Cod cooked Cézanne’s way, Monet’s Yorkshire pudding and bouillabaisse – a dish he served Renoir – and other recipes inspired by the Impressionist painter’s garden at Giverny

Not knowing much about the personal life of famous artists, I wasn’t aware that Claude Monet was a food lover who kept a 1-hectare (2.5-acre) garden near his home in the village of Giverny, in Normandy, France. I guess I never thought about what happened to the quinces, melons, grapes and other fruit after the artist had finished painting them – they went down his throat, it seems!Authors Aileen Bordman and Derek Fell delve into the artist’s love of food in their book Monet’s Palate Cookbook –…

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