Jardin des Alpilles Secrets of St Remy
Keith Van SickleMarketsTaste

Discover the Secrets of St-Remy: Best Fruits and Vegetables

Contributor blog post by Keith Van Sickle: One of the glories of Provence is the fresh produce. And in St.-Rémy, the best place to get it is at the Wednesday market. Every week, dozens of vendors set up shop throughout the charming town center, selling fruits, vegetables, olives, cheeses, lavender …

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Cherry and Almond Clafoutis @masdaugustine
DessertFlans, Puddings & OtherGary and Jane LangtonRecipesTaste

A Clafoutis Recipe with Almonds and Cherries of Provence

Ground almonds add a touch of richness to an already delightful clafoutis with sweet sun ripened cherries topped with crème fraiche or crème anglaise.

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tarte aux tomates #TastesofProvence @CocoaandLavender
David Scott AllenLunchtime MealsRecipesTaste

Easy Lunch Tarte aux Tomates

Celebrate summer with this light and savoury tart highlighting the season’s best tomatoes. David made the tart to celebrate July 14th – Bastille day – a summer lunch. Once you have tasted this perfect combination of summer produce with mustard and cheese you will want to make it over and over.

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Cavaillon Melons Meringues Tastes of Provence #Cavaillon @GingerandNutmeg
Ginger and NutmegRecipesRegional Foodie TreatsTaste

Taste and Savour Juicy Gold the Cavaillon Melons of Provence

Contributor blog post by Nutmeg: Celebrated Fruit – Cavaillon Melons Nutmeg barely tolerates melons, in her opinion, the green honeydew version found in airport “fruit salads” should be outlawed. Watermelon and its variations without seeds or in ghastly yellow only belong on a picnic table with many children around. The …

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Mango Pomegrante Salsa Recipe
CondimentMirabeau WinesRecipes

A Recipe for Mango Pomegranate Salsa

In a desire to bring a part of my world to Cotignac, and to enjoy with a chilled glass of rosé, I figured a mango pomegranate salsa was the way to go! It’s easy, simple, fresh, tasty, and quick to make.It can be enjoyed as is with some of your favourite crisps, or over some fresh grilled fish, in tacos, on chicken or with a duck breast as an entree!

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Restaurants Meals Provence
Ashley TinkerTaste

Understanding the Cost of Restaurants Meals in Provence

Contributor blog post by Ashley Tinker: How much are you willing to pay for your meal at a restaurant in Provence? Sometimes the best meals are the most simple. There’s nothing more disappointing then paying good money for a meal you could have produced better yourself. Are Michelin star restaurant …

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Red Pepper Chicken Salad @Masdaugustine
Gary and Jane LangtonRecipesSaladTaste

Summer Chicken Salad Recipe

A lovely summer salad that’s really easy to make and is even tastier if you make it the night before. Basil and parsley are the key herbs for the recipe but, living in the South of France, I often add verveine to give it a more lemony taste.

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Frozen Nougat Recipe
Cook'n with ClassDessertFlans, Puddings & OtherRecipesTaste

Summer Dessert Perfection in a Frozen Nougat with Nuts

One dessert that we absolutely love is the frozen nougat with its almonds, hazelnuts & pistachio. A great dessert that can even be made in advance (even by several months), if well wrapped. Make it as an individual dessert or as a terrine.

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Pistou de Roquette Recipe Cuisine de Provence
Barbara SchuerenbergCondimentRecipesTaste

Recipe for a Pesto with a Provencal Twist Pistou de Roquette

This recipe is a Provencal variation on traditional Italian basil pesto, without the cheese. The rocket (arugula), in place of basil, gives the pistou de roquette a fresh, tangy taste. This sauce is super quick to make and extremely versatile. Toss some pistou on just-cooked (and still hot) pasta. Or use …

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French Cherry Clafoutis Recipe @CuriousProvence
Ashley TinkerDessertFlans, Puddings & OtherRecipesTaste

Cherry Season French Clafoutis Recipe

A traditional clafoutis with a twist, assorted fresh fruit baked in to your delicious batter as opposed to the traditional cherries.

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