The crepe or galette
Its appellation varies according
to the place of Brittany where it is enjoyed the crepe of black wheat or
galette is a pillar of the Breton gastronomy. Complete with ham, egg and cheese
or patty-sausage, go to the reception of the campsite for advice on the
creperies of the corner.
Salted butter caramel
Do not worry, you will not be
able to do without it. A little pleasure to enjoy with pancakes or spoon. You
will find them in all the local biscuits and you can even make it yourself at
Pancakes or pallets, the
cupcakes are enjoyed with a good coffee. The most famous are the galettes of
Pont-Aven. In Fouesnant, you can find them at the biscuit factory or on the
road to Bénodet, visit the Garrec biscuit factory.
The kouign amann
In Breton, kouign means
"cake" and amann "butter". Butter and sugar, here is the
kouign amman, but it is not so easy to achieve and requires a serious know-how.
Do not miss it !
The far breton
Nature, with apples or prunes,
you choose the one you prefer. It is made very easily at home. Here is the
recipe: 1 liter of whole milk, 6 eggs, 250 g flour, 250 g sugar, 200 g prunes
or apples (optional) and
Butter (salted !).
The Pâté Hénaff
International Pâté Hénaff star
has not changed anything about its famous pork recipe of origin since 1915. To
find out more, go to the Pâté Hénaff Maiden in Pouldreuzic, near Quimper.
The Breton cider
A fermented apple-based drink,
cider often accompanies pancakes. It can be crude, semi-dry, sweet, farmer or
organic. The best of Fouesnant is to be found at the grocery of the campsite or
directly with the producer a few steps from the campsite.
For lovers of beer, Brittany is
very rich and has many breweries everywhere. On the Concarneau side, discover
the Tri Martolod beer that you will not find in the supermarket or the brewery
Britt in Trégunc that you can even visit.