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Le Sanglier Paresseux Restaurant Caseneuve

Contributor blog post by Michel:

A couple of months back, I told you about a trip we took with our friends Steve and Mary to taste ice cream at Scaramouche Artisan Glacier, the ice cream shop owned by Elizabeth Bard and her husband Gwendal in Céreste.

It is 91 km from Sablet to Céreste, so we stopped for lunch on the way at a Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand restaurant in Caseneuve, a village on top of a hill about 13 kms from Céreste. The skyline of Caseneuve is very distinctive and can be seen from miles away in the valley. Conversely, once you are in the village, there are majestic, far-reaching views. We got to Caseneuve and found the Sanglier Paresseux (The Lazy Boar) restaurant without any difficulty. The restaurant which is owned by the chef Fabricio Delgaudio opened in April 2009.  …Continue reading here for Michel’s review of the restaurant.

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Michel and Shirley

Michel and Shirley

Michel and Shirley, live in wine country, in Windsor, California. They have a full family with two beautiful daughters and five amazing grandchildren. Michel's day job is as CEO of Chancellor Health Care, a company which provides housing and services to older adults.

Previously a co-owner of a popular French bistro called Bistro des Copains located in Western Sonoma County California. The Bistro was closed in early 2015, after nine years!

In 2008, after searching for years and visiting many houses they bought a 17th century stone village house in the medieval village of Sablet which is in the Vaucluse region of Provence France.

Please read about the Sablet House (available for rent) and follow their blog Our House in Provence.

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