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Movie Night in Uzes: Carmen at the Met

By Deborah Somehow it seems strange to see a French opera, performed live in New York, broadcast live at a cinema in Uzes — with French subtitles. It was truly a memorable event. Carmen and more. Not only was it the first time I’ve seen the opera “Carmen” in full; …

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Village Scenes in Uzes: One Crazy Good Artist

By Deborah Last Saturday afternoon one of the local artists in Uzes threw a soiree for a few friends and fans. Aside from celebrating the last days of his art exhibit, it was a crazy good party. Explore this Post Via:: Barefoot Blogger       

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Win Virtual Cooking Class Let's Eat the World
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Win a Virtual Cooking Class Giveaway from Let’s Eat the World

Building on their successful cooking school, our friends at Let’s Eat the World – Cook’n With Class Experiences offer virtual classes in addition to their regular (in-person) culinary programming in Paris and Uzès. Win a Virtual Cooking Class The online courses and culinary workshops include tasty options from mastering classic …

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Chicken Fricassée à la Provencal
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Delicious Dinner Chicken Fricassée à la Provencal

Fricassée is a traditional French stew made with meat browned in butter, served in a delicate sauce made from stock. You can alternate the meat in this recipe with rabbit, veal, or duck for a dish easily mistaken for a gourmet meal. The sauce is bright and full of flavour. …

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Buying House Provence
Ashley TinkerExpat Living and Real EstateLiving in Provence

Buying a House in Provence? Tips You Should Know

We wanted another fixer-upper and that’s certainly what we bought! As I wrote this article this tractor was wreaking muddy havoc in our yard. Buying a house is Provence is relatively straight forward. However, you do sometimes hear horror stories. Robin recently had a client that overpaid twice the worth …

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My Favourite Things About Provence France
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My Favourite Things About Provence France

The amazing region of Provence, France, has so many wonderful places to explore and points of interest to check out that it is almost impossible to decide my favourites. After not going to Sablet because of the pandemic for more than 1 year and 1/2, I am trying to figure …

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Eggplant Poupetton with Tomato Vinagrette
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Eggplant Starter with Tomato Vinaigrette Vegetarian-Friendly

If you’re looking for a vegan or vegetarian dish to wow your plant-based friends, this take on a traditional terrine is an excellent place to start. Eggplant combined with some bright and flavourful spices make for a firm, tasty starter dish that is fantastic served on its own or with …

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Cod Fish Steamed in Spinach Leaves, Basil Ratatouille, White Wine Cream Sauce
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Steamed Cod Fish with Basil Ratatouille

Easy to prepare, cod is a white fish with a mild flavour that is perfect to pair with bright, colourful vegetables. This dish is an excellent addition to some rice or pasta or great served on its own. We made a traditional Provencal ratatouille as a side dish, the recipe …

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Focaccia is an oven-baked flatbread seasoned
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Learn How to Make Focaccia

Focaccia is a traditional Italian flatbread with firmness and texture similar to pizza dough. In Provence, fougasse is similar but a slightly different type of bread (recipe here). Use this delicious bread as a side dish, sandwich bread, or as a flatbread with various toppings.  Other common toppings include herbs …

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Steamed Mussels Provencal Flavours
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Make Steamed Mussels with Provencal Flavours

This recipe for steamed Mussels à la Provencal is quick to prepare. Serve as an appetizer, starter course or even a light lunch. In Provence, mussels (moules) and oysters should come from farming operations in the Mediterranean. Here are some tips for a visit to Sète, a city in Occitanie …

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