"Pépito® crunchers, nostalgic for Dinausorus®, compulsive Pim's® eaters, hello! Lovers of Wednesday snacks, Nutella® fans, addicted to Papi Brossard®, welcome here! Croustibat® lovers, pretzel lovers and loyal fans of Strawberry Yop®, you're in luck too! "The tone is set for La Super Supérette.com, winner of the 2012 Golden Blog Awards.
The 3rd edition of the Golden Blog Awards, held at the Marie de la Marie City Hall in Paris last November, rewarded Mélanie Guéret, a 26-year-old graphic designer, and Lucie de la Héronière, a 24-year-old journalist (writing notably for Slate magazine's blog on eating well) who won the best blog award in the gastronomy category for "La Super Supérette", their colourful blog composed of furiously regressive recipes with the flavours of our childhood.
A consecration for these two young women recognized for their talent (and their gourmandise) by Internet users, professionals in the culinary sector and former winners of the Golden Globe Awards!
It has to be said that the unusual, stylish and original recipes of La Super Supérette are tempting: chocolate and hazelnut spread (without palm oil), caramel custard flans, fast food burgers, light chips... But beware, in the realm of gourmet food, the blog only offers "home-made"!
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Inspired by the sweet and savoury delicacies of the agri-food industry, the two bloggers propose for a growing number of industrial products with the flavours of our childhood and the must-have treats on our cupboards, the alternative recipe to easily reproduce them at home. With a privileged "target": the so-called "secret" recipes of the biggest industrial brands - from Bounty® to Nutella®, Danette®, Pims® (our photo), Napolitain®, Vico® chips, Heinz® ketchup or Big Mac®... Something to satisfy all gourmets!
Their message is clear: "You like sweets lovingly prepared (hum) by food giants... Well, we do too. It's delicious, comforting, nourishing and often regressive! But, as everyone will have noticed, it's sometimes not very appetizing these ingredients with weird names or unknown origins added in a recipe that can be very simple, isn't it?
So we tried to reproduce these industrial treats in our kitchenettes, just with good ingredients, normal ovens and a few utensils. Pure home made. A great challenge for La Super Supérette! »
What more can I say?!