From the D-Day landings to fine dining and delicious home cooking, Normandy brings past and present together in a fantastic French getaway.
Lonely Planet review
One of the ’52 best weekends away’ with Sinéad !
Easy Food review
Learn the art of French cooking with Sinéad !
Qantas magazine review
A fabulous review from Qantas magazine! Merci!
The top 10 food and drink holidays in France – The Telegraph December 2014
‘Under the enticing name of the Wilde Kitchen, Irish expat Sinéad Allart (née Wilde) offers three-day small-group gourmet breaks in the countryside south-west of Cherbourg. As well as classes in the succulent art of cooking traditional dishes like poulet Vallée d’Auge and teurgoule – respectively, chicken with cream and apples, and the Norman version of rice pudding – the holidays include outings to local markets and restaurants. You also get to visit an organic cider press and cook a full meal in the centuries-old bread oven of a neighbouring farm. Accommodation is in a beautifully converted barn that has two ensuite b & b rooms plus a self-catering apartment.’