Recipe Rosemary and Bay Leaf Truffles @CuriousProvence
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Recipe: Rosemary and Bay Leaf Truffles

Contributor blog post by Ashley Tinker: Rosemary and Bay Truffles – “The Essence of Flavour” Truffle faux pas Last year, as a gift for a kind favour, Robin and I baked these amazing truffles and presented them to a neighbour in a pretty glass jar. She looked at us almost …

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Zucchini at St Tropez Market @PerfProvence
AppetizerCarolyne Kauser-AbbottProvencal RecipesTaste: Food & Drink

Quick Appetizer Zucchini Tart

This recipe I call “Jacques Zucchini Tart.” It is the perfect appetizer – think chilled rosé with a savoury, lightly salted snack that takes about 30 minutes to pull together. Your guests will be impressed

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Daube Provencal #Stew @MirabeauWine
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A Wintery Daube Provençale

Contributor blog post by Jeany Cronk @Mirabeau Wine: Now that winter’s truly arrived in Provence we all enjoy warmer and richer food than we do most of the year round. Contrary to popular belief it gets incredibly cold here (though not for very long) and a delicious warm stew makes …

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Soupe au Pistou @ElizabethBard Recipes Provence
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Elizabeth Bard’s Version of Soupe au Pistou

This soup is a Provençal classic, practically every every household will have their own variation. This is a perfect autumn recipe from Elizabeth Bard’s latest book Picnic in Provence: A memoir with Recipes.

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Provence Market Spices #Provence #Markets
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Couscous takes over French Favourites

Contributor blog post by Nutmeg: Forget magret de canard and moules frites – couscous served with its savoury slow-cooked stews is popular in French cuisine. It was voted France’s 3rd favourite meal in a study conducted for Vie Pratique Gourmand (2011). There are references to couscous consumption in France that …

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Daube Provencale Beef Stew Recipe @PerfProvence
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Recipe for Daube a Provencale Beef Stew

recipe for daube (beef stew) is similar to beef Bourguignon, but with a Provencal twist, and of course made with wine from Provence. This hearty stew can be made ahead of time, perfect for aprés-ski or other winter activities.

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Provencal Burgers @CuriousProvence
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Easy Recipe Provençal Burgers

Contributor blog post by Ashley Tinker: The French Burger This is by no means a typical French burger. In French, burger meat is called “steak haché.” When you buy minced meat at your local butcher you’ll be suitably impressed when a large quality steak is indeed taken and minced! As …

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Galette des rois Epiphny Cake @FibiTee
Phoebe ThomasProvencal RecipesTaste: Food & Drink

How to make galette des rois, traditional Epiphany cake

Contributor blog post by Phoebe Thomas: January is the month of la galette in France.  La galette des rois, or King’s Cake, a flaky buttery pastry filled with almond paste, is traditionally eaten at Epiphany on 6th January, but in reality it’s eaten throughout the month at social gatherings, schools, …

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Coq au vin Recipe @MirabeauWine
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Coq au vin à la Vic

Contributor blog post by Mirabeau Wine: A friend and I went walking in the hills that nestle Cotignac, and the scent of thyme and rosemary wafting up inspired me to bring some of this countryside goodness to my hubby who was spending the day in bed trying to get over …

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Brandade Souffle Brandade de Morue Nimoise Cook'n with Class #Uzes @Cooknwithclass
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Cook’n with Class Brandade “Souffle”

Brandade de Morue Nimoise (Mini Brandade Souffle) is a southern French classic recipe. It’s usually served with slices of crusty bread and raw vegetables, and goes well with a crisp, dry white wine.This is a Brandade that is served hot as opposed to the aperitif version that is spread on bread.

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