It is rare nowadays to live in a town which carries your last name, especially on the Riviera. Monique d’Agay, has lived all her life near St Raphael and is a Provençale cook by excellence. She gave us two recipes one of a quiche provençale with red and green peppers and one of a lemon mousse.
I bought this pretty dish in a thrift shop in Kent while playing golf at Walton Heath. It is called “oven to table”, a name I love for its practicality… And it is the perfect receptacle for “oeufs à la tripe”, a very cheap and simple dish that anyone can make even in our times of confinement. It is one … Read More
There is no need to write about restaurants at the moment, and yet it is important to keep eating well and to share cooking moments with your dear ones. I know that you love seeing food in these pages, so I will send you an easy recipe every week which you can prepare and feel like you are in deep … Read More