These classics of French mountain gastronomy are easy to make in resort, or when you get back home as a heady reminder of the culinary heights! Bon appétit!
- the 12 January 2016
Benoît Vidal – l'Atelier d'Edmond
Julien Gatillon – Chalet du Mont d’Arbois
Le nouveau panoramic – Jean-Michel Bouvier
- the 8 January 2013
There is no greater pleasure after a long day of hiking than sitting down to a traditional raclette or tartiflette. Numerous cheeses which carry the Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (AOC) or Proté...
- the 12 September 2012
This viticulture, which is carried out at altitudes of more than 500m or on steep slopes of 30% or more, can only be described as heroic.It requires a much greater involvement from the winegrower t...
- the 23 July 2012
A real mountain cuisine.
The slopes are very busy all year long.Once the skiers have left - with the snow - the vegetation returns and prepares…to be eaten!
- the 3 July 2012
The autumn rains have begun in the mountains…and it is the opportunity for celebration! The cool, humid weather provides perfect growing conditions for berries and mushrooms.The secret to a good ...
- the 19 September 2011
Bringing his passion for the mountains into every delicious bite, chef Marc Veyrat of Manigod is a star on the French culinary scene. Read about his journey to reach this envied position.
- the 23 August 2011
The 2011 edition of the Michelin Guide once again honours the gastronomic excellence of the French ski resorts and the savoir-faire of the chefs. This year, over 40 restaurants were noted in the...
- the 21 March 2011
When it comes to mountain cuisine, we all know the classics: gratin, tartiflette, fondue…but mountain cuisine is not limited to these dishes, delicious as they may be. There are many other specia...
- the 9 March 2011