Try out some of these traditional Dordogne Valley recipes and recreate the flavours you have tasted here, want to taste here, or dream about tasting here in the Dordogne Valley.

The Dordogne Valley in your kitchen

If you’re someone who tries something on holiday and then likes to recreate it in in the comfort of your holiday home or in your kitchen back home this page is for you. You may have tried these mouth-watering dishes on your visit, now you can try to make them in your very own kitchen. Below a selection of four iconic dishes from the Dordogne Valley.  Not too tricky and with easy to follow recipes. 

When visiting the Valley be sure to pick up the ingredients to try and make these dishes back home. If you are missing some, substitute them with the best you can find if you haven’t managed to acquire them while visiting !

The Halloween Soup
The Halloween Soup

Halloween's Soup

The Halloween Soup: Winter is coming and this autumnal soup is the perfect accompaniment for the season.

La Pescajoune de Marielle
Pescajoune

La Pescajoune de Marielle

Marielle's very own grandmother's recipe to make a Pescajoune, a traditional thick pancake from the Dordogne Valley.

Grandma Rose’s Foie Gras
Foie gras

Grandma Rose's Foie Gras

Leading Dordogne Valley chef Pablo reveals a secret recipe from his grandmother Rose. This is the real deal to make your own foie gras at home.

Foie Gras pané, Miel et Noix
Foie gras

Foie gras pané

Foie gras baked in bread crumbed walnuts and honey: Three local Dordogne Valley products are combined in perfect taste harmony.