Slow Roasted Rib of Beef @Masdaugustine
BeefGary and Jane LangtonMain CourseRecipesTaste

Hearty Fall Recipe with Slow Roasted Rib of Beef

Spend the day enjoying the wonderful aromas of what’s to come at dinner with this delicious slow roasted beef rib with a tangy mustard sauce. Sunday dinner at it’s finest.

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Restaurants Nice Restaurant Picks Nice Salad Nicoise
Restaurant ReviewsTasteViktorija Todorovska

A Foodie’s New Favorites Restaurants in Nice

Living in Nice allows me to re-visit my old restaurant favorites, which I still love, but also discover new interesting eateries, some traditional, others of other persuasions. Here are my top picks for good affordable food in Nice: A Buteghinna: Perched on the edge of Vieux Nice, this weekday lunch …

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Wild Mushroom Chicken Cassoulet cannellini Recipe
Gary and Jane LangtonMain CoursePoultryRecipesTaste

Wild Mushroom Season in Provence a Chicken Cannellini Cassoulet Recipe

With the taste of an all day slow roasted cassoulet, this quick and easy version is great any day of the week. Tender chicken breasts with creamy cannelllini beans and wild mushrooms is a definite win at the table.

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Gourmet Cooking Class
Ashley TinkerCooking ClassesTaste

Learning French Cuisine a Gourmet Cooking Class in Provence

Contributor blog post by Ashley Tinker: I was recently invited to a full day gourmet cooking class at Jean-Marc and Alice Villard’s cooking school in their home at Maubec. #Joblove !! haha. Maubec is located in the Luberon, about 45 minutes from Avignon an hour from Aix en Provence.an hour …

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Butternut Squash Soup with Pan-Fried Scallop @Masdaugustine
Gary and Jane LangtonRecipesSoupTaste

Fall Soup Recipe: Butternut Squash Soup with Roast Scallops

This is a lovely velvety soup garnished with sautéed scallops and crispy bacon lardons. Perfect as a starter for a winter dinner party, or a warming lunch with plenty of crusty French bread. If you can’t get scallops or don’t like them, replace with gently sautéed sliced mushrooms.

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View La Terrasse Joucas Luberon
Cheryl ShufflebothamRestaurant ReviewsTaste

Evening Ambience at Its Best at la Terrasse in Joucas

Contributor blog post by Cheryl Shufflebotham: Exciting news! Bistrot la Terrasse, located in the peaceful, charming village of Joucas in the Luberon, is once again open in the evenings for dinner. This is truly an enchanting spot to watch the sun set over the Luberon valley with the red hue of …

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Herbed Goat Cheese
AppetizerDavid Scott AllenRecipesTaste

Herbed Goat Cheese or with Peppercorns for Relaxed Entertaining

Entertaining should be easy. Invite your neighbours over for drinks and serve this simple appetizer – goat cheese with herbs or peppercorns.

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Fall Diner Party Menu Provence
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottHoliday MenusRecipesTaste

Cozy Fall Dinner Party Menu with Love from Provence

Depending on where you live “Fall might be in the air.” Certainly, in most places in the northern hemisphere, the days are markedly shorter, the leaves are changing colours to rich, warm tones (reds, oranges and yellows). The harvest is done for most kitchen gardens, ahead of the of frosty …

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Thyme Lime Scented Fig Jam
CondimentDavid Scott AllenRecipesTaste

What to do with Ripe Figs? Make some Fig Jam

If you like figs then this is your season! However, sadly figs have a short shelf life. So what is one to do with a bounty of figs before they spoil?  Make Thyme and Lime Scented Fig Jam, which David describes as easy to make without the hassle of pectin.

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annual cherry festival La Roque d’Anthéron
Girl Gone GallicRegional Foodie TreatsTaste

10 Fantastic Reasons to Attend Provence’s Cherry Festival in La Roque d’Anthéron

Contributor blog post by Girl Gone Gallic: Cherry season is always a time that I wait for with great anticipation.  All those lovely little red spheres of delicious sweet tastiness have me salivating in anticipation as the season gets going.  Much to my delight, we are smack in the middle …

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