We invite you to savour the recipes of Walloon cuisine – family secrets from our grandmothers, passed down from generation to generation.
More than just moules-frites
In case you haven’t heard, Belgium boasts some of the best cooking in the world. But what do Belgians really eat and drink when they’re at home with their families and friends gathered around the table?
The answer is that they reproduce the same, unpretentious food that their grandmothers produced effortlessly in their simple kitchens.
Walloon classics include ‘chicons au gratin’, Liège meatballs and something called ‘pork chops in mud’ from Mons, but if you venture to all five provinces of Wallonia, you’ll discover wonderful terrines, waffles, tarts and pies.
Here are a few mouth-watering ideas before you travel to Wallonia.
So ... bon voyage and bon appétit!