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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Pork Cheek Daube
François de MélogueMain CoursePorkProvencal RecipesTaste: Food & Drink

Pork Cheek Daube a Fall Weather Stew from Provence

This slow-cooked pork stew will fill your home with delicious aromas. If you are lucky enough to forage for your own cepes, you with think you landed in autumnal heaven.

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Chef Jan Hendrik's Langoustine Cannelloni Recipe
Fish & SeafoodMain CourseTaste: Food & Drink

Michelin Star Chef Jan Hendrik’s Langoustine Cannelloni Recipe

This recipe has a few steps, although none are too complicated. You need to make sure there is enough time to freeze the cannelloni thoroughly before cooking, so best done the day before. Enjoy the combination of citrus and shellfish.

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Candied Clementines Clementines Confit Moroccan Spices
DessertProvencal RecipesTasha PowellTaste: Food & Drink

Candied Clementines Confit with Moroccan spices

You might think that this recipe Candied Clementines (Clementines Confit) with Moroccan spices has nothing to do with duck but, in fact, it uses a similar methodology of preservation only in this case with sugar and corn syrup.

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Boulettes de Poisson Marseillaise @Cocoa&Lavender
David Scott AllenFish & SeafoodMain CourseProvencal RecipesTaste: Food & Drink

Fish and Games a Recipe for Boulettes de Poisson à la Marsaillaise

This recipe is a play on words based the jeu (game) that appears to be at the heart and soul of many Provençaux – pétanque. Also know as boules, it is similar to bocce (bocchi) in Italy, but the old souls in Provence might never agree that the game has …

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