Provençal Honey
Cheryl ShufflebothamRegional Foodie TreatsTaste

In the Pursuit of Local Provençal Honey Fresh from the Farm

Contributor blog post by Cheryl Shufflebotham: Need a break from wine tasting? How about Provençal honey tasting? Although, I don’t think anyone tires of wine tasting, especially when in Provence and having access to Côtes du Rhône wine in abundance. But the honey in Provence is divine, with hints of …

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Tomato and Goat's Cheese Tart #Recipe @MasdAugustine
Gary and Jane LangtonLunchtime MealsRecipesTaste

Recipe for Roast Tomato Tart with Goat’s Cheese

A light and flaky bed of puff pastry smothered in tomato and shallot relish with thick tomato slices and soft melted goat cheese.

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Tender Leeks Spring Markets
Barbara SchuerenbergRecipesSide DishTaste

A Dish of Tender Leeks – Poireaux en Vinaigrette

This easy recipe for Provencal tender leeks in a simple vinaigrette. The markets of Provence are a bit like a food-filled treasure hunt. The produce changes with the seasons and even within the region local specialties might not be found outside a limited geography.

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Table in Provence @Gingerandnutmeg
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottRecipesTaste

A Recipe Collection from the South of France the Tastes of Provence – Recipe Index

There is no question that the food in Provence ranks highly in culinary circles for its “farm-to-table” style. The Mediterranean climate and arable soil are favourable towards the popular “eat local” philosophy. Produce found at authentic farmers’ markets follows the seasons, and fresh fruit arrives in waves during the harvest …

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l’Auberge la Fenière Restaurant Dessert
Keith Van SickleRestaurant ReviewsTaste

At l’Auberge la Fenière Restaurant Gastronomy Meets Gluten-Free

When is the last time you said to yourself, “I could really go for a gluten-free meal”? That would probably be…never.  Who wants bread with the consistency of a hockey puck?  Or pasta that needs a mountain of sauce to make it edible?  And as for cakes and pies – …

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la Bastide de Marie Luberon
Cheryl ShufflebothamRestaurant ReviewsTaste

La Bastide de Marie Nestled Among the Vines in the Luberon

Contributor blog post by Cheryl Shufflebotham: Just outside the village of Menerbes lies an 18th-century residence nestled among 57 acres of vines, surrounded by cypress and olive trees, and scented with rosemary and lavender bushes all around. La Bastide de Marie is an intimate, luxury farmhouse—a Provençal oasis in the …

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Chassagnette Vegetarian Restaurant Camargue
Philippe GoninetRestaurant ReviewsTaste

La Chassagnette in Camargue is a Perfect Vegetarian Restaurant

Contributor blog post by Philippe Goninet: Going to La Chassagnette restaurant is rather an experience. Located 15 minutes south of Arles in Le Sambuc (about 50 minutes from St Remy de Provence), it is tucked in the middle of Camargue in a little peace heaven. Chef Armand Arnal who is leading …

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Filo Salmon Pie @Masdaugustine
Fish & SeafoodGary and Jane LangtonRecipesTaste

Market Day Fish Recipe: Filo Salmon Pie

A creamy seafood pie with salmon, mushrooms and leeks with a crispy golden top of filo pastry.

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Best Fish Soup bouillabaisse Chez Fonfon
Barefoot BloggerSoupTaste

Sete or Marseille Find Out Which One Has the Best Fish Soup

Contributor blog post by Deborah Bine: While we’re on the subject of Sete from our recent train-from-Barcelona post, there’s a question that fish soup lovers who visit the South of France want to know. What’s the difference between Marseilles’ bouillabaisse and Sete’s fish soup? Which town has the best fish soup? …

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