This month we learn about what it’s like to run a cooking school in Paris, what kind of experiences visitors expect, how a pandemic can upend things and lots more interesting tidbits as we interview Jane Bertch of La Cuisine Paris.
Products, places and people mentioned in the episode
La Cuisine Paris
La Cuisine courses
La Cuisine online shop (for the wine and kitchenware partnerships)
La Cuisine newsletter
Kate Hill (author of the cassoulet book & site for Camp Cousselet and other cooking classes)
E. Dehillerin kitchenware
Paris Wine Company
Cocktail of the Month: Dirty Martini
This is as easy as adding a bit of olive brine to your favorite martini. This is a cocktail that invites you to play around with proportion to find your preferred recipe. As a starting point, try:
1 part dry vermouth
1 part olive brine
4 parts gin
Stir all over ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with an olive
Big thanks to…
Jane Bertch of La Cuisine
World Radio Paris for editing and production
Son Little for the music we use
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