Gobble up life against the Covid-19: rougail sausages from friends

Normally, at this time of year, we would probably be spending a green weekend with friends. Between the extended aperitifs and the tarot games, the kitchen plays a central role. Everyone makes an effort to get up early in the morning. In the afternoon, it is not uncommon to smell the smell of a cake […]

Tomato deep history | Science

The history of food is fairly simple in rough outline. After 200,000 years living on forest berries, beach clams and the occasional wild boar for big occasions, modern humanity invented agriculture 12,000 years ago – the origin of the Neolithic era – and with it the first settlements, the division of labor and a unusual […]

Gobble Up Life Against Covid-19: Guy Savoy’s Lentil Curry

In these times of generalized confinement, we have an old family legend about lentils, peddled from generation to generation. That of a grandfather lost somewhere between the Meuse and the Somme during the First World War. Imagine, survival in the mud and shit of the trenches. Another form of containment. We pulled the bayonet out […]