The Villefranchois were at the rendezvous of All in the kitchen

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Event. An episode of Tous en cuisine, a culinary series, a specialty of M6, with Cyril Lignac, the Aveyron chef who hasn’t forgotten that it all started here in the kitchens of the Saint-Joseph high school in Villefranche, was shot live on Friday evening on the Place Notre-Dame, co-hosted by host Jérôme Anthony.

A surprise guest

The “charged clerk” team member of the chef since the first hour, had invited Noémie Honiat to cook by his side by following a recipe made in Paris by Cyril Lignac, once is not custom on the occasion of the end celebrations year, from a Parisian boutique a stone’s throw from the mythical Saint-Honoré market.

They were in contact with chef Lignac who remained behind the camera and in front of his piano to offer his party recipes accessible to all, Jean-Philippe Guégan, Johnny’s vocal look-alike having played the game, one month to the day for Christmas , which will be broadcast on the small screen of M6 Thursday, December 22 at 6:30 p.m.

In Villefranche, in a warm festive atmosphere, in the presence of a conquered public despite the coldness, Noémie Honiat concocted, with her friend Jérôme, two recipes that do honor to Aveyron products and gastronomy, based on lamb and of cabbage, of which it is not yet a question of revealing the place.

The format of this new session was to make gourmet and simple recipes in less than 50 minutes, the time allowed to concoct two dishes (starter, main course or dessert), enough to impress your guests and give yourself the air of cordon-bleu in a few weeks.

For dessert, the Bedel bakery and pastry shop, which had the honors of M6, had offered an assortment of pastries from Aveyron, fouace, croquande, marzipan, plum tart.

This program elected in May 2020 “best confined program” at the end of the first confinement linked to the Covid health crisis, allows viewers to follow every evening live, step by step, recipes made with anonymous guests or celebrities , in a friendly spirit where humor is also at the table, an always winning recipe.

Tous en cuisine draws more than 3.5 million viewers around the table every evening, which, no doubt, will once again shine the spotlight on the Bastide, less than six months after the filming of Netflix.