E02 | Julie's Frenchy Cookbook | The country of Fontainebleau

This week, it is 80 kms from the capital, in Fontainebleau, that Julie is putting down her bags. Fontainebleau, a name famous throughout the world, a magical name which evokes for some a forest, for others a castle, a name which still shines with its royal history. The forest of Fontainebleau has inspired the art world since the beginning of the 19th century. Landscape painters such as Corot and Millet drew inspiration for their works there. But Fontainebleau has many other treasures in its bag, and gastronomy is part of its heritage. This is what Julie will discover through three recipes: Quail with grapes, raspberry and poppy pie and crayfish grave.

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