Guelia's stories

Shellfish and crustaceans

Venus comb murex, pelican’s foot and China limpet, cowries, argonauts and abalone: Their names are as irresistibly appealing as their flesh. Discover the world of these shellfish and crustaceans as they are poetically portrayed by Guélia’s mighty pen. (Article in French)Read more →



Camille, wild and natural

It was last night at Foodentropie, the sustainable food laboratory in Château de Nanterre. Camille had said ‘Ouïi’ to the Ruche qui dit Oui ! to play an intimate concert of songs from her latest album, followed by a local farm-to-table meal. As chance would have it, we were invited to sit at her table to talk about her commitment to… (Article in French)Read more →

Les Rencontres Rabelais élargissent les débats


The debate grows at Rencontres Rabelais

Based on the discussions that took place at Rencontres Rabelais (November 17-18, 2017 in Tours), it is not so sure that Gargantua would be able to find someone to share a meal with him today. (Article in French)Read more →


Guelia's stories

Quince, it’s magic!

It has been a long time since Guélia has regaled us with one of her endlessly delicious stories. After the peach of Montreuil and the watermelon, she left in search of the best quince, whose scent now wafts through each paragraph. (Article in French)Read more →


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Michel Troisgros, cooking with consciousness

A chef’s book is presented. The chorus can already be heard, ‘one more, one more!’ But no, there will be no more, because this is a unique little gem. With precision and care, it delves into the world of Michel Troisgros, revealing the essence of the man and his relationship with nature. (Article in French)Read more →

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Why expose Monsanto?

The Rencontres d’Arles, an annual summer photography festival, is proposing an exhibition on Mathieu Asselin’s investigation aimed at exposing the misdeeds of Monsanto. (Article in French)Read more →

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Small farmer, big fears

Hubert Charuel, the son of a farmer, was there when the farm faced the terror of the mad-cow epidemic and has returned to the scene of the crime to shoot Petit Paysan, a film in which he puts his guts on the table, at the risk of letting his guard down for cinematic art. (Article in French)Read more →