I Wanna Cheese You Up was the name of our event on 7 February 2015, and I believe we kept our promise with this giant tartiflette for 8! If you are not a ski resort addict you might no know what tartiflette is: it is a traditional dish from the Savoie region in France. It's potatoes, onions, lardons and white wine, the whole baked in the oven with local cheese reblochon sitting on top of it so that it melts through it all. It is one of the most heart and belly warming dishes I know, a legend after a day of skying! Even with no ski resort at sight it still works in London, as long as you can find the precious reblochon (check with your local cheesemonger).
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For our winter edition this February, we decided to treat our guests with a Greek dessert. It's a first as Julie is the official dessert baker and so naturally tends to bake French desserts. Served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, this spicy walnut sponge cake filled with syrup was a success, so this is definitely a keeper! We promised our guests we will put the recipe up on the website quickly, so here it is...
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Chocolate and Pear Charlotte

chocolate and pear charlotte

This is a traditional French dessert, although you can find very similar desserts in several other European countries. To prepare this recipe you will need a charlotte mould. You can also try with a brioche mould or a large bowl with a wide bottom. For the chocolate, I always use the Netlé Dessert brand when I bake chocolate desserts. It works perfectly for this recipe - makes a wicked chocolate mousse. However, I buy it in France as I never found it in the UK, so you may have to try with a different brand. Hopefully it will work fine as well. Finally, make sure you have plenty of time when you want to prepare a charlotte as you will need at least 3 hours for the chocolate mousse to rest and then another 3 hours for the charlotte to rest once it is assembled. Good luck, this is not the easiest of recipes!
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What Our Guests Say About Us

I enjoyed the 'Jamie like' feel, the simple focus on gathering people around good food to share a good time. I liked the attention to detail but also the fact that the presentation was not over the top and that the food and flavour were really the center of attention. Alice D.
Great food, great company....the value (price, quality, company...) for money is far much better than any restaurants.... and I know what I am talking about as i live my food and restaurants ;-) all the best to Supper Freek!! Guillaume D.
Fantastic experience in every sense. The blend of French and Greek cuisines works wonders. And with 2 great hosts/chefs like Julie and Panos, it makes the Supper Freek even more meaningful! Miguel S.
I loved how the hosts presented each dish! This was the smallest supper club I've been to and I really enjoyed the intimacy. Great overall attention to detail and delicious food! Highly recommended. Kendall M.
Laid back atmosphere, very good cooking. Marrying French and Greek actually works! Thierry M.

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