Strawberry And Cream

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#iGourmand #Lucito #LucPaquin #Food #Recipe #Strawberry #StrawberryAndCream #Consultant

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Strawberry And Cream

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Strawberry

The garden strawberry is a widely grown hybrid species of the genus Fragaria, collectively known as the strawberries, which are cultivated worldwide for their fruit. The fruit is widely appreciated for its characteristic aroma, bright red color, juicy texture, and sweetness. It is consumed in large quantities, either fresh or in such prepared foods as jam, juice, pies, ice cream, milkshakes, and chocolates.

Strawberry And Cream

An easy, no-cook, yet delicious treat that comes with history and tradition. Strawberries and cream have long been served at Wimbledon since the first tournament in 1877 and since Monday is the start of this 2 week tennis event, and the history.

It is believed that it was King George V who first brought strawberries and cream to Wimbledon in the early 1900. Strawberries were the only fruit available at the time and apparently strawberries were very fashionable to eat at that time. Nothing says summer has arrived in England more than the Wimbledon tennis championship. It is the highlight of the British summer social calendar and anyone who’s anyone will be attending.

Strawberry And Cream

Ingredient

  • 12 Strawberries
  • 4 tbsp Cream

Preparation

  • 1. 6 strawberries to each bowl
  • 2. Pour over the cream
  • 3. Serve

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Curriculum Vitae 2022

J. Luc Paquin 2022 – English & Español

Luc Paquin

Languages Spoken and Written: French, English and Spanish.

Citizenship: Canadian

Luc Paquin

https://www.jlpconsultants.com/luc/

English

https://www.jlpconsultants.com/JLPFoodWineCV2022Mk1a.pdf

Español

https://www.jlpconsultants.com/JLPComidaVinosCVMk2022a.pdf

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Lucito

Happy Birthday Normita

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Happy Birthday Normita

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Happy Birthday Normita

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Happy Birthday Normita

Shrimps

  • -Shrimps 1 Kg
  • -Mushroom
  • -Oliver Oil
  • -Basil
  • -Oregano
  • -Chives
  • -Garlic Powder
  • -Onion Powder
  • -White Pepper

Mango Pudding Lucito

  • -White Flour
  • -Dark Brown Sugar
  • -Coconut oil
  • -Maple Syrup
  • -Honey
  • -Brandy
  • -Dark Brown Sugar
  • -Large Egg
  • -Vanilla
  • -Baking Powder
  • -Salt
  • -Milk
  • -Grapefruit Juice
  • -Finely Shaved Lime Zests
  • -Mangos Peeled And Cubed

Tequila

  • -José Cuervo Especial Reposado
  • -Agave Azul
  • -Tequila Reposado

Peanut

Fusilli Lucito

  • -Butter
  • -Cheese
  • -Parmesan Cheese
  • -Heavy Cream
  • -Water
  • -Basil
  • -Oregano
  • -Chives
  • -Garlic Powder
  • -Onion Powder
  • -White Pepper
  • -Shrimps

Sparkling Wine

  • -Baron Maxime Brut Gold Réserve
  • -2016
  • -Sud de France
  • -Languedoc
  • -Pays D’Oc
  • -Mauzac 85%
  • -Chardonnay 15%

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Curriculum Vitae 2021

English
https://www.igourmand.com/cv/JLPFoodWineCV2021Mk1c.pdf

Español
https://www.igourmand.com/cv/JLPComidaVinosCVMk2021b.pdf

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Lucito

Lucito & Normita General Store

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#iGourmand #Lucito #Announcements #Art #Beer #Wine #Spirits #FoodDrinkIndustry #Books #Jewelry #Microcontrollers #Courses #Consultant #Zoom #VideoBlog

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Lucito & Normita General Store

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General Store

A general store is a rural or small-town store that carries a general line of merchandise. It carries a broad selection of merchandise, sometimes in a small space, where people from the town and surrounding rural areas come to purchase all their general goods. The store carries routine stock and obtains special orders from warehouses. General stores often sell staple food items such as milk and bread, and various household goods such as hardware and electrical supplies.

Luc’s grandfather had a general store in Canada. That general store sold beans, cigarette, tobacco, chips, candy, household, home appliance, clothing, shoes, tools, hardware, electrical, paints, fishings, sports equipment, firearms, etc…

Business Concept

This document is to outline a business concept that has been in the back of my mind for many years. The main reason that it is still in the back of my mind is that the project requires substantial commitments and financing and that I was always waiting to find a place where I wanted to settle down and for other projects to move forward to be able to start this one.

After postponing it for a couple of decades, I think that it is a good idea to bring it to the forefront and actually work on making it come through as the time seems right. This document is not a business plan, but a way to put all the ideas that have been turning in my head for so many years. I plan to present it to various people to see if the project makes sense and is worth investing substantial efforts in preparing a formal business plan and finding proper financing.

Lucito: Canadian
Normita: Mexican

Lucito & Normita General Store

  • -Books
  • -Graphic Design
  • -Jewelry
  • -Painting
  • -Prints
  • -Digital Prints
  • -Drawing
  • -Illustration
  • -Sculpture
  • -Fruit Preserves
  • -Bread
  • -Chocolate
  • -Candy
  • -Cheese
  • -Ham
  • -Coffee
  • -Tea
  • -Sauces
  • -Herbes
  • -Home Appliance
  • -Electronic
  • -Cabinetry
  • -Furniture
  • -Microcontrollers
  • -Robotics
  • -Essences
  • -Incenses
  • -Candles
  • -Clothing
  • -Cooking Courses
  • -Beer Courses
  • -Wine Courses
  • -Jewelry Courses
  • -Painting Courses
  • -English and Spanish Courses
  • -Electronic, Microcontrollers, Robotics Courses
  • -Tutoring
  • -Computer-Based Tutoring
  • -Webinars
  • -Etc…

Phase Investment

  • -Mexico or Canada
  • -Requirement Analysis
  • -Investors
  • -Internationally
  • -Opening Costs
  • -Moving
  • -Kitchen Equipment
  • -Kitchen Table and Chairs
  • -Refrigerators
  • -Range
  • -Incidentals
  • -Rent
  • -Electricity
  • -Gaz
  • -Water
  • -Internet
  • -Web Hosting
  • -Telephone
  • -Cellulars
  • -Accountant
  • -Lawyer
  • -Transportation
  • -Marketing
  • -Etc…

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English
https://www.igourmand.com/cv/JLPFoodWineCV2021Mk1c.pdf

Español
https://www.igourmand.com/cv/JLPComidaVinosCVMk2021b.pdf

Web: https://www.igourmand.com/
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Lucito

Seared Crispy Skin Duck Breast (2020 June)

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Duck Breast

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Duck Breast

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Duck Breast

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Seared Crispy Skin Duck Breast

Ingredients

2 Duck Breast
2 tsp Ground Ginger
2 tbp Ground Paprika
2 tsp Ground Cinnamon
2 tsp Honey
Honey
Himalayan Pink Salt & Black Pepper
Olive Oil Extra Virgin

Preparation

1. Dry the duck breasts with a paper towel paper.
2. Score the duck skin with sharp knife, making sure to not cut into the flesh.
3. Season the duck breasts on both sides with ginger, paprika, honey, salt and pepper.
4. Preheat the oven to 400F (200C).
5. Starting with a cold olive oil and pan, place the duck breasts skin side down.
6. Cook for 12-15 minutes over medium heat.
7. Flip the breasts over and sear the other side for 1 minute.
8. Flip to the skin side down, and transfer the skillet to the oven.
9. Roast for 4 minutes for medium-rare
10. Caramelization is the browning of honey, a process used extensively in cooking for the resulting sweet nutty flavor and brown color.
11. Rest the duck skin-side and honey up for 10 minutes.

Wine

  • -Arrogant Frog
  • -Sud de France
  • -Languedoc
  • -Pays D’Oc
  • -Pinot Noir

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English
https://www.igourmand.com/cv/JLPFoodWineCV2021Mk1c.pdf

Español
https://www.igourmand.com/cv/JLPComidaVinosCVMk2021b.pdf

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Lucito

iGourmand – Gastronomy and Luxury Goods Business

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iGourmand

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A Concept for a New Kind of Gastronomy and Luxury Goods Business

This document is to outline a business concept that has been in the back of my mind for many years. The main reason that it is still in the back of my mind is that the project requires substantial commitments and financing and that I was always waiting to find a place where I wanted to settle down and for other projects to move forward to be able to start this one.

After postponing it for a couple of decades, I think that it is a good idea to bring it to the forefront and actually work on making it come through as the time seems right. This document is not a business plan, but a way to put all the ideas that have been turning in my head for so many years. I plan to present it to various people to see if the project makes sense and is worth investing substantial efforts in preparing a formal business plan and finding proper financing.

What is missing in most gastronomy business?

For a large part of my live I have been living in areas where the local availably of high-end or gourmet food, wine, beer, spirits and luxury items was at best spotty. You could find some of the things required for gourmet cooking and luxury items in some places, but availability was always difficult, so I normally did my ‘luxury’ shopping when I was traveling to cities where they were available. I remember when I was living in Sudbury, in Northern Ontario; I used to make infrequent trips to Montreal to load up on things from the wine cellar to the kitchen and more. In those days Montreal was always a better choice than Toronto as more was available and at a better price.

The main problem with these trips was finding the time to hit all the right shops in a reasonable amount of time. A typical trip to Montreal would start by me stopping at a large shop that specialized in tableware and cooking tools. I normally picked up some crystal glasses and a variety of kitchen gadgets there. The next step was to stop at the fancy wine, beer, liquor store downtown, the “Maison des Vins” and load up on everything I could find from champagnes, wines, beer, Armagnac, and whatever else I could find. While downtown I would stop at my favorite cigar shop, and also do a bit of shopping for luxury items. I would also visit Chinatown for all my Chinese cooking needs. On my way out of town I would pick up 12 dozen bagels at the Fairmont bagel factory. Next stop was my butcher to pick up some fresh vacuum-packed foie gras, and stop at a nice fish place where I would get some frozen scampi, assorted seafood, smoked salmon, some canned foie gras, oscietra and beluga caviar, truffles, and whatever else I needed back home. I normally drove back to Sudbury straight from the shopping trip several thousands of dollars poorer, but I had my luxury supplies for the next 3-6 months.

This was over 38 years ago and even back in those days I was always thinking that somebody should put together a proper gourmet, luxury item shop so that people looking for the best could have a one stop place to go for all of their needs. Some large department stores offer a lot of those items, but normally at a huge premium and choice can be spotty in periods outside of the holiday season. Another problem with most large department stores is that they do not normally group these various items in a way that is shopper friendly and you end up going up and down the store with heavy bags to do all of your shopping.

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English
https://www.igourmand.com/cv/JLPFoodWineCV2021Mk1c.pdf

Español
https://www.igourmand.com/cv/JLPComidaVinosCVMk2021b.pdf

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Lucito