The ski resort area of Les Gets and Morzine covers many kilometres of fantastic skiing for all abilities. If you’re new to the area, or even if you’re not, we’ve put together this blog as a guide to the best ski slopes in Les Gets and Morzine. Read on for our...read more
Looking back on fond memories of learning to ski and family holidays in Les Getsread more
Although we love our big hiking days, you don’t have to go far from our chalet in les gets to find the most stunning scenery and nature. In June and July the meadows are heaving with Alpine flowers and insects which attracts keen photographers to our pastures. Local...read more
Another breathtaking hike this time on the Roc D'enfer! This hike is one of the most challenging walks you can encounter whilst on a walking holiday in Les Gets. Highly exposed and following a long knife edge ridge, this is not for the faint hearted! The views from...read more
Our guests staying with us for an Alpine Walking Holiday enjoyed a fantastic ridge walk on the Pic de Marcelly today. Blue sky, atmospheric clouds, outstanding views & great company on the walk was then followed by drinks & canapés on the terrace at Chalet...read more
Soft, gooey and rich these brownies are a delight for afternoon tea or served as part of a dessert! They are also gluten free!read more
Cooked on the bone and served boneless, these chicken wings are little nuggets packed full of flavour. Complemented with the spice from the puree & bhaji, light acidity from the cabbage and a fantastic mixture of textures.read more
This is a light and tasty dessert full of summer flavours. The nuts can be made in larger batches and stored in air tight jars. Eat them as a snack or use them on other desserts. You can crystallise almost any other nut in the same way.read more
This recipe is a great way to make a chicken breast more exciting. The crumb adds great flavour and keeps the breast moist and succulent while cooking.read more
Before you start to create tasty food that’s full of flavour for those of you who haven’t yet discovered the importance of salt, I just wanted to add a few notes……
Being able to season properly with salt is the single most important skill a cook must have if they want their food to taste its best.
No matter how many fantastic ingredients and herbs you use in a dish, if the dish is under -seasoned it will taste bland and incomplete!
The dish obviously has to be made with the best ingredients, cooked in the best way and pared with complementing flavours but if it lacks seasoning it makes the difference between a good dish and a great dish!
Salt releases molecules within food that would otherwise be locked away. Some of these molecules are released into the air helping with the aroma of food and which is also important to our perception of flavour.read more