SuCré SaLé, Sweet and salty in English. This combination of tastes is not often found in French cooking/cuisine, except for ‘rabbit with prunes’ and ‘canard à l’orange’ and is found more frequently in other countries. How to cook. a fashionable sweet and salty Techno recipe: Take a good soft Kick and simmer in a light reverb effect. Add high hat, crashes and percussions. Sprinkle a good pinch of Balkanique groove. Melt a good motivating base and add it to the mixture. Add the nappees, A few vocals freshly recorded and two returns. Cover in breadcrumbs and let it cook as long as a Rakia.Taste!Nick Tones & Romano Giorgio are ‘sweet and salty’. One is not a ham and the other is perhaps a little bit more. You eat one of them and also the other but you shouldn’t.The duo « SuCré SaLé » is the result of two Deejays/Producers and also by default, friends, who came together for the pleasure that electronic music gives them. With a rhythm House and ‘minimalist, the two friends write their story via their travels which they try to transcribe for the better and the worse. A subtle mixture of percussions, and tribal sounds finely combined with a Techno Blanquette. A guaranteed trip during their sets which will bowl you over just like a tarte tatin which is still hot.