Mother Chef in the Tarn

Ladies and gentleman – may I introduce the lady who made all of this possible: my mummy. Not only my mother and undoubtedly my biggest supporter, she’s also the greatest source of cooking knowledge throughout my life and a humbling reminder that no catering challenge is too much (who else can single-handedly throw a gourmet […]

Country tales

My day off ended in our local bastide town, Monestiès, built in Medieval times and complete with a castle, an old stone bridge over the River Cérou and the Saint Jacques chapel, which used to be a stop-off for pilgrims on the way to Compostela.  It’s not exactly bustling on a Sunday evening, but I wandered into […]

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