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Spring cooking

Spring cooking

Because the chlorophylle green in the kitchen garden is irresistible, because confinement means we take time for cooking, because a healthy diet is the best prevention against cover and everything else, but also because healthy doesn't have to mean boring, here are...

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Spring flowers at la Baye

Spring flowers at la Baye

A stroll through the garden is music to one's eyes.. Sakura on the drive.. Lilas Jasmin Wild roses Accacia flowers from the patio's tree mix their aromas with the huge wisteria that overwhelms the senses We have a wide variety of Sauges, quintessential to Provence...

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Autumn in the kitchen garden

Autumn in the kitchen garden

September has been quite hot and the kitchen garden keeps happily producing. This year I have added many varieties of onions, and a few peppers... most actually turn out to be way too spicy for us, so they are mostly a photooportunity before being gifted out to some...

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Diner with l’Aromat

Diner with l’Aromat

Chef Sylvain Robert, from the restaurant L'Aromat and his head waiter Damien came to La Baye des Anges for a blissful evening! Starting with the aperitif by the pool We are given a master class in Champaign sabering, by Luc Trottier, the Bear Foot Bistro sommelier who...

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Summer and the kitchen garden

Summer and the kitchen garden

We have now hit the "Corne d'abondance" point, to which it impossible to keep up eating daily what the garden produces, especially tomatoes so I am experimenting with the age old conserve making (tomato coulis, ubiquitous in Provencal cuisine) All the ratatouille...

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L’Aromate @ la Baye des Anges

L’Aromate @ la Baye des Anges

Sylvain Robert, L'Aromat's chef and his wife Virginie cater for our summer fiesta this year, the brief is to cook from our kitchen garden's production: tomatoes, courgettes, courgettes flowers, aubergines; spring onions, and a variety of herbs... the result is awesome...

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From soil to pot…

From soil to pot…

Since the whole point of a kitchen garden is to have create delicious meals, here is our take on how to use it.. Our very first courgette, how exciting! So tender that it can be eaten raw, and makes a delicious salad with your choice of herb and a drizzle of olive oil...

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June in the kitchen garden

June in the kitchen garden

The garden has now turned into a jungle!! The tomatoes are climbing up, the courgettes and melons spreading way out of their garden bed Strawberries keep coming out! On the lower left corner of the picture, a leave of Comfrey that I use as organic fertiliser, plants...

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