Persian-spiced Lamb Shanks
David Scott AllenLambMain CourseProvencal RecipesTaste: Food & Drink

Persian-spiced Lamb Shanks

Great lamb is easy to find in Provence, most of which is organic, and grass-fed. This recipe, for Persian-spiced Lamb Shanks, brings together the best of this complex middle-eastern cuisine. The flavours of Persia combine sweet, sour, savoury, hot, floral, and earthy into a subtle taste explosion.

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Provence Goût et Voyage Culinary Travel @goutetvoyage
Explore: Travel in ProvenceGuided Holiday ToursMartine Bertin-Peterson

A Day in Provence with Goût et Voyage en Francais

A Day in Provence On a sunny late Spring morning, we gather on the terrace of our small, boutique hotel for breakfast. Over warm, freshly baked croissants, home-made jam, fresh fruit and local cheeses our group of six (6) contemplates the day’s itinerary. The topic of our French conversation this …

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Lirac Wines Vineyard Château de Montfaucon
Jill BarthTaste: Food & DrinkWines and Spirits of Provence

Road Trip to Taste the Lirac Wines

By Jill Barth: France’s Rhône River runs north to south, beginning in the Swiss Alps and eventually finding its way to the Mediterranean Sea. Populating its banks are world-renowned vineyards, divided into Northern and Southern designations, the latter of which includes the Lirac Cru. In a valley where wines are classified by …

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Culinary Travel Adventure Gout et Voyage
Explore: Travel in ProvenceGuest PostGuided Holiday Tours

Culinary Travel Adventure in Provence with Goût et Voyage

This article was previously published on Marjorie R. Williams website “Exploring the World of Food, Antiques and Crafts. “Provence as Seen by (and with!) Martine Bertin-Peterson” I recently had the opportunity to interview Martine Bertin-Peterson, founder of the culinary travel adventure company Goût et Voyage. Martine escorts tours to Provence, Tuscany and …

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Wines of Provence Rhone Valley
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottTaste: Food & DrinkWines and Spirits of Provence

Wines of Provence Understanding the Colours and Terminology

“The Allure of Provence and its Wines” was previously published in Culinaire Magazine (June 2016). This updated article includes additional reading, travel tips, and details on wine colour production and terminology. Mention Provence to a friend and they likely have a mental image that involves cobalt skies, cicadas and lavender …

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Hotel Crillon le Brave
Cheryl ShufflebothamRestaurant Recommendations in ProvenceTaste: Food & Drink

An Enchanting Evening at Hotel Crillon le Brave

Contributor blog post by Cheryl Shufflebotham: Tucked away in a small hilltop village overlooking a landscape of vineyards and olive groves, lying in the shadow of Mont Ventoux, and practically bordering the villages of the Côtes du Rhône appellation is an intimate gem of a resort intertwined in the streets of …

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Road Trip Lyon Rhone River
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExplore: Travel in ProvenceRoad Trips South of France

Provence Getaway: Why take a Road (Train or Boat) Trip to Lyon

One could say that Lyon is at the intersections of France. After Paris and Marseille, Lyon is France’s third largest city. Located almost in the centre of the country, the drive from Marseille to takes a little over 3 hours and 4.5 from Paris. However, on the train (TGV), from …

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Provençal Honey
Cheryl ShufflebothamLocal Food Producers in ProvenceTaste: Food & Drink

In the Pursuit of Local Provençal Honey Fresh from the Farm

Contributor blog post by Cheryl Shufflebotham: Need a break from wine tasting? How about Provençal honey tasting? Although, I don’t think anyone tires of wine tasting, especially when in Provence and having access to Côtes du Rhône wine in abundance. But the honey in Provence is divine, with hints of …

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L'Arbre a Vins Vaison-la-Romaine
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottRestaurant Recommendations in ProvenceTaste: Food & Drink

Better than a Money Tree – L’Arbre à Vins in Vaison-la-Romaine

Mathieu Schillinger hails from France’s Alsace region with its fabulous white wines. However, he tells me that it was only when he moved to England that he gained an appreciation for food and wine. An Epicurean paradox? In 2007, Mathieu and his wife returned to France to open a B&B …

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Clos Saint Paul #Mazan #Rentals #Provence @ClosSaintPaul
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottLocals Travel TipsMarkets in Provence and Cote d'AzurRestaurant Recommendations in ProvenceTaste: Food & Drink

Discover Taste Relax With Local’s Tips For Mazan and the Vaucluse

It is understandable that Canadians will do practically anything to avoid winter, but skipping out in those few short months of summer… Well, maybe if you are heading to Provence. If you like the sounds of that plan, then read this article on Clos Saint Paul a rental property that …

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