Tarte Tatin #Recipe @MasdAugustine
Gary and Jane LangtonPies & TartsRecipesTaste

Recipe for a French Classic Tarte Tatin

This is a favourite dessert that is often the “Tarte du Jour” at Mas d’Augustine. It can be made with either apples or pears and is delicious served with vanilla or cinnamon ice cream.

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Restaurant in Aix en Provence La table de Saisons
AixcentricRestaurant ReviewsTaste

La Table des Saisons in Aix-en-Provence a Haven of Peace and Quality

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: It’s a while since we have visited La Table des Saisons so were happy on a recent visit to find the same standards of quality that this young couple have insisted on from week one back in December 2013. The chef is Lionel who has …

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Chicken Stuffed with Goat's Cheese @Masdaugustine
Gary and Jane LangtonPoultryRecipesTaste

Goat Cheese Stuffed Chicken Recipe

Chicken breasts can be much more interesting if stuffed and rolled, especially as the cooking method I use helps them to stay moist and succulent. There are various options for the stuffing, but my favourite is goats’ cheese with Serrano ham and a few basil leaves.

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Uzes Restaurant in Places des Herbes @bfblogger2015
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Winter Market in Uzes: It’s Not Quite the Same

Contributor blog post by Deborah Bine: If you’ve visited the Saturday Market in Uzes during tourist season and hate the crowds, you should be here in February. The market is almost the same, minus the throngs of people. This weekend’s market day was sunny and cold — a crisp 45 …

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Tricot tower or belfry in Grignan
Our House in ProvenceRestaurant ReviewsTaste

Le Poème de Grignan Restaurant in the Drôme Provençale

Contributor blog post by Michel: We have been to Grignan in the Drôme Provençale several times, an area that falls between the Rhône River and the Alps north of the Vaucluse. So when we were in Sablet last fall with friends Steve and Mary, we took a day trip to …

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La Vie en Rose at Coustellet
Julie WhitmarshRestaurant ReviewsTaste

A perfectly Quirky Coffee Stop in Coustellet

Contributor blog post by Vaucluse Dreamer: I make no bones about it – I love a good coffee stop and La Vie en Rose at Coustellet has to be one of my favourites. The tea shop isn’t exactly in a perfect location as it’s situated on the side of the road just …

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Roast Cod #Recipe @MasdAugustine
Fish & SeafoodGary and Jane LangtonRecipesTaste

Roast Cod à la Provencal with Ratatouille and Tomato Coulis

Classic Provençal Ratatouille is bright and fresh served with crispy crusted cod, our catch of the day, and topped with a creamy tomato coulis. Dinner is served!

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Villedieu Village view in the Drome Provencal
Our House in ProvenceRestaurant ReviewsTaste

Visit to Charming Villedieu and Pizza at Maison Bleue

Contributor blog post by Michel: One of our favorite villages near Sablet is Villedieu, a small village (population 514) built on a hill overlooking vineyards, olive groves and pine trees near the Eygues River on the border of the Drôme Provençale. Villedieu is located about 7 1/2 miles northwest of Sablet …

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quail in sarcophagus #TastesofProvence @CocoaandLavender
David Scott AllenPoultryRecipesTaste

Impress Your Friends Quail in Puff Pastry

This recipe is inspired by the movie Babette’s Feast, the entrée she served of Cailles en Sarcophages or quail in puff pastry.

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Cooking Class Aix en Provence with Provence Gourmet @CuriousProvence @ProvenceCook
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Cooking Class Aix en Provence with Provence Gourmet

Contributor blog post by Ashley Tinker: Provence Gourmet This autumn, I was lucky to be able to participate in one of Gilles Conchy’s cooking classes in Aix en Provence. Gilles leads English cooking classes in Aix en Provence, Eygalières, and Marseille. Each class focuses on Provençal cooking, with a particular …

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