- Pastry dishes such as Savoury Tart, Courgette Lattice Flan, Pissadeliere (A cross between a pie and a pizza)
- Savoury dishes such as Galettes (buckwheat panckes), Vichyssoise, Chestnut & Mushroom Bourguignon, a variety of Pâtés, vegetable gratins and the classic southern dish of Cassoulet
- Side dishes such as Potato and Spinach Croquettes, Baked Green Beans & Tofu and Petit Pois a la Française
- Classic desserts such as Chocolate Mousse, Crème brûlée and sumptious Gateaux.
- Vegan cheese. Well, we are in France after all!
Sunday will be a bit special. Outside our front door is one of the best markets in the region, so we’ll be raiding it for lovely fresh ingredients which we’ll then use in the afternoon for your final cookfest and evening meal. Of course, you’ll also be free to wander the market on your own and there are good vegan options for lunch.
This cooking holiday will be all about using the freshest, locally sourced ingredients. That means of course that we may need to alter some of the dishes we cook in order to take advantage of what’s available.
If you want to extend your stay in St Antonin it’s possible if we have rooms available.
If you like the sound of this holiday but the dates don’t work for you, we may be able to run it at other times, especially if you’re a group.
Accommodation at Le Cheval Blanc
All Meals (Lunch is provided as part of the workshops and you’re welcome to eat what you’ve made for dinner)
Transfer to/from local railway stations (Caussade, Tarn et Garonne or Lexos)
Airport transfers (which may be subject to timing constraints and assume you’ll be flying into Toulouse)
Additional activities during free time
Alcohol in addition to what is provided with the meals
Lunch in Sunday market
€550 per person based on two sharing.
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