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My recipes with black truffle

Our local recipes / 19 December 2023

Among the many treasures of Périgord is a jewel: the black truffle. During the winter, it can be found in many markets in Dordogne. The ideal of course is to buy your truffles on a controlled market because you can be sure that they come from Périgord truffle farmers and that their quality is controlled […]

My strawberry pavlova

Our local recipes / 14 October 2021

In Dordogne, we are lucky to have many strawberries varieties : the famous Garriguette of course but also the Mara des bois, Cléry, Charlotte… in total there are about 9 varieties cultivated in our beautiful area, which is perfect because we can enjoy eating strawberries from May to September . On my side, I use […]

My Périgord walnut cake

Our local recipes / 13 July 2021

This recipe is a must for Les Hauts de Saint Vincent B&B breakfasts because it is THE local recipe for a desert or for your breakfast . Ingredients Butter : 100g Walnuts : 150g Almond powder : 40g Eggs : 3 Sugar : 100g Flour : 50g (for a gluten-free version use chestnut flour) dark […]

My gluten-free cakes for breakfast

Our local recipes / 20 June 2021

At Les Hauts de Saint Vincent, I like to vary my cakes recipe for breakfast and offer alternatives for all guests, whatever their diet. Here are 2 classic recipes that I have adapted and which are successful among our guests : le Fondant coco-lemon, adapted from the traditional yogurt cake, and my olive oil & […]

Our famous Tatin duck apple pie

Our local recipes / 16 April 2021

This recipe is the guest star of our meals at the B&B. It is also very popular at our cooking classes because it is quite simple to do at home. You need of course to buy a good duck confit in Dordogne and take it back home to prepare this special dish ! Ingredients for […]

The apple pumpkin pie of my mother in law

Our local recipes / 8 November 2020

Here is one of my favourite recipes at automn for breakfast at the B&B. It was given to me by my mother in law, an authentic Périgourdine. it is also called the Millassou by people from Périgord but everone’s got his own recipe… Ingredients : A 5 cm thick slice of pumpkin Vanilla (powder or […]