Dive into the heart of the traditional manufacture of Japanese knives! A story without words!
Japanese sharpening demonstration on Thursday, November 14, from 3pm to 6pm
Descendant of an old noble family of Vendée, ruined by the French revolution, Eugene de Hillerin took his family name into the world of hardware and trading in Paris. Visionary with a strong character, this great worker laid the first foundations of the brand in the district of Halles where he lived and where he knew everyone.
Traditionally of large capacity, the marmite is used to cook large quantities of food with water, including pasta or rice, to simmer soups and dishes...
The casserole is certainly the most common utensil in a kitchen... It would be used since the 14th century to cook soups and all preparations that can't be skewered.