Catering with Class – Cinema Quebecois at Deleuze Rochetin

July26, 2019
by Yetunde Oshodi-Fraudeau

Did you know that chef Eric lived a good 10 years in Montréal, Canada? It was, as he puts it, one of the best times of his life. While he has now gotten a lot more comfy with the warmer weather of the south of France, and thankfully, no more shoveling snow, Québec still holds a special place in his heart.

This past month, we were asked by our friends at the organic winery, Deleuze Rochetin if we might be interested in catering a small event of about 60 people this Summer. They hosted a Québecois movie night in the coolness of their wine cellar. This invitation to join them on this cinematic journey was appealing on two fronts: While in Canada, Eric did some catering in addition to his regular executive cheffing work and also he much enjoyed the idea of showcasing some of the flavors of Québec and introducing them in fusion with the taste of Provence.

So it was on July 19th after two days of preparation, that Eric, Samantha, and myself, enticed an eager public with some very delicious eats:

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An evening at the movies with Deleuze Rochetin & Cook’n With Class Uzès

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Yetunde Oshodi-Fraudeau

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Yetunde Oshodi-Fraudeau heads Sales & Marketing for Cook’n With Class. An avid cook, who also obtained a diploma in the culinary arts, she is a lover of travel & photography. After selling her successful Paris-based business, she now works full-time for both Paris & Uzès schools.


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