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Dry Morels without Tail – 100g
$4,499 by kg
It is difficult to describe the famous morel flavor. It is nutty, meaty, and unique whether cooked or dried. There is no substitute for butter to bring out its subtle but treasured character.
Packaging: plastic jar
Storage: dry place away from light
Usage: Rich, smoky, earthy and fragrant; dried morels are fabulous in sauces with meat, poultry or pasta. Also excellent in risottos, omelettes, quiche, stews and stir frys. Morel mushrooms are a wild variety that you can safely eat.
Organic Walnut$155 by kg
Walnuts are one of the most popular and versatile of all nuts. When picked young, they’re known as wet and their milky white kernels are mainly used for pickling. Far more common is the dried nut, either shelled or unshelled. The brown-skinned kernel has a ridged surface, which looks like two halves of the brain.
Packaging: Wooden crate or carton
Storage: in the fridge if you want to increase the shelf life.
Usage: Slightly bitter in flavour, walnuts are good eaten raw or cooked, in either sweet or savoury dishes, and are particularly useful for baking..
Price is per 1kg
Organic Bouquet Garni (Thyme, Rosemary, Bay Leaf)$69 by piece
Bouquet garni, which is French for “garnished bouquet,” is a classic herb mixture used for preparing stocks, soups, casseroles, meats, and vegetables. It traditionally comprises a few sprigs of thyme, rosemary and a bay leaf. These herbs may be bundled into a strip of leek or a piece of celery stalk, or tied in a muslin bag or with string, to keep them together during cooking and allow easy removal before serving. Using a bouquet garni instead of simply adding the herbs to your dish helps with flavor, texture, convenience, and presentation. Fresh herbs will get soggy and often discolor when left to cook for a long time, and dry herbs are not the most attractive when floating at the top of a finished dish. Bundling up the herbs—whether dried or fresh—also makes for easy removal.
Turnips are a popular root vegetable of European origin related to the cabbage and radish. Inside its delightful thin skin is the crisp white fleshy root. Although turnips sometimes have a yellowish flesh, the majority are bright white. Turnip leaves are slightly hairy, yet still edible, called turnip greens. You will receive golden ball or purple one depending of the availability.
Origin: France or Italy
Packaging: Paper bag
Storage: Refrigerate, unwashed in a plastic bag up to 10 days. Turnips should be scrubbed with a brush under running water, prior to use. There is no need to peel or cook if the skin is thin.
Usage: Enjoy fresh turnips just as you would a carrot, a delightful substitute. They are quite tasty backed with grated cheese or in a cooked salad.
Price is per kilo
Organic Charentais Melon$135 by piece
About 700g to 1kg per piece
Melon can be eaten at any moment during a meal, depending on individual tastes.
As a savoury starter, with Parma ham.
As a sweet starter, cut in half and filled with Port, Pineau or even Ricard* (*the excessive consumption of alcohol can damage your health)
As a main dish, fried with duck magrets or a red meat.
As a dessert, in fruit salads, as a sorbet or just as nice, in iced soups with a light syrup in which you have preserved fresh pieces of ginger.