E13 | Julie's Frenchy Cookbook | Seashells on the menu


  • Sunday 24th September at 20:30

We will start this journey near La Rochelle to learn a little more about the breeding of the famous bouchot mussels but also a very particular technique to cook them. We will then go on a tour of France's best oysters: towards Cancale, Arcachon, Montpellier and finally Oléron to learn about the different breeding methods and to find out more about all the species in France. Julie will cook a fricassee of berniques, the little Chinese hats that cover the rocks of the coast, as well as pink clams that are little known to the public. We will continue our journey in Finistère to meet Sylvain, the only abalone breeder in the country, and then to Méru where there are still workshops magnifying this sublime material. The Chef Jean-Marie Baudic will cook scallops like no one else.

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