Saturday, August 24th, 2019

Great meals delivered direct to your holiday accommodation in the French Alps

If you like to staying in the French Alps – whether it be a lakes and mountains holiday in the summer or a ski trip in the winter – here is a service which will greatly appeal to anyone staying in self-catering accommodation

THEY say there is no such things as a free lunch, writes My Sevenoaks Community publisher & editor Frank Baldwin – and this was the case when I was invited to sample the fantastic food on offer through Huski, the company that delivers delicious meals prepared in the French Alps direct to your accommodation.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Some of the guests who sampled the Huski menu.

This year Huski, which delivers to more than 250 resorts, is working with the travel agency Skiline to offer self-catering clients the option of booking prepared meals as part of their ski trips. But the service is also available during the summer for people on a lakes and mountains holiday.

And I can vouch to the fact the food is of a very high standard. I sampled wild mushroom pate, hoisin duck, mini salmon Wellington, and butternut squash with goats cheese as starters, tucked into a selection of the main courses which included roasted red pepper and tomato soup, tartiflette, chicken Savoyarde, and vegetable lasagne, and finished off by trying the chocolate tort and cherry almond tart – and believe me, this is just a small selection of what’s on offer on the Huski menu which also caters for all dietary requirements.

To find out more go to the Huski website at: hu.ski

After all that food I thought it only polite to offer to help Huski chef Nick Casey and Skiline’s Angus Kinloch with the washing up – the only trouble was, they accepted my offer!

* … I would have taken some pics of the food to make your mouth water – but we ate it all before I had the chance! However, our tasting session was caught on film which we’ll post as soon as it is edited.

KITCHEN SINK DRAMA: Frank Baldwin (centre) with Huski chef Nick Casey and Skiline’s Angus Kinloch.

 

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