September in Dieppe

What’s new at Nest ?


 September glows in that special light of our Indian summer. The season is not quite over and visitors from all over the world – from the US to Australia – have spent time with us. Thank you for choosing Nest! It was a joy to get to know you and share our common passion for cooking.

What’s going on in the kitchen?

This month, on the menu of our cookbook:

Goat cheese crackers - Nest in Normandy Dieppe

Goat cheese crackers – Nest in Normandy Dieppe

 Goat cheese crackers

Cider farm chicken - Nest in Normandy Dieppe

Cider farm chicken – Nest in Normandy Dieppe

Cider farm chicken

Normand shortcake - Nest in Normandy Dieppe

Normand shortcake – Nest in Normandy Dieppe

Normand shortcake with caramelized apples

Click on the link to find the complete recipes on our website.
Bon appétit !

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Rhubarb and eggplant jam - Nest in Normandy Dieppe

Life in Normandy !

Pont Colbert

The Heritage Days will be held in Dieppe – and throughout France – on September 19 and 20.  Visits, exhibitions, conferences, concerts and performances. Everything is in place for you to spend an exciting weekend of discovery.

We’ve singled out 2 events for you:

On Saturday and Sunday, at 4 pm, discover the Colbert bridge, a feat of architecture and engineering, still in use since its construction in the 19thcentury. A magnificent heritage feature that is, however, threatened by destruction.

On Saturday, at 8.30 pm, be part of the commented walk, by candlelight, around the fishermen’s district of le Pollet.
There will truly be something for everyone during this festive weekend!

What else?
Plants in the garden - Nest in Normandy Dieppe

Come along to the Estran Comic Book Festival from October 2 – 4. Signing sessions, exhibitions, conferences are just some of the many activities at this festival that is entirely free!
September means the end of our summer vacations. Temperatures are dropping and you can water the garden less frequently. Now it’s time to make those geranium and rose cuttings. Think about planting your spring bulbs – daffodils in September and tulips in October. At the month end, it’ll be time to bring in the pot plants that have sent the summer out-of-doors. The trees in our forests will soon be aglow with the rich hues of fall. Make the most of this season by enjoying a walk amidst these glorious colors and recharging your batteries in nature.


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