Elisa shows how to properly ignite your gas oven on your Lacanche range.
Posts By: Carrie Alexander
Elisa explains how to use the Traditional French Plate, also known as a simmer plate.
When we all get together for lunch at Art Culinaire, we often choose comfort foods to cook and share. For me, that means elevated and locally sourced versions of some of our family favorites, like whole roasted organic free-range chicken done simply, yet delicious; or scratch mac and cheese made with local Pacific Northwest cheddar… Read more »
We love warm breakfast goodies on a cold, snowy day. These are quick and simple to make, if you have a few key ingredients on hand. I like to keep some citrus extracts in the pantry, and frozen blueberries and cherries in the freezer. Feel free to substitute the blueberries for another fruit and the… Read more »
One of the truly wonderful things about choosing a Lacanche range that suits your individual cooking style and entertaining needs is all of the versatile options available. Since my husband is a winemaker, we like to host small dinners in our home and open up lots of great wines from different regions. We recently remodeled… Read more »
This week I decided to try making pancakes on the plancha on my Chagny 1400 Lacanche range. I started out by grabbing a recipe out of “Big Bad Breakfast” by James Beard Award winning Chef John Currence – “Silver Dollar and Short Stack Buttermilk Pancakes.” The recipe is perfect for super light and fluffy pancakes… Read more »
Recently Elisa visited lovely Lacanche Owner Amy Cupp and the two of them cooked an incredible meal consisting of Gruyère and Tomato Tart, Roasted Chicken with Vegetables, Asparagus and Rice. Happy Cooking!
Our motto here at Art Culinaire is “Bringing Your Family Back to the Table,” and what better way to do that than to visit a cooking school that allows you to learn new skills, while cooking on a Lacanche Range! We know of several different opportunities for doing just that. For example: AA Cooks –… Read more »
Lacanche owner Kerry Valentine recently traveled to France with a couple of friends for a tour of art, wine and food. The trip began in Provence, where they spent two days in the Avignon area, visiting Arles for the Van Gogh walk and then wine tasting in the Cote du Rhone region with transplanted American… Read more »