other cuisine


  • Gallic cuisine

    The Gauls wrote very little, no cookbook was found. There can be no doubt, however, that in cities such as Bibracte, Aleto, Vesontio and others, there were specialists to ensure the preparation and service of banquets. Today, only archeology (waste, pollen) can make us know the food used and very exceptionally the finished products. This is the case for this ring-shaped bread that we propose.

  • Roman pastries
    Roman pastries: a temple dedicated to Jupiter Pistor has existed in Rome since the time of breads, regarded as the most precious and sacred thing in the world during a siege, had then contributed to the liberation of Rome. The "Pistors" were organized as a corporation to which they paid a contribution for a kind of solidarity fund, the purpose of which was to finance the funeral ceremony of each member. Unlike the medieval baker, the Pistor made its own flour.
  • Renaissance Pastries
    RENAISSANCE pastries (16th century).
    The so-called Renaissance does not represent, in cuisine, any break with the medieval period, but rather a blossoming in diversity and refinement.
  • Regional cuisine
    Regional cuisine of France

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