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Grilled Steak Sandwich Recipe
David Scott AllenLunchtime MealsProvencal RecipesTaste: Food & Drink

Grilled Steak Sandwich Recipe

This grilled steak sandwich is something that we tend to eat in the summer months, or perhaps on a warm fall day. I decide to prepare this sandwich with my homemade focaccia

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Ratatouille Recipe Cassis Bistro
Guest PostProvencal RecipesSide Dish

Mama Régine’s Ratatouille Recipe from Cassis Bistro

Often, comfort food is what we crave the most or maybe your Provencal mama’s cooking. The following recipe for Mama Régine’s Ratatouille comes from Cassis Bistro’s owner/operator Gilles Brassart. Cassis Bistro in Calgary, Alberta, delivers “South of France Flavour with Local Flair.” Originally from the Aix-en-Provence area, Gilles Brassart arrived …

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Marseille Food Lovers Video
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottLocal Food Producers in ProvenceTaste: Food & Drink

Enjoy this Marseille Food Lovers Video

Marseille Video Collaboration Jill Paider and Tasha Powell teamed up to do a video that showed their love for Marseille and Provence. They both are captivated with the culinary aspect of travelling and wanted to highlight a city that speaks to them and share that fascination with others. It was …

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Provencal Goat Cheese Olives
Local Food Producers in ProvenceMartine Bertin-PetersonTaste: Food & Drink

Provencal Staples Goat Cheese and Olives

Goat Cheese and Olives The Provencal diet is a Mediterranean one that relies heavily on local produce, seafood, cheese, olives and olive oil. In Provence, locals eat “de saison” focusing on what is in season and fresh at the market. A visitor to the area should certainly try some- if …

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Living in Provence

Summer Sports Provence
Explore: Travel in ProvenceMirabeau WinesStay Fit in Provence

From the Var a Rosé Toast to Summer Sports in Provence

By Charlie Bullen for Mirabeau Wine Just 10 minutes down the road from Cotignac is the charming village of Carcès, home to the stunning Lac de Carcès. The views are simply breathtaking and you don’t find many more romantic spots to watch a sunset in the area. But today I …

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Visit Carpentras Synagogue
Explore: Travel in ProvenceOur House in ProvenceVillages Towns and Cities

Interesting Visit to Carpentras France’s Oldest Synagogue

By Michel: A Visit to Carpentras It is not unusual to find us headed to Carpentras on Friday morning’s for the weekly market or shopping for kid’s clothes. Carpentras is a short 25-minute ride down the D-7 from the village of Sablet. As we get near, we see Notre-Dame de …

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Provence Tour Women Only
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExplore: Travel in ProvenceGuided Holiday Tours

Discover Provence a Tour for Women Only

Provence Anyone? There was some risk when I sent the email. “Ladies, who would like to join me in Provence to discover the region?” I wondered, who would come? Would they get along? How would the travel logistics work out? And, so on. The result was ten (yes 10!) ladies, …

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Visiting Antibes Kids
Explore: Travel in ProvenceLaura SnoekVillages Towns and Cities

Ideas for Visiting Antibes with Kids

Kid-Friendly Antibes The French Riviera has a reputation for being the playground of the rich and famous. Whether that is the case can be disputed, but the significant number of mega-yachts and fancy cars certainly fuels the impression. The Côte d’Azur’s high roller image might cause some families to hesitate …

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City 24-Hours Marseille Waterfront dubuffet and wheel
Explore: Travel in ProvenceGuest PostVillages Towns and Cities

City Break Speed Dating 24-hours in Marseille

A Quick Visit to Marseille Guest post and photos by Renata Haidle: Not sure the above is a thing, but every time I visit a place for a very short time I think of speed dating. The anticipation. The pressure. Showing your best assets in a very limited time. Not …

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Nîmes Roman History Highlights Arena and Nimes Musée de la Romanité
Explore: Travel in ProvenceKeith Van SickleRoad Trips South of France

A Road Trip to Nîmes for Roman History Highlights

Nîmes Road Trip Just west of Provence, across the mighty Rhône River, lays the Gard department of France. The Gard and Provence share a deep Roman history, from the days when both were part of the Roman region of Gallia. Because it is so close to Provence, a visit to …

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