Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Escapade Philippine à Paris




Recently I was invited to an event in Paris with my dear friend Victor Magsaysay cooking.

The venue was:

La Cuisine Paris
89 Boulevard Saint Michel
75005 Paris

He played with some provincial Filipino recipes and refined them to make some stunning presentations using all these lovely fresh ingredients purchased in the markets of Paris.





The execution was decidedly eastern, with a nice western polish to them.





What can I say? I'm sorry I missed this event because I was still waiting for my residency permit authorization to come in.

Read more about this event and Victor here.

Special thanks to Yusuke Kinaka for allowing me to use his photographs in my blog.

Menu

Inspirée d’authentiques marchés philippins

Entrée

Beruyà ng Arayat
Papaye verte, taro et crevettes croquantes en beignets
vinaigre épicé de noix de coco

Plats

Pinakbet ni Paras
Papillote de légumes exotiques

Pusò ng Saging at Isdâ
Salade de fleurs de bananier rôties et rouget grillé

Bistek Tagalog
Carpaccio de boeuf sauce soja,
oignons confits et calamansi


Tous les plats sont servis avec du riz au jasmin
en papillotes de feuilles de bananier

Dessert

"Dirty Ice Cream" et Confit Dàgani
Glace au lait de Chèvre avec jeunes noix de coco,
kombava et muscovado en confit

12 comments:

Anncoo said...

The recipe written in French? Can you translate? Tks.

Murasaki Shikibu said...

Anncoo: Sorry I haven't got any recipes, it's just the menu. :) However should you wish, I can get Victor to give me one, just for you! ;)

Nat said...

M, I am sorry to hear you missed this event. The dishes looks so intricately done, like minature works of art. Stunning is a very appropriate description. Thanks for sharing...

Anncoo said...

Thanks anyway. Is really alright, so please don't trouble ~ I understand.

transplantedbaker said...

Sounds fun! Stupid residency permits have permitted us from traveling in the past too. (Missed a wedding because of it one time).

Love the name "dirty ice cream". I don't know french, but luckily chevre is still chevre in English and I'm pretty sure the other ingredient is dark cocoa/chocolate???

Elra said...

Sounds pretty interesting combination. French and Filipino, still hard for me to imagine (not that fond of fusion food). But, I am sure they are good.

♥peachkins♥ said...

lucky you..the event looks like something I would like to go to...

Murasaki Shikibu said...

Elra: I think the taste of the food was quite genuine. Only the presentation was a bit 'French'!

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

So sorry you had to miss the event. The food looks wonderful.

taste traveller said...

The food looks fantastic! Good luck with the permit! I know it can be a pain :-(

Lori said...

That sucks. I am so sorry you could not go.

THe food looks wonderful.

Dorte said...

That must be so frustrating for you ... I'm sorry on your behalf - it looks like it was a very interesting and tasty event!