Coeff 103

Rising sea is time to fish, high water is time to swim, low water is time to collect shells. In Brittany, where I was born, tides give rhythm to life. In many homes, the tide table is as important as the calendar. For each calendar day, the tide table provides times for low and high…

All-around

Quiche, tarte or pie? No matter the name, it is good! Camembert, ham or leak? No matter the filling, it is good! At home or on a week-end tent trip? No matter the place, it is good! Pie is round and all-around! And easy to bake! And pie can be reheated for a fast meal…

Capriciously small

La boudeuse, the sulky oyster, bears its name well: it seems that it has stubbornly refused to grow. Behind a small shell with rounded shapes, it hides a plump, generous and savoury flesh. La boudeuse is the perfect oyster for baking. I love oysters. I grew up in a village in Brittany situated between two…

Un goût sucré de terre

“A tale that begins with a beet will end with the devil.” That is a risk we have to take1. Coming from the depths of the earth, the beetroot, at first quite rustic, is a fascinating and exquisite vegetable. Where has it stolen its scarlet red? Where has it drawn its sweet savour from? Although it grew up in the dark, the beetroot contains…