Winter Dinner Menu Provencal Cuisine
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottProvencal RecipesSeasonal MenusTaste

Winter Weekend Dinner Party Menu Inspired by Provencal Cuisine

We have been “dining-out” on David’s delicious seafood-based Christmas menu, and a bit reluctant to turn the page to the realities of a cold winter in parts of North America. However, the truth is that Provence is enjoying a mild-ish winter, while skiers are revelling in the snowy Alps this …

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Jerusalem Artichoke Soup @CuriousProvence
Ashley TinkerProvencal RecipesSoupTaste

Recipe for Winter Soup with Jerusalem Artichokes

Creamy potatoes and artichokes with a delightful spicy kick from fresh roasted Cumin. A unique and satisfying soup that will leave you well sated.

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Côte d'Azur Shopping Fragonard Store Eze Village
InspireMary Kay SealesShopping & Gifts

Côte d’Azur Shopping to Get Me Through The Winter Blues Back Home

I have the incredible luxury of spending time in France every summer. Starting in 2000, when my daughter was still in junior high, my husband and I made it our priority to travel to France every year (rather than remodel the kitchen or build a new deck). We loved Paris, …

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Uzes Restaurant in Places des Herbes @bfblogger2015
Barefoot BloggerMarkets in Provence and Cote d'AzurTaste

Winter Market in Uzes: It’s Not Quite the Same

If you’ve visited the Saturday Market in Uzes during tourist season and hate the crowds, you should be here in February. The market is almost the same, minus the throngs of people. This weekend’s market day was sunny and cold — a crisp 45 degrees when I set out. …Continue …

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Dusting of snow on the tops of the hills near Lyon
ExploreJulie WhitmarshWhat's On Provence & Cote d'Azur

Take a Mid-Winter break in Provence 

Contributor blog post by Vaucluse Dreamer: There is something about arriving in the Vaucluse that just makes the stress slip from our shoulders and today’s arrival in the depths of winter was no different. Travelling at this time of year is a little bit more complicated than during the summer …

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Saint Saturnin les Apt @CuriousProvence
Ashley TinkerExploreVillages Towns and Cities

Winter Day Out in Provence to Visit Saint Saturnin les Apt

I love exploring Provence in the winter. It’s quiet and you can linger in the streets of small towns to appreciate the little details such as potted plants adorably shoved onto windowsills. Or, the particular stunning shade of peach on a weather-beaten shutter. Provencal Weather in Winter: People often ask …

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Saint Saturnin View by VaucluseDreamer
ExploreJulie WhitmarshStay Fit

A Colourful Circular Winter Walk In Provence

I’ve mentioned before that Winter is a great time to visit Provence – of course, it can be frigid, thanks to the clear night skies and subsequent frosts, but the days can be stunning with bright blue skies, little or no breeze and the fantastic light that cheers you up …

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duck-confit recipe
Main CourseMartine Bertin-PetersonPoultryProvencal RecipesTaste

A warming winter recipe – Duck Confit

I held a terrific Goût et Voyage cooking class/dinner party this past Saturday night. My clients have a beautiful home and were gracious hosts. Our meal started with tapenade noire on baguette slices and Champagne. The salad featured wine poached pears, endive, gorgonzola and walnuts with a pear vinaigrette. The main course starred …

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Nice Old Town Cote d'Azur
ExploreWhat's On Provence & Cote d'Azur

Nice in the winter – Experience Nice a new way

Traditionally the French Riviera, and Nice in particular, was a winter resort. It served as a destination for the upper echelons to escape harsh northern winters amongst their own. Today Nice in the winter is a largely local affair – which means less hustle, bustle and fewer crowds to contend …

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Renovation in Provence @VaucluseDreamer
Julie Whitmarsh

Bring on Winter in Provence the Woodburner has been fitted 

Contributor blog post by Vaucluse Dreamer: The last 2 days have gone by in a blur of builders, rubble & dust, but it’s been worth it. Having got rid of the hideous pellet burner (affectionately known as Growler) back in August, we’d been keeping our fingers well and truly crossed …

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