Béatrice Peltre is the author of the award-winning food blog La Tartine Gourmande (latartinegourmande.com), in which she shares anecdotes about her life, with food at the center of it all. She works as a food writer, stylist, and photographer, and regularly teaches food styling and photography workshops around the world. She was born and raised in a small rural village in northeastern France, in a family where food and its traditions played an essential role—this background has given her a deep respect for beautiful organic homemade food.
Her first cookbook, La Tartine Gourmande: Recipes for an Inspired Life (Roost 2012), has been featured in national and international publications, including the New York Times, the Boston Globe, Saveur, Whole Living, Fine Cooking, and many more, as well as on the Martha Stewart Show. She lives in Boston with her husband, Philip, her daughter, Lulu, and her baby son, Rémy.
Chef Emily Clark describes her experience of making a lunch menu inspired by Béatrice Peltres My French Family Table for the Makerie, a creative workshop held in Boulder, Colorado
Earlier this spring, Ali DeJohn, founder of The Makerie, hosted a workshop featuring...