I'm A Wanderer

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I'm A Wanderer

After our first bio newsletter in July about Al and Hannah from The Cauldron, we are going to introduce Kat and Stig's story to you today. They are two of the people who have the longest history with YSE Ski. But how did they end up in Val d'Isère, what makes them passionate about their job and what are their future plans in the industry? Here's a brief insight into their interesting paths, which since October they walk together as one of the happiest married couples we know!

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Paradise City

Paradise City

As much as we are looking forward to coming back to Val d'Isère to work the winter season with YSE Ski, we can't deny the joy of having a little time off after a busy summer. Being very passionate about food, you can imagine that we are happy for any excuse we can get to explore regional foods wherever we are. This week we have certainly hit a highlight with a few days in San Sebastian.

The Final Countdown

The Final Countdown

And all of a sudden it's the end of summer - a very eventful summer for us, spending time all over Europe. Wonderful weeks in Val teaching our first students at the YSE Cookery School, then off to several summer assignments that led us to a restaurant in Glasgow, the stunning island of Mykonos in Greece, several joyous weddings in the UK, and to a surf competition in Hossegor on the French Atlantic Coast.

New York, Rio, Tokyo

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New York, Rio, Tokyo

A few years ago, a friend gave me a book to read. "My Berlin Kitchen" by Luisa Weiss. I have travelled with this book in tow for a very long time until I now finally had the chance to read it. I enjoyed Luisa's story about growing up in different countries, and could very much relate to her feeling torn between more than one "home" and having different circles of loved ones that usually never get together. The best part about the book though is the reminder that food can always take you to the home you need most at the time.

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It's Been A Hard Day's Night

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It's Been A Hard Day's Night

So here it is - the first newsletter after the summer holiday season. Which hopefully means a whole lot of wonderful and sunny days for you, and it was a few very busy weeks for us! We had the cookery course in Val d'Isère which was a great success with many lovely memories, we went to work in Greece for three weeks and we catered for a family wedding in Gloucestershire.

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Everywhere You Go, Always Take The Weather With You

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Everywhere You Go, Always Take The Weather With You

This summer's cookery courses have just finished - and off we go to our next assignment! We will work on the beautiful Greek island of Mykonos from Wednesday for the rest of the month. Therefore the Monday Morning Meeting will go "on holiday" for a little while.

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Ain't No Mountain High Enough

Ain't No Mountain High Enough

While we are here in Val d'Isère, it's impossible not to talk about the magic of this place. You may know it from winter, but summer is a completely different universe - fun-filled, vibrant, bright and colourful. The summer season is very short with only two months of mountain activities. So we might as well make the most of it and talk about it while it lasts!

Something Got Me Started

Something Got Me Started

Our newsletter isn't only about delicious food, interesting ingredients or the diversity of Val d'Isère in summer. We also like to introdcue to you some life stories that are inspired by food, cooking and a passion for life. This week we are introducing Al and Hannah and how a couple of seasons with YSE Ski in Val d'Isère got them started on their very exciting journey.

And the winner is.....

And the winner is.....

A little while ago, we asked you to accept our challenge of cooking a Pad Thai. We had a few entries and today are happy to present our winning dishes!

Fields of Gold

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Fields of Gold

What if I told you that we were going to use gold leaves to decorate our food - you'd probably be wondering, if we're actually wasting your money?! So no - we're not.

We do make saffron risotto though, - and would you ever consider calling us crazy for this? ..............

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