Skip to main content

Information about our use of cookies

Our website uses cookies to distinguish you from other users and enhance your user experience. They also help us improve our site. By continuing to browse the site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

Learn more OK, I agree


Early Autumnal mornings are my favourite time to be out walking in the Orchard at Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons.  The calm and tranquillity of walking through the rows of trees heavily laden with fruit lets my mind wander over all the dishes I have created with these wonderful fruits over the years.

But, this time of year is not just about fruit. Mushroom season is upon us as well, and harvest time is perfect for starting your home bottling and preserving.

I have hand-picked some delicious autumn recipes for you to make at home for your loved ones. And, don’t forget to tag me in your photos on Instagram.

Bon appétit!

Simply Raymond is a collection of my favourite home-cooked recipes. These are dishes that mean the most to me - those that connect me with family and friends and bring back the most wonderful memories. This is cooking from my heart and my home, with dishes to add to your weekly repertoire, and others for special occasions.

I have a culinary challenge for you!

Here is the recipe for one of my classic desserts – Frozen Autumn Still Life.  It is a restaurant-level recipe that takes skill and determination – but the sense of accomplishment will be worth it.

If you’re looking for something a little simpler but just as special, I have also hand-picked my five seasonal star ingredients for this Autumn.  I’ve created a recipe showcasing each ingredient that I hope you will enjoy cooking for your loved ones at home.

Autumn Still Life dessert by Raymond Blanc

Frozen autumn still life recipe

Embodies my love of hunting and foraging

My Five Seasonal Stars


The spring pea


The spring pea


The spring pea


The spring pea


The spring pea

The spring pea

For more videos and clips, check out our channel on

Social Media

Follow Raymond Blanc

What’s happening in my world?