There is also plenty of debate about whether the apples should be chopped or sliced!The most common recipe for Gâche Melée uses suet, although there is another version without it!
A mature, vibrant and innovative international finance centre, Guernsey’s reputation for the provision of international trust and corporate services is well established and the island has become the jurisdiction of choice for an increasing number of leading fund promoters.
The Island’s reputation is protected by financial legislation and regulations which have been recognised as being of the highest standards by global authorities including the International Monetary Fund, the Financial Action Task Force and the United Kingdom government.
Guernsey is quite simply one of the most stable, experienced and well regarded international finance centres.
Excess of anything grown, from vegetables to flowers, is put out on the hedge with an honesty box, displaying a sense of trust often lost in the modern world.
For a real taste of what the local community is all about, head to Le Viaer Marchi, a celebration of all things Guernsey, and a must see for those who love cultural holidays.