We’ve had a very successful season so far with amazing conditions and happy customers! Becky and Tony in Chalet Gentiane have continued to impress every guest with their brilliant culinary skills and desire to please, and Doug and Agnieszka have got off to a roaring start and are also satisfying every guest in the food department!
Now we’re offering the chance for more people to come and enjoy the Hugski experience. Book by the 20th March 2013 to get 15% off Easter prices.
Chalet Alpazure – 24th-31st March, 31st-7th April and 7th-14th April
Chalet Gentiane – 31st-7th April, 7th-14th April (with free transfers too)
A snapshot of the 2012 Menu Plan (which seems to be going down a treat!)
Muffins, smoothies, pancakes and your choice of eggs
Cardamom and white chocolate brownies
Starter: Mint baked feta, quinoa and beetroot salad
Main: Individual beef bourguignon pies with roasted vegetables and french beans
Dessert: White chocolate and blueberry cheesecake
See what our guests have had to say so far! http://www.hugskiholidays.com/our-services.php
To say i’ve been a bit slack on the blog is putting it mildly! The snows been too good and it’s difficult to take photos of food before it goes out, seeing as it needs to be warm! So, anyway, here are a few dishes you can come to expect in the chalet.
We’ve had really positive feedback from the guests, I leave you with the best quote so far!
The food was nothing short of amazing and was what has made this trip one of my most memorable skiing holidays. Every meal was not just delicious but also imaginative, beautifully presented and would rival any top restaurant. Fraser, 12th-16th Jan 2012
I promise to take some more photos and share recipes much more often on this blog*
* When it’s not snowing!
The quest for the ultimate menu plan continues. With canapés sorted, and a few secret starters decided upon i’ve skipped meals and gone straight to desserts.
Having not been much of a dessert lover until last season i’m now coming into my own, both making and eating them!
A dinner party on Saturday night gave me the perfect excuse to road test a few new ones out. The feedback seemed very good, so they’ve made the list and I can now confirm Hugski guests will be getting a selection of the below desserts;
– White chocolate and vanilla cheeskcakes
– White chocolate and passion fruit mousse in homemade chocolate cups
– Basil, raspberry and almond meringues
– Chocolate fondants
– Pear, blueberry and apple cobbler
– Chocolate orange torte
And many more… this is after afternoon tea so a lot of skiing needs to be done in the day!
At Hugski we’ll be doing canapes every night to enjoy with a glass or Kir Royal, or whatever you fancy. They’ll be ranging from flat breads with hallumi and a beetroot dip, to sushi rolls, risotto balls, parmesan short breads, chorizo puffs and other surprises. We also take requests!
1st October marked another wedding for some good friends of ours. But this one stands out particularly because we got to taste the delights of Ginger Snaps catering.
I’ve been cooking a lot this month (I promise!), but for my Autumn come back I wanted so show you a bit more inspiration and a few more items which you can come to expect on the ultimate menu plan!
Oh, and if your looking for wedding caterers in Scotland, you know where to go!
It seems canapes are my favourite thing at the moment, next post reveals more chalet creations…