Provencal Duck Stew Winter Fruits
François de MélogueMain CoursePoultryProvencal RecipesTaste: Food & Drink

Provencal Duck Stew with Winter Fruits

This duck stew recipe is completely adaptable to any season of the year. Provencal Duck Stew with Winter Fruits is a make-ahead main course for a meal with friends.

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Pork Tenderloin Porcini Demiglace
David Scott AllenMain CoursePorkProvencal RecipesTaste: Food & Drink

Pork Tenderloin en Croûte with Porcini Demiglace

The inspiration for this pork tenderloin recipe comes from a few 1950s classics which included Waldorf Salad, Green Bean Casserole, and Pigs in Blankets. The ingredients for the original version of Pigs in Blankets included hot dogs and puff pastry. So, I like to think of Pork Tenderloin en Croûte …

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Tomato Tart Confit Tomatoes
François de MélogueLunchtime MealsProvencal RecipesTaste: Food & Drink

Tomato Tart Plain and Simple

Savoury tarts are something that French cooks do just as well as those tempting sweet creations. This Tomato Tart made with homemade confit tomatoes is a breath of summer any time of the year. Of course, we all dream of those summer days when you can pick tomatoes in your …

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Food Favourites Recipes Provence
Guest PostProvencal RecipesTaste: Food & Drink

Food Favourites and Recipes from Provence to Eat

The following guest article by French Waterways, “18 Foodie Treats to Eat in Provence,” is republished below with permission. We have added links to recipes for these Provencal favourites. If you are looking for cruising inspiration and information, french-waterways.com is the world’s most comprehensive and best-loved source of inspiration and …

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Domaine de Trévallon Vineyard Vines
Elizabeth GabayTaste: Food & DrinkWines and Spirits of Provence

Domaine de Trévallon Vineyard and Stockinger Barrels

By Liz Gabay This article was originally published in Nomacorc website magazine in summer 2016, following my three-day visit to Trevallon in April 2016. A cold Mistral was blowing for most of that week, so hiding in the cellar some days, despite the noise, was a respite. Sometimes the most …

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Italian Focaccia Provencal Fougasse
BreadsDavid Scott AllenProvencal Recipes

Doughy Cousins Italian Focaccia and Provencal Fougasse

Focaccia is Italian or more precisely comes from Geona. The Ligurians consume this thin bread (approximately 2cm thick) all day from coffee time to the apéro hour. Provencal fougasse is slightly different. The Provencal version often includes savoury additions like black olives,

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Mirabeau Rosé Gin Valentine's Cocktails Pink Drinks
Mirabeau WinesTaste: Food & DrinkWines and Spirits of Provence

Valentine’s Cocktails Pink Gin, Rosé and Pink Drinks

What are you serving for dinner on February 14th? Here is a 3-course Valentine’s Day Dinner Menu that is easy to prepare, but complicated enough to let that special someone know you care.  It’s no surprise that we suggest pairing the dishes with our Mirabeau Pure rosé. But, what about …

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Citrus Almond Valentine's Cookies
Cakes & CookiesDessertMirabeau WinesProvencal RecipesTaste: Food & Drink

Heart-Shaped Citrus Almond Valentine’s Cookies

Maybe it’s a bit cliché to bake pink, citrus, almond heart-shaped cookies for Valentine’s Day…but then again why not? And, while you are at it pop the cork on a bottle of pink bubbly from Provence like our La Folie sparkling rosé.

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Wine Cellier des Princes Le-Prince-de-Courthezon
Provence WineZineTaste: Food & DrinkWines and Spirits of Provence

Wine Pairing with Cellier des Princes Côtes du Rhône

By David Scott Allen for Provence WineZine Wine Club Surprises I joined The Wall Street Journal Wine Club to access some off-the-beaten-track wines. No, I am not advocating that you join, nor is this post about the club. It’s about the fact that every quarter I get a really nice …

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La Chandeleur Crêpes France
Martine Bertin-PetersonTaste: Food & Drink

La Chandeleur Crêpes on the Menu in France

French Holiday Traditions In France, La Chandeleur falls on the 40th day of the Christmas Epiphany season on February 2nd. Also known as Candlemas, this holiday is celebrated in Provence with the making – and eating – of crêpes. La Chandeleur is the culmination of the Calendale, the festive holiday …

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