The Crème Brulee recipe was inspired by the famous Spanish Crème Catalane. The French basically copied the principle of the Spanish dessert and added a hint of vanilla and caramelised it. The term Brulee means “Burnt “in French. Hence, the dark brown colour of the burnt sugar on top that contrast the yellow soft cream underneath.
The Mojito is my cocktail of choice when it is really hot and humid. It is so refreshing, zingy, fresh… Just imagine a little bit of Rum, lime, sugar mint, ice and soda water…. As simple as this.
This week recipe is focused on “Charcuterie”. You may have heard of “Pate”, “Foie Gras”, Terrine, Chicken Parfait but have you heard of Rillettes? This is a speciality from the city of ” Le Mans”, famous for the 24 hours car race. The rillettes is traditionally made of pork and pork fat.