Tag: st yzans de medoc

2 recipes from my new cookbook

Around two years ago I was walking the streets of Toulouse after a wonderful meal: the local Cassoulet and some heavenly desserts. We had invited my aunt, Francine, who more than anyone inspired me to start cooking and I was in high spirits as I walked the streets of the “pink” city in the beautiful […]

Reservations

IF YOU FIND YOURSELF IN MÉDOC THIS SUMMER … … I would like to give you a little tip. There’s a tiny restaurant or rather a family run “table d’hôtes” opening soon in St Yzans-de-Médoc. But only for a month. And it’s very small … and simple. It won’t be open every night, there will be […]

AN ITALIAN, AN AMERICAN & AN AUSTRIAN WALKED INTO our kitchen …

The Médoc meatball challenge This is when we pick up where we left off. At the end of last post Mr. Carter Inskeep and his associates had just left us and what followed was a quiet week-end, en famille (quiet that is if you overlook the school show on Saturday night that ran “charmingly late” […]

The Granny Lunch

I have been thinking that two of my favorite things, when it comes to cooking, are old-fashioned “grandmother’s cooking” and, of course, seasonal cooking. The former is often categorised (sometimes in a deprecating manner) as “comfort food”, meaning not serious food, something warm, tasty, satisfying but ultimately not exciting, modern or inventive. Then we have […]

AND SUMMER LINGERED ON

The thing that wouldn’t leave As a kid watching TV I used to love the sketch on Saturday Night Live “The thing that wouldn’t leave”, about an awful houseguest that overstayed his welcome. Later, regrettably, I must confess that I’ve come across this being in various shapes and sizes, though not too often or too […]

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