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Farming bouchot mussels in Mont-Saint-Michel Bay

Mont-Saint-Michel Bay AOP mussels: from bouchot to plate With the weather as scorching as it currently is, there are two good reasons for everyone to want to head down to the shores of Mont-Saint-Michel Bay. First, this cooler spot is the ideal place to clear your head. Second, the bouchot mussels farmed here are a […]

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Decades of conflict between Norman and English fishermen

There has been an old conflict over scallop fishing in the coast of Normandy. Last year, a genuine naval battle took place with about thirty Norman boats chasing English boats away. How is Brexit affecting the fishing sector and the conflict between fishermen? What's behind the conflict between Norman and English fishermen? A difference in […]

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What's chef Zanoni's recipe for grilled langoustines?

Simone Zanoni is the chef of Le George restaurant, in the eponymous hotel in Paris. The Italian chef welcomed us to his restaurant where he cookedgrilled langoustines, served with gazpacho and roasted watermelon. Preparation: fresh langoustines for the very best quality Our recipe starts with the star ingredient: beautiful langoustines, of 450 grams . The […]

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How should lobster be cooked, according to chef Zanoni’s recipe?

After four years at the Gordon Ramsay restaurant in London and eight years at the Trianon Palace in Versailles, chef Simone Zanoni joined Le George in 2016, a Michelin-starred restaurant at the George V hotel in Paris. We spent some time with the Italian chef in his restaurant as he cooked for us a lobster […]

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Chef's advice: tips on storing and cooking langoustines

Recognized chef Jean-François Girardin, winner of Meilleur Ouvrier de France in 1993, is now retired from the hustle and bustle of professional kitchens and now shares his extensive knowledge with the next generation of chefs, training and helping them to prepare for competitions. We met up to discuss langoustines. With its delicate and flavourful flesh, […]

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Chef's tip: lobster is a delicacy and nothing should go to waste!

Today's renowned french chef Jean-François Girardin, awarded with the prestigious title of Meilleur Ouvrier de France in 1993, has worked 32 years in the kitchens of Le Ritz. He is proud to share his knowledge and now spends his time training young chefs, helping them to prepare for competitions. We met up with him to […]

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Electric fishing: the European Parliament has voted!

Historic progress: the European Parliament voted to ban electric fishing (571 votes for and 60 against) on 16 April 2019. An agreement has been reached between the European Commission, the European Parliament and the European Council and it will take effect within the European Union from July 1st, 2021. In France, electric fishing has been […]

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Preparation of a pollock salad by chef Simone Zanoni

We met with Simone Zanoni, chef at Le George, Michelin-starred restaurant at the George V hotel in Paris. Together, we prepared his recipe for line-caught pollock, served with a salad and blanched cucumbers. Preparation: how do you prepare confit pollock? Chef Zanoni starts by talking about the recipe’s star ingredient: “superb line-caught pollock from Brittany; […]

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Deep-sea fishermen and wholesale fish merchants: two jobs, two skillsets

What do they do and should they work together? Deep-sea fishermen and wholesale fish merchants are related roles within the fish products sector. One catches the fish and the other sells it. So far, so simple. Isn’t it? Not really... This apparent simplicity glosses over the difficulties fishermen have bringing in fresh goods and those […]

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Farming bouchot mussels in Mont-Saint-Michel Bay

Mont-Saint-Michel Bay AOP mussels: from bouchot to plate With the weather as scorching as it currently is, there are two good reasons for everyone to want to head down to the shores of Mont-Saint-Michel Bay. First, this cooler spot is the ideal place to clear your head. Second, the bouchot mussels farmed here are a […]

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