Chicken Pot Pie
Gary and Jane LangtonMain CoursePoultryRecipesTaste

A Recipe Variation for Deconstructed Chicken Pot Pie

Think simple. Think quick. All the taste and comfort of a traditional chicken pot pie style casserole with much less time and effort.

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Saffron Harvest Provence Tastes Provence @PerfProvence
AixcentricLocal ProducersTaste

Wild about Saffron in Provence

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: The number of local farmers producing saffron in Provence is increasing – it used to be widely grown in the south of France but phylloxera wiped it out early in the last century – so it is good to see that it is being produced once …

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Le Petit Café Oppede le Vieux
Cheryl ShufflebothamRestaurant ReviewsTaste

Le Petit Café in Oppède-le-Vieux Takes the Cake

Contributor blog post by Cheryl Shfflebotham: There’s no doubt that the food in Provence is amazing. So each year, we like to award a restaurant for the best food of the trip. We have our favorites—Le Fournil in Bonnieux, les Remparts in Venasque, la Bergerie in Maubec, and la Terrasse in …

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Provencal Braised Chicken Cannellini Beans
David Scott AllenMain CoursePoultryRecipesTaste

Provencal Braised Chicken with Cannellini Beans and Chard

David to turn on his oven to make this Provencal Braised Chicken. The chard and cannellini beans alongside the chicken make for a colourful dish that will have your tastebuds thinking of Tuscany or Provence.

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Wild Mushroom Risotto @Masdaugustine
Gary and Jane LangtonMain CourseRecipesTasteVegetarian

A Wild Mushroom Risotto Recipe after the Market

Celebrate mushroom season with a creamy al dente risotto highlighting those wild mushrooms. Enhanced with pancetta, shallots and crisp white wine, and garnished with sharp, salty Parmesan and fresh herbs.

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Tart of Provencal Pears and Chocolate
DessertGary and Jane LangtonPies & TartsRecipes

Easy Tart Provencal Pears and Chocolate

This is a really easy recipe for a scrummy chocolate tart and the addition of the pears offsets the richness of the dark chocolate. Better still, the whole dessert can be prepared the day before and kept in the fridge.

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Eygalieres market Butternut Squash Soup
RecipesSoupTaste

Easy Fall Soups a Recipe for Butternut Squash Soup with Mushrooms and Hazelnuts

This recipe for Butternut Squash Soup comes from Gilles at Provence Gourmet. It is perfect for the cooler weather months and a dish you might make in one of his cooking classes in the Fall.

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Jean Martin Company Boutique Exterior Maussane BOUTIQUE AGENCE CAMELEON
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottCooking ClassesLocal ProducersTaste

Jean Martin Company in the Heart the Olives of Les Baux de Provence

A Long Olive Story It has been almost 100-years since Jean Martin founded his company in the village of Maussane. In 1920, this town on the southern flank of the Alpilles range had a population of just over 1200 people. When M. Martin senior launched his business of preserving and …

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Duck on Spicy Noodles @Masdaugustine
Gary and Jane LangtonMain CoursePoultryRecipesTaste

French Duck with Spicy Noodles

As it is with all cultures, international flavours and dishes are adapted into your local cuisine with a loving and “tasteful” twist. And this dish is no exception. Local honey lends itself to this sweet and spicy favourite that is traditionally Asian inspired, but classically French in execution.

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Truffles Provence Truffle Markets
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottMarketsTaste

The Truffle Markets in Provence – Planning Your Visit and Recipes

Truffle Markets It is more common to see summer truffles in the markets than in the past. However, this summer tuber may be related to the “Black Diamond,” but the taste is certainly not as distinctive. There is also a significant price differential between the summer and winter varieties. In …

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