We love these gourmet gifts for the most epicurean of moms.
“The love of our mothers, like no other.” Swiss writer Albert Cohen could not have expressed better the inescapable love between mother and child despite the ups and downs. On June 4, it was their turn to honor Mother’s Day. If the day isn’t enough to thank, pamper and celebrate them, we take the opportunity to shower them with gifts and cakes. Whether they have a sweet tooth, a taste for delicate bubbles, or love to wear an apron, here’s our gourmet pick for epicurean moms.
During the event, pastry chefs outdid themselves by combining originality and seasonality. Unique and comforting like moms, strawberry is one of the stars of this selection. A mother of two little girls, the talented Nina Metaier decides to put generous slices into the pavlova, which consists of poppy whipped cream infused with black tea and a super-soft Genoa biscuit with almonds.
La Tarte Tropézienne has also chosen to revisit its traditional cake, this time in the shape of a heart decorated with fresh strawberries. For her part, Drugstore’s pastry chef Lena Thiam serves up a spring-flavored charlotte made with an ultra-soft almond cookie. The same goes for the talented François Perre, who signs for the Ritz with an elegant bouquet on a strawberry plant.
Our gourmet picks for Mother’s Day 2023
Passion for cooking
Cooking enthusiasts will be delighted to add a timeless item to their collection: the charming Le Creuset cocotte. This dish we’ve had for years has been recreated in a new candy pink color. For lovers of Japanese culture, a sushi set accompanied by a cookbook is an ideal gift.
We also take this opportunity to add some new books to all enthusiasts’ libraries. That’s right, solar chef Alessandra Montagne is signing her first book, titled From Rio to Paris. my favorite kitchen, where he brings us gourmet stories between his country of origin and his adopted country. What to travel while cooking? pastéis de queijo, coxinhas, feijoada, pearl barley risotto or foccacia.
Gentle bubbles and spirits
Why save the bottles for Father’s Day? A nice range of fine bubbly and spirits are also on offer, such as Normandy, a 100% Norman grapefruit gin. Comprised of a maceration of citrus fruits and spices, it stands out for its vibrancy, but also with a slight bitterness.
Rosé lovers will be delighted to discover the Grand Cru Classé de Provence from Château Galoupet or the Vintage champagne box signed by Perrier-Jouët, featuring Belle Époque and Belle Époque rosé cuvées, which slip into an eco-responsible case made of paper. and vine shoots. Whether it’s champagne, chocolate or a nice book, there’s no wrong choice.
Source: Le Figaro