Carrot cake muffins
Carrot cake muffins: tasty treats low in sugar and fat When I was studying patisserie in Paris at Le Cordon Bleu, we made fancy French cakes, breads, pastries and desserts every week. It was a very enriching learning experience for me, and literally enriching for my palette as well. Never have I used so much ….
Recipe: boeuf bourguignon and baguette quenelles
A hearthy classic with a twist Jump to recipe In the last few weeks, Mazamet has suffered a terrible spell of cold, wet weather. Fall was definitely upon us. In our attempt to fight the chilly evenings, we started serving nice veloutés that our guests really enjoyed. Our summer mains were next on the chopping ….
Mixology – The Sour Cocktails & The Whisky Sour
Jump to recipe This September, the cocktail of the month at La Villa de Mazamet is the whisky sour. In this article, we’re going to explore the sour family of cocktails and find out how they came to be. Then, we’ll go over the recipe and method for our cocktail of the month: the whisky ….
Chocolate Soufflé & Orange Sauce
The lightest, airiest soufflé you’ll ever have Jump to recipe These bittersweet dark chocolate, egg-whites-only soufflés never fails to delight our guests whenever we serve them at La Villa. The “wow” factor when a well-risen soufflé is presented at their table, combined with the theatrics of pouring a light, refreshing sauce into the soufflé make ….
Lemon, Raspberry and Pistachio Tart
For mother’s day this year (May 12th in various countries), my family organized a Zoom session and I wanted to bake my mother a tart that I could present to her for the occasion. I had a vision of creating a vibrant treat to all senses. Something colourful, with varying textures and flavours, so I ….
Hot Cross Buns
Give yourself a little treat this Easter! One of the fondest memories of my teenage years is when my dad took me to Europe for the first time after I graduated from high school. We were visiting my uncle Eddie in the UK for a week, and one morning, I woke up to the lovely ….
Janice’s Lemon & Raspberry Madeleines
My little golden treats – perfect to make-at-home I love baking these little golden treats – whether it’s for hosting family and friends on weekends, or for a charity bake sale, or just because (and mostly, Geoffrey is a big fan of madeleines). I have made them in rose, chocolate, matcha, lavender & earl grey ….
These individual beef encroûtés are a dinner party show stopper! Ingredients (for 6) 1 kilo of trimmed filet of beef 2 tablespoons of Dijon mustard 2 egg yolks Ready made puff pastry 1 kilo of firm white mushrooms 1 large onion, finely diced Knob of butter Sea salt & freshly ground black pepper Start by making ….
Perfect for festive buffets at home over the Christmas period, this French classic is great served hot or cold Ingredients 250 grams of aged Comté or strong cheddar 100 ml of milk 200 ml double cream Fresh ground black pepper & sea salt 1 teaspoon of fresh or dried thyme 200 grams of lardons/pancetta 5 ….
Tomato & Gin Soup
Believe us, this combo of flavours works perfectly for this tasty soup that we recently served at our first ever Gintastic weekend Ingredients (serves 6) 1 kg of ripe tomatoes, halved 2 tablespoons of freshly chopped thyme 2 tablespoons of freshly chopped sage 1 tablespoon of freshly chopped (or dried) oregano 1 large onion, roughly ….