French People Expat Living Uzes @bfblogger2015
Barefoot BloggerFrench Cooking ClassesTaste: Eat & Drink

10 Surprising Things I’ve Learned About French People

Contributor blog post by Barefoot Blogger: Cook’n with Class Uzes gives me the opportunity to explore my personal feelings about living in France in their monthly blog. You may be surprised what I’ve learned about French life. When I came to France to live four years ago, I knew very …

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Culinary Holidays Provence
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottFrench Cooking ClassesGuided Holiday ToursTaste: Eat & Drink

Explore these Options for Culinary Holidays in Provence

Provence’s natural beauty, rich cultural history and agreeable weather are some of the many reasons that one might choose to visit the region. However, it is the food and wine that will make you want to come back time and again. This article outlines a variety of available options for …

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Le Pistou Cooking School
Barefoot BloggerFrench Cooking ClassesTaste: Eat & Drink

Get Out of the Heat and Into Le Pistou Cooking School a Provençal Kitchen

Contributor blog post by Barefoot Blogger: If you’re headed for Uzes and you want to learn to make Provençal dishes you can easily prepare back home, meet Petra Carter. She’s the brains and bubbly personality behind Le Pistou Cooking School. Petra and I have become great friends since meeting last …

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Table in Provence @Gingerandnutmeg
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottRecipesTaste: Eat & Drink

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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Cooking Classes at Cuisine de Provence
French Cooking ClassesOur House in ProvenceTaste: Eat & Drink

Cooking Classes at Cuisine de Provence the Place to Learn Provencal Recipes

Contributor blog post by Michel: We have just returned from a wonderful time in Sablet. Windsor neighbors Ed and Gwen and Bob and Darlene traveled with us. We were on the go every day but spent most evenings at home. We took day trips, hiked through villages, visited with French family, …

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Detox in the Luberon Founders
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottStay: Accommodation & Rentals

Sign-up for Detox in Luberon a Healthy Break in Provence

Enchanting image galleries of Provence flood the Internet. The region is like a pretty girl with an extensive wardrobe, endless photos of lavender fields, market produce, chilled rosé and turquoise swimming pools. The mild Mediterranean climate is a magnet for holiday goers seeking a chance to relax in the sun. …

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Cooking Class Aix en Provence with Provence Gourmet @CuriousProvence @ProvenceCook
Ashley TinkerFrench Cooking ClassesTaste: Eat & Drink

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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Cooking by Yvan Gilardi Toquadom
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottFrench Cooking ClassesTaste: Eat & Drink

Take a Kitchen Holiday in Provence with Toquadom a Chef at Home

Yvan Gilardi has lived in Provence for over 20 years, but his grounding in French cuisine comes from the degree he earned at the École Hôtelière in Thonon-les-Bains, located in France’s Haute Savoie region. As a student of the intensive culinary program, he shared that his passion was for mastering pastry …

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Saint Quentin la Poterie market @PerfProvence
French Cooking ClassesGinger and NutmegTaste: Eat & Drink

Join a Cook’n with Class Culinary Adventures in Uzès

Contributor blog post by Ginger and Nutmeg: Charming, was what Nutmeg expected from the Tuesday market in Saint Quentin la Poterie; a village known for its collection of resident artisans (40+) and the annual European Ceramic Festival – Terralha. A concrete abomination was what she got. This town was the …

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Travel in Provence #ExploreProvence @SophiesProvence
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExplore: Travel in ProvenceGuided Holiday Tours

Getting to Know Rhone Valley Wine and Food with Travel in Provence

Sophie Bergeron began developing her palette early on, at four years old, when her grandfather first introduced her to wine tasting. Sophie’s grandfather ran a vineyard in Algeria before immigrating to France in 1962; she tell us that “He loved the grape concentrations in Mediterranean style wines.” It seems that …

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