Are you ready for a quick leap back in time? It’s the 13th Century in the Languedoc, where Franks battle Catalans and Gascones, where Saracens, Jews, Cathars and Catholics seek to live and prosper, where minnesinger’s ballads of love and unrequited longing slowly replace Chansons de Geste, songs praising heroic deeds of warriors like Roland […]Read more "Carcassonne – Stone & Wood with Angles & Textures"
Allow me to introduce to you the main implement of cassoulet cooking. Voilà, la Cassole or the caçola, a casserole or earthenware terrine in the shape of an inverted cone with it’s tip cut off. Traditionally, it is glazed only on the inside and along the rim. This interesting term, caçola, is Occitan or òc, the indigenous language of […]Read more "Actualité 2e Journée du Defi Cassoulet !"