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<> Satellite Coffee open for dinner!

Our friends at Satellite Coffee in Morzine are now open for dinner and we love it! They are serving up their treats every Friday and Saturday evening on the Rue du Bourg at their coffee shop. Open between 18h00 and 21h30 the menu has a pan-Asian slant serving things like Korean Lettuce Tacos and Lebanese […]

<> Lemon Drizzle Cupcakes

This lemon drizzle cupcake recipe has been on the Tasty Ski menu since 2012 with no plans to take it off any time soon! Our secret with this recipe is to prick lots of holes in the cupcakes as soon as they are out of the oven then immediately pour over the drizzle. The holes and […]

<> New Coulouvrier Chairlift Samoens and Morillon

Some fantastic news for the Morillon and Samoens ski area! The Lift Pass office have announced that the new Coulouvrier chairlift linking Samoens and Morillon will be ready and open for winter season 2017/18. For those of you who have experienced the queues of the Chariande Express and the rickety old Lanche chairlift this news is […]

<> London to the Alps by Train

London to the Alps by Train At Tasty HQ we have been in the ski game for a number of years now. One of the biggest improvements during our time in the Alps is the number of flights that fly directly to Geneva from multiple UK airports. Competition amongst airlines has increased and prices have […]

<> 10 Tips for your First Ski Trip

10 Top Tips for your First Ski Trip 1. Bring sun cream – Chances are it will be pretty cold during your ski holiday. However you will still return with a sun tan as the European Alps see a lot of sunshine during the winter, particularly in March and April. The rays are also stronger […]

<> Does El Nino mean more snow for the Alps?

Does El Nino mean more snow for the Alps? El Nino appears to be a hot topic for the Tabloid Press at the moment. Depending on where you live there is a lot to be excited / scared about. Climatologists are predicting a monster El Nino this year, possibly the second biggest on record. But […]

<> Pain Perdu

Pain Perdu with Maple Syrup (serves 8) The french love brioche and love cinnamon. It follows that Pain Perdu is a bit of a favourite in France. There is not really any difference between Pain Perdu and French Toast and with a little bit of research it appears that neither originate from France. However Paid […]

<> Butternut Squash Foam

Butternut Squash Foam Recipe (serves 8) Butternut Squash Foam is a Tasty Ski classic and something we have been serving as a canapé for the last 5 years. It is one of the few dishes that has stayed on the menu since we began many bluebirds ago. We serve the butternut foam in little spherical […]

<> What is Ski Touring?

What is ski touring? Ski touring is essentially skiing without the lifts! It may sound like hard work but it is a great way to explore a mountain range in the winter otherwise not reachable through the ski lift system. ‘Skins’ are attached to the bottom of the skis which can grip the snow so […]

<> Property Development Service

During the summer months The Tasty Ski Company operate a property development service. If you are considering purchasing a property in France then we are currently in an extremely exciting investment period. Our most recent project in Morzine (purchased in June 2014 and completed in December 2014) has seen a 60% return on capital. This […]