The Guardian – Jay Rayner
Regis Crepy, the chef behind Suffolk restaurants Maison Bleu in Bury-St-Edmunds and the Great House at Lavenham, has a new online venture with his son Alex, called Amelie, named after his daughter. They’re selling kits for making flam-kuche, a square, ingredient-topped flatbread with its origins in 14th-century Alsace, which is on nodding terms with a pizza. Each kit contains four bases and toppings, with the likes of mozzarella, olives and pepperoni, for £18.95 (plus shipping) or goat’s cheese, caramelised onions, beetroot and pine nuts, for £19.95. For those in Cambridge, they also operate out of the Grafton Centre (ameliestore.co.uk).
Read the online article on Jay Rayner’s article December 20, News Bites at the bottom of the page.