No longer confuse peach, nectarine and nectarine

No longer confuse peach, nectarine and nectarine

A fiery color, a very round shape and a juicy and sweet flesh. Without a doubt, this description could stick to peach, nectarine, and nectarine. But there are indeed differences between the three fruits. Overview so as not to be mistaken. Summer is here, and on the stalls of our favorite merchants, peaches, nectarines and … Read more

Fatouche, tabbouleh, katayef… Lebanese cuisine, the star of the summer

Fatouche, tabbouleh, katayef... Lebanese cuisine, the star of the summer

Friendly, giving pride of place to plants, Lebanese cuisine is the star of the moment. Five good reasons to put it on the menu. A shared kitchen This summer, it’s mezze! This multitude of small plates typical of Lebanese cuisine is, in fact, an excellent way to receive without having to set the table in … Read more

Sunny recipes for a kitchen full of color this summer

Sunny recipes for a kitchen full of color this summer

The days are getting longer, the temperatures are rising, and on the stalls, vegetables from the sun and juicy fruits have made a comeback. The opportunity to rediscover recipes and fill up on inspiration, from the dinner aperitif to the barbecue, through seasonal pies. It’s summer, and with the heat, our only desires that invite … Read more

Three express ideas from chef Manon Fleury for cooking zucchini flowers

Three express ideas from chef Manon Fleury for cooking zucchini flowers

At Perchoir Ménilmontant, chef Manon Fleury gives pride of place to plants. Thomas Smith In residence at Perchoir Ménilmontant in Paris, chef Manon Fleury has designed her menu around plants. The star of the moment: the zucchini flower whose delicacy and ephemeral appearance she loves. At Perchoir Ménilmontant, chef Manon Fleury takes to the skies! … Read more

6 Cyril Lignac recipes that are good during the rainy weekend

6 Cyril Lignac recipes that are good during the rainy weekend

Wouldn’t the summer of 2021 really care about us? Officially started on June 21, it has decided to disappear and make way for the fall. Rains, thunderstorms, cool temperatures, we are clearly in the season of plaids, steaming teas and evenings with big socks rather than evenings on terraces or in parks. Should we let … Read more

When cooking leads to God

When cooking leads to God

► “Cooking is something to look at, think about and eat” Thierry Marx, two-Michelin-starred chef, at the head of several restaurants in Paris and Asia “Religion did not have much influence in my family environment. When I was young, however, I liked to appreciate the silence of churches, far from the noises of the modern … Read more

Three express ideas from chef Thibaut Spiwack to enhance strawberries

Three express ideas from chef Thibaut Spiwack to enhance strawberries

Chef Thibaut Spiwack is at the helm of the ephemeral restaurant Fabula nestled in the gardens of the Carnavalet Museum. Its menu showcases Ile-de-France seasonal produce, including strawberries. Maki Manoukian His Parisian restaurant Anona, which gives pride of place to short circuits and seasonal products, has a green star in the Michelin Guide. The Top … Read more

mushrooms or the call of the forest

mushrooms or the call of the forest

Alternation of sun and rain… this weather forecast heralds good harvests this autumn, the main season for mushrooms, ceps, chanterelles, oyster mushrooms, trumpet-of-death, sheep’s-foot. Enthusiasts also don’t miss picking morels in the spring and mushrooms in May. As for truffles, they usually arrive on the markets in winter. → RECIPES. Precious peas for royal meals … Read more