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The history of the sponge cake takes us to the mountains, and more specifically, ...to the Alps: this is said to be where the Gâteau de Savoie (Savoy cake) originates from, a type of sponge cake which keeps very well. Practical and simple to make, this cake was very quickly adopted by seamen.
The “bougna” is a remarkable dish, for the richness of its composition, its ...flavours, and for the unique braising method used to cook it: the prepared ingredients are basted with coconut milk and then wrapped in banana leaves which are then placed into an oven buried under the ground and made from hot stones.
The “awara” is actually a type of palm tree that grows bunches of fruit that ...are of a wonderful orange colour and are relatively sweet.
Cider, crème fraiche, seafood…Normandy is very well-known for its culinary ...art and its wonderful regional products. The “à la normande” method of preparation uses some of these typical ingredients to concoct a sauce, which will coat the trout before they are cooked in the oven.
Christian tradition turned Easter Monday into a bank holiday, specially reserved ...for children who, first thing in the morning, go on an Easter egg hunt. It is the opportunity for everyone to enjoy the famous Easter chocolates.
Delicious king cakes have already been filling the shelves for several weeks! ...How Epiphany has become somewhat of a “bakery festival”.
Rocamadour, a small round and flat goat cheese, is a designation of one of ...France's unpasteurised whole milk goat cheeses.
The Camembert of Normandy
The camembert of Normandy is more than a simple cheese: it has become one of the ...symbols of French gastronomy.
All of the different types of bread bear witness to an artisanal heritage, ...passed down through generations: from the dough mixing, the decisive moment when the baker mixes the ingredients, to the humidification of the oven so that the bread bakes without drying out...
Tahitian Raw Fish
Very fresh and flavoursome, this extremely appealing recipe can be prepared in ...just a few minutes: the fish is cut into very small strips and is then left to marinate with lime, onion, garlic, salt and pepper.