Marasino #TasteProvence #AixenProvence #Italian via @Aixcentric
AixcentricRestaurant ReviewsTaste

Marasino – New Italian in Town

By aixcentric It’s hard judging a restaurant from the outside. Some look tiny and are tiny….others are deceptive. And the new ‘Marasino’ is one such. The small terrace, next to the Hotel St Christophe near the Rotonde, gives no clue as to the large number of seats inside. It’s a …

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Nosh #AixenProvence restaurants @Aixcentric
AixcentricRestaurant ReviewsTaste

Snacking in Aix

By aixcentric When we first got our flat here, over 12 years ago, it wasn’t easy to find a lunch-time snack. It was still very much formal 3 course dining. But now there is a more casual approach to le dejeuner, especially among the young, and there are new cafés …

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La Table De Patrick Raingeard #Eze #Provence @Unxplorer
Restaurant ReviewsTaste

Why Everyone Should Eat at a Michelin-Starred Restaurant

While the bill induced heartburn in my husband and I, what we will always remember about our Michelin-starred restaurant visit is the amazing food and experience we had. La Table de Patrick Raingeard wined us, dined us, and left us feeling like the elite wealthy, though we certainly are not. …

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Chocolate cake #Food Styling #afoodstylistslife @VivaldoGroup
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottTaste

Food Styling Photo Workshop in Provence

Your photos of market produce failed to capture the moment. Did the picture of your perfect soufflé fall flat? The ice cream melted in the bowl before you got back to your camera! Good news! There is now hope for your food photography bundled together with a glorious trip to …

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Colorado du Provence #Provence @ProvenceTayls
David & Karen TaylorRestaurant ReviewsTaste

Pizza in the Colorado

By David Taylor At the Colorado Provençal, near Rustrel is the Pizzaria du Colorado, family run and always busy especially with locals who also use the bar, the inside is warm and cosy with lots of tables, outside is a vast terrace, great in summer and at lunchtime after hiking …

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Tomatoes with Bruccio quenelles
RecipesSide DishTaste

Wonderful Side Dish Tomatoes with Provençal Herbs and Goat Cheese (Bruccio) Quenelles

The Provence Gourmet shares this wonderful side dish made with tomatoes and fresh herbs. Gilles uses Bruccio is a fresh goat cheese from the lovely island of Corsica, you can substitute with a ricotta if you cannot find this Corsican delicacy in your local stores.

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Picnic Côte d'Azur #Provence #CotedAzur @FibiTee
Phoebe ThomasTaste

Top 5 Spots Picnicking on the Côte d’Azur

As a family we love going on picnics all over the wonderful area the we call home – the Côte d’Azur. Here I share with you some of our favourite locations; some well known, others not so. An absolute favourite spot, which is always a success with visitors when we …

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Ingredients for Tomato Jam by @Hildast
CondimentHilda StearnRecipesTaste

Would you like to try some Tomato Jam

Hilda visited Forcalquier with some friends in the fall and stayed at a charming B&B. The cool temperatures in Haute Provence allowed for some local exploring and a bit of eating. Keep reading to learn about tomato jam: Breakfast in France is so very different to home, and this was …

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Mediterranean Calanques #Provence
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExploreMarketsTasteWhere the "locals" Go

Perfectly Provence Moments by Jane Satow

Jane Satow is many things, a wife, mother, good friend and private guide. You can read more about her company Provence Cultural Tours and two unique yoga retreats in Provence here. After ten years in France, Jane gets asked by clients and friends who are visiting to share her favourite …

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Provence Gourmet @ProvenceCook #Provence #CookingClasses
DessertFlans, Puddings & OtherRecipesTaste

Nectarine Fruit Salad with Mint

The Provence Gourmet shares a very simple dessert. You can choose other fruit, depending on your taste and what is in season at the time. The mint adds a fresh flavour, but make sure not to use too much. If you are interested in learning to cook some traditional Provencal …

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