Nocino Liqueur de Noix Green Walnuts
David Scott AllenDrinksProvencal RecipesTaste: Food & Drink

Turning Green Walnuts into Nocino, Liqueur de Noix

In France and Italy, June is the month for making a fortified wine with green walnuts – Liqueur de Noix (French) or Nocino (Italian). Intended as a digestive, this drink is strong at roughly 30% alcohol. The sweeter, and less alcoholic, version is called vin de noix. The vin de noix is served either as an aperitif (like a sherry) or as an after-dinner drink.

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Mulled Wine Vin Chaud
Cook'n with ClassProvencal RecipesTaste: Food & DrinkWines and Spirits of Provence

Warm-up the Holidays with Mulled Wine – Vin Chaud

What’s a Christmas market in France be without some mulled wine? In fact, what is winter without mulled wine? As one of our followers pointed out, it also adds such a delicious smell to your house. Enjoy (in moderation of course). The advantage to making it yourself is that you …

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Salt-Cod Brandade Recipe Provence
Fish & SeafoodMain CourseProvencal RecipesTasha PowellTaste: Food & Drink

Salt Cod Gratin Brandade de Morue a Recipe from Provence

This salt cod gratin Brandade de Morue, a common Provençal dish, is a great way to showcase simple ingredients like fish and potatoes. It’s one of my favorite comfort dishes when I am in Provence. I like to serve this dish in individual ramekins because it is a great way …

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Pot au Feu Casserole Cook'n with Class
BeefCook'n with ClassMain CourseProvencal RecipesTaste: Food & Drink

Pot au Feu is a Classic Provencal Recipe

Pot au Feu is a French recipe that you should have in your repertoire. A bit like a pot roast you need a large casserole a selection of meat, a few root vegetables and an afternoon.

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