Black Truffles Truffle Butter
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Learn How to Make Truffle Butter

Truffle butter is easy to prepare and should be done in advance to ensure the flavour is maximized. Use the truffle butter as a condiment, sparingly so as not to overpower the dish. What to do with truffle butter?

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Provence Perfect Slow Vacation
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Provence the Perfect Place for a Slow Vacation

Trends and Travel You have probably gotten used to the rushed pace of life today. Trends come and go not like seasons but like parts of the day. One day, people are standing in line to taste cronuts or whatever other food is trending on social media, on the next, …

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Nice Port Long Weekend French Riviera
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How to Spend a Long Weekend on the French Riviera

This article by Amy Lynne Hayes is from the French Quarter Magazine. The French Riviera. The phrase conjures up images of crystal blue waters and golden sunshine. Beautiful people are strolling down the Promenade des Anglais in Nice, and the ladies are looking effortlessly chic. Surely there is someone famous hiding …

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Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo
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Luxury Stay at Hotel Metropole in Monte-Carlo

This article by Julie Chaizemartin was previously published on The French Quarter Magazine. Luxurious Hotel Metropole Calm and exquisite pleasure reign there. And luxury of course. In the smallest details. At the Metropole Hotel in Monte-Carlo, an invitation to travel begins in the driveway of honor that spreads its Italianate finery as an introduction …

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Tips Renting Car Provence France
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Tips for Renting a Car in Provence

Renting a car in Provence can be a fun experience. Having the freedom of your own wheels is great, especially if you don’t overpay in the process. Here are a couple of tips on how to make the most of it.

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Winter House Sitting Provence Cannes Quiet Beach Jane Dunning
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Winter is Perfect for House Sitting in Provence

In this guest post (below) by author Jane Dunning, she shares her thoughts on why winter is a great time to visit (and house sit) in Provence. Jane is the author of two novels “” and its sequel “.” Her experiences while house sitting in Provence with her husband inspired …

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Vence Holiday French Riviera
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Make Vence Your Holiday Base on The French Riviera

A Guest Post Renata Haidle is a Billings, Montana-based travel, architecture, and fine art photographer. She travels to Europe regularly, mainly to France and England, where she photographs beautiful architecture and snippets of everyday life. Her travel photos have been featured online and in print by various travel outlets and …

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Three Places Provence Visit Les Baux Les Quatres Saisons by Philip Haas1
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Three Places In Provence To Visit More Than Once

A Guest Post: Janice Chung is a retired school Principal from Toronto, Canada who travels to France frequently to discover new sights and experiences. Her blog, Francetraveltips.com shares all types of unique experiences not always found in travel guides. She often writes about active activities in France and has participated in …

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Virgin Olive Harvester olive crop
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Day in the Olive Groves: Virgin Olive-Harvester No More!

Guest Post: Gayle Padgett Smith This article was written by Gayle Padgett Smith the author of Passion for Provence: 22 Keys to La Belle Vie. She shares that she is no longer a virgin to the olivade (olive harvest) St. Remy de Provence.” Here, is our book review on “Passion for Provence” …

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Petit Pâté Tarts Pastry Recipe
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Pork and Chicken Liver Pâte Tarts a Starter Course

Nimes-based chef Anne Challier adapts her recipe for pâte with pork and chicken liver pâte (pâté fois de volaille) to create a savoury pastry tart. Here, is the recipe for the meat filling. Use a muffin pan as your shape, make the pastry dough recipe

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