to be quite what we had imagined, maybe you have more time in your kitchen to try out some new recipes! So I thought I’d compile a set of 12 popular recipes, put them together in a post here and publish one a day on my social media on each of the 12 days of Christmas…Read the full post
All you purist Tartiflette eaters, look away now!
I love trying new fusion style recipes with Savoyarde ingredients. The turnip Tartiflette is my latest recipe using Reblochon cheese and swapping around a few ingredients. The humble turnip called a navet in French – it’s le navet so the t is not pronounced. ..
Yes, you guessed it… La Croziflette is related to La Tartiflette – the common ingredient being Reblochon cheese from the Haute Savoie. I’ve mixed things up a bit and used Crozet pasta and Diots sausages both from the Savoie region.Read the full post
May I introduce Le Farcement, the first savoury Savoyarde recipe that I have made WITHOUT CHEESE! Who knew there was a traditional recipe from this region and no cheese was involved!Read the full post
The tartiflette can be found in many guises as chefs in the Rhone-Alps region find ways of making a ‘fusion’Read the full post
Cycling to Samoëns in the French Alps, through the valley I was afforded some beautiful views of the surrounding countryside with mountainsRead the full post
When I set off on a summer hike in the Lac Mines D’or area of Morzine, I did give some thought to where we might find lunch, however, I had no idea that we would stumble upon the family-run Auberge de FreterollesRead the full post