Tastes of Provence

Ceviche Provencal and scocca @cooknwithclass
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottRecipesTaste

Ceviche Provencal Served with Socca

recipe by Cook’n with Class combines the flavours of the Mediterranean with South America. The fresh, citrusy ceviche is served on a layer of hummus and a touch of Nice cuisine rounds out the dish with traditional socca (chickpea flour “pancake”). The combination of flavours in Ceviche Provencal Served with Socca is perfect for a shared appetizer or as a lunch dish.

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Terrine De BouilleAbaisse #GeraldPassedat (c) RichardHaughton
RecipesTaste

Recipe for Bouillabaisse Terrine by Gérald Passedat

recipe for Bouillabaisse Terrine is from Gérald Passedat’s new cookbook Flavors From The French Mediterranean. This master chef turns this Provencal seafood dish – originally a fisherman’s meal made with the unsold fish parts – into a beautiful new variation on the dish.

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Croque Madame @DavidScottAllen
David Scott AllenRecipesTaste

Classic Bistro Sandwich Croque Monsieur and Madame

The ingredients are few for this dish – pain de mie (I really think the bread must be pain de mie – and never sour dough; anyone in France want to weigh in?), ham, cheese, béchamel sauce, and mustard. There are (if you look online) hundreds of recipes, each with a slight variation: the cheese in the béchamel or the cheese on top; mustard on both pieces of bread, or just one side; toast the bread, grill the sandwich, bake it, broil it, or a hybrid. Basically, they all work!

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Living in Provence

Visit to lourmarin @ShutrsSunflowrs
Caroline LongstaffeExplore

A video visit to Lourmarin

Contributor blog post by Caroline Longstaff: Discover the enchantment of this fairy tale village in Provence’s Luberon. Visit its medieval château and enjoy a musical soirée under its rafters. Meander Lourmarin’s chic boutiques, galleries and restaurants, and fabulous Friday market. Explore the stunningly beautiful Luberon region. Its captivating perched villages, sprawling …

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Abrivado in Uzes Fete Votive @bfblogger2015
Barefoot BloggerCurrent EventsExplore

Summer’s in Full Swing in the South of France

Contributor blog post by Deborah Bine: Tourism in France is down from the norm some say. In Uzes and the villages in the south of France that I’ve visited recently, it’s hard to tell. There’s lots going on and plenty of people around to enjoy it all. Fete Votive in …

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Carrieres-de-Lumieres-LesBaux-@ModernTrobadors
Current EventsExploreModern TrobadorsUnique Experiences

Marc Chagall at the Carrières de Lumières: Extraordinary

Contributor blog post by Susan Manfull: The Carrières de Lumières defy description. One could say (aptly) that it is a multi-media extravaganza—about 100 projectors casting 3,000 images on walls as high as 14 meters, spilling onto the ceiling and the floor, and choreographed perfectly with music ringing out from about …

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Street Art #Marseille #Provence @PerfProvence
ExploreGinger and Nutmeg

ABCs of Street Art Around the World

Contributor blog post by Nutmeg: Nutmeg has long held a fascination for street art and its covert, daring, brash, temporary, loud, in-your-face style of self-expression. So far removed from stuffy galleries and permanent, curated collections. Nutmeg compiled an ABC list of street art terms in order understand this open-air pursuit, and …

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Cycling in Provence @VaucluseDreamer
Active ProvenceExploreJulie Whitmarsh

Luberon Cycling from Sade to Saignon

Contributor blog post by Vaucluse Dreamer: In a little over a week’s time my hubby and boys will set off from our home on Dartmoor to cycle through France, hopefully arriving safe and well after about 18 days in Sete. They’ll be cycling just over 1500km in that time, not quite …

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Summertime in Provence #TastesofProvence #WinesofProvence @TableenProvence
Active ProvenceExplorePaula Kane

Summertime in Provence

Contributor blog post by Paula Kane: Blue skies and rosé – this is Provence. Wow. Just wow. This is what summer is supposed to be. ++30 and sun everyday. Isn’t it? At least it’s my idea of summer and I am finally getting it. My first week is always rather …

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