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L’Epicerie propose aux Valentinois et aux clients de la maison Pic des produits de qualité que j’ai sélectionnés ou imaginés avec le plus grand soin.

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Wine cellar, patisserie and caterer all in one, here you will find cakes created by the bakers of the Maison Pic, confitures from my own recipes, verrines Daily Pic, wines and spirits chosen by sommeliers, charcuterie and cheese.

An abundant offer to satisfy all ages !

A UNIQUE SETTING

An épicerie conceived as a treat, first for the delight of the eyes, where each taste can be satisfied, for gourmet outings of any size.

les délicieuses créations

Anne-Sophie Pic’s Jams

Les épices

les thés

Les confitures

Les chocolats

Anne-Sophie Pic’s
favourite spices

TURMERIC

I love the warm yellow dress of this spice which I employ in both my dishes and desserts.

This beautiful yellow spice once used in Indian textiles, comes from an herbaceous plant whose rootstock is dried and ground, although in India they also consume it fresh, cut into fine slices. It possesses a delicate peppery perfume, musky and slightly acrid. Related to black pepper, curcumin, the main active ingredient in turmeric, has amplified therapeutic and anti-inflammatory effects. Turmeric is thus good to eat and good for you…

I have been working with this spice for a long time since its gentle warm taste is marvellous companion to one of my favourite ingredients : eggs ! Indeed, its dense and refined flavour diffused in a creamed sauce then cooled in a siphon in the refrigerator delights a poached egg and few Parisian mushrooms sautéed in a touch of butter… Turmeric also complements chestnuts, shellfish or carrots. The pairing of citrus-turmeric is a truly remarkable juxtaposition. In terms of taste, Turmeric is reminiscent of Matcha, is very mild—although it possesses a slight bitterness—and is a perfect complement to a citrus based dessert.

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TEA COLLECTION

Anne-Sophie Pic’s Jams

This collection was born from a meeting between Anne-Sophie and Maki Maruyama of the Jugetsudo house of Tea. Fascinated by Japan and Japanese gastronomy, Anne-Sophie is a prolific drinker of tea. At 20 years old, she discovered Matcha tea on a trip to Japan, and since then, has utilized it often in her cooking. Beyond Matcha tea, she is interested in all Japanese green teas, such as the Genmaïcha, the Gyokuro and the Sencha, to list a few. What attracts Anne-Sophie to green tea is that contrary to black tea it does not go through a process of fermentation, which gives it its subtle, delicate, but also green, and extremely fresh side, which develops a slight bitterness and acidity, even… salty.

Through our exchanges grew the idea of a collection which would reflect my culinary imagination, composed of unique associations of flavours and aromatic complexity. I have matched green teas with some of my favourite ingredients such as bohojicha with coffee from the Amaro mountains, genmaicha with Tonka bean, or even sencha and smoked vanilla.

New Jams

Anne-Sophie Pic’s Jams

This collection is born from Anne-Sophie Pic’s desire to express her culinary universe through a daily gourmet product: jam. Since her youth, Anne-Sophie remembers the taste of jam at breakfast, those we spread in copious layers across buttery, toasted bread. Jam is a morning treat, or an afternoon snack, it is the expression of fruit at all times of the year, it’s the sweet note that lifts a cheese or a foie-gras.
She loves associating fruit with spices, spirits, aromatic plants, to unleash the palette of flavours.

4 NEW TREATS

Anne-Sophie Pic’s Jams

This collection is born from Anne-Sophie Pic’s desire to express her culinary universe through a daily gourmet product: jam.

Since her youth, Anne-Sophie remembers the taste of jam at breakfast, those we spread in copious layers across buttery,
toasted bread. Since her youth, Anne-Sophie remembers the taste of jam at breakfast, those we spread in copious layers across buttery, toasted bread. Jam is a morning treat, or an afternoon snack, it is the expression of fruit at all times of the year, it’s the sweet note that lifts a cheese or a foie-gras. She loves associating fruit with spices, spirits, aromatic plants, to unleash the
palette of flavours.

ANNE-SOPHIE PIC
CREATES HER CHOCOLATE

Anne-Sophie Pic wanted a chocolate with three dimensions that reveals itself over time, and which reflects her culinary identity. A chocolate that develops a first approach then reveals other notes. A bit like a perfume that is described by it olfactive notes. Then come the notes from the heart which prolong their freshness and announce the warmth of the deeper notes, Then come the notes from the heart which prolong their freshness and announce the warmth of the deeper notes, the latter being those that linger. Anne-Sophie Pic thus asked Valrhona to create a chocolate made from the mixtures of several vintages.
Son chocolat possède une attaque acide marquée qui est ensuite sublimée par des notes boisées et végétales pour terminer sur une belle astringence. Anne-Sophie Pic asked Valrhona to create a chocolate made from the mixtures of several vintages.
Her chocolate possesses a marked acidic attack which then succumbs to wooded and earthy notes ending on a beautiful astringency.

Gift box collections

Gift box collections
ANNE-SOPHIE PIC’S COLLECTION

The collections are gift boxes intended
to be great gifts or treats just for you.
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