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To discover a region, a city or a product, and to explore its history through a typical recipe to better understand its specificities and its riches, this is the adventure that proposes to us Julie Andrieu who, aboard his red convertible, travels the roads of France. A small reporter of taste and good living, Julie finds unusual places, meets warm and truculent characters, able to make us understand what makes the creative, gastronomic, cultural, heritage or economic cement of a region.
The kitchen plays more than ever its link role. It solates families, connects generations, establishes the identity of a region and ensures the transmission of know-how. Encounters, recipes, anecdotes and valuable information are transcribed in small notebooks. Moments of pleasure and escape to savour without moderation. Today, Julie makes us discover chocolate in all its States, from bean to Tablet, raw or cooked, for dessert or in salted dish!
And it is during an egg hunt that she will plant the scenery. The custom of offering Easter eggs already existed in ancient times, in Pagan traditions. The Persians, Romans and Egyptians celebrated the return of spring, the season of the hatching of nature, by offering painted and decorated eggs.
The eggs symbolize, in fact, fertility, renewal and creation. The tradition was then taken over by the Church to celebrate the rebirth of Jesus Christ, resurrected on Easter Sunday.
But it was only in the 18th century that the idea of emptying the eggs to fill them with chocolate was imposed. The whole chocolate egg appears in the next century. As cocoa becomes more democratized, chocolate makers invent a mixture of sugar, cocoa butter and powdered chocolate to create a malleable dough that can easily be poured into moulds.
It shows us how to turn the precious beans into shelves. In , he received the Rabelais trophy of young chocolatiers talents. Chocolate is a fair trade because Amelle uses only cocoa beans from a native South American variety, one of the oldest and rarest.
Recettes de Julie Andrieu
Moelleux chocolat carotte