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The French word for garlic ‘ail’ comes from the Celtic word ‘all’, meaning burning, as garlic supposedly grew in the footprints left by the devil when he left the garden of Eden. Today it is one of the most essential ingredients...
90 g (43,89 € / kg)
This unusual little vegetable is a variety of small marrow. Its cream-coloured flesh beneath its soft green skin is crunchy, subtly sweet and reminiscent of artichoke. Its unique shape gave it the nickname "bishop’s hat". These...
190 g (27,11 € / kg)
The onions selected for this recipe are of the Borettane variety. Freshly harvested in the south of Italy, they are blanched then delicately grilled. These little onions are then left to confit in extra virgin olive oil. In this...
190 g (27,89 € / kg)
The caper plant, originating in the east, is a wild plant of the "Capparidaceae" family that grows in arid and sunny Mediterranean regions. It lives in the wild in the form of thorny bushes and can be grown both on plains and in...
200 g (30,75 € / kg)