Provencal Markets Vaucluse Provence
Julie WhitmarshMarkets in Provence and Cote d'AzurTaste

Visit My 3 Top Picks for Small but Perfect Provencal Markets

There is something wonderful about a traditional French market and over the years we’ve spent a considerable amount of time ambling around them in different towns across the Country. The nice thing is that each area expresses its own identity through its markets – with the wonderful seafood stalls, full …

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Taste of Provence Lifestyle Martine Gout et Voyage Group Tours
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExploreGuided Holiday Tours

Goût et Voyage Tour Director Martine Bertin-Peterson shares her Taste of Provence Lifestyle

To say that Martine Bertin-Peterson is an accomplished lady feels like an understatement. The founder of Goût et Voyage, a boutique travel company that she started in 2014 is passionate about cooking, food and travel. Born in France, Martine is an American Francophile who speaks five (5) languages, the first …

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Genuine Provence Experiences St Tropez fishing port – adjacent to the superyachts Jane Dunning
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExpat Living and Real EstateLiving in Provence

Genuine Provence Experiences Inspire Author Jane Dunning to Keep Writing

Jane Dunning is addicted to France. “I’m a real Francophile and have stayed in more than one hundred towns, cities, villages and hamlets in France. Twenty-two of these have been in Provence, the shortest for one night, the longest for four months.” The Dunnings’ four-month stay was as acting caretakers …

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Chilled Pea Soup Crispy Prosciutto
Martine Bertin-PetersonProvencal RecipesSoupTaste

Springtime Chilled Pea Soup with Crispy Prosciutto

This recipe for a refreshing green Chilled Pea Soup is the culinary equivalent. The broth is simple to make ahead of time ideally the day before. Just before serving the soup prepare the prosciutto to a crispy texture and add as a garnish on top of each bowl.

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Cocktail Rosé-mopolitan Recipe
Maison Mirabeau WinesTasteWines and Spirits of Provence

Cocktail time! Try this Pink Rosé-mopolitan Recipe

Contributor blog post by Charlie Bullen for Mirabeau Wine: Cosmopolitan describes someone sophisticated, cultured and well-travelled. Well these beautiful, and blissfully refreshing Rosé-mopolitans will transport you to the endless sunshine of Provence with every sip! They’re fantastic if you want to ‘shake things up’ a bit at a dinner party or …

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Winter in Provence Travel tips @MirabeauWine
ExploreLocals Travel TipsMaison Mirabeau Wines

A List of Things to Do in Winter in Provence

Contributor blog post by Victoria Koning @Mirabeau Wine: Provence is synonymous with sunshine, lavender and rosé wine, and can get a little hectic in the summer months (July and August). So we’d like to share with you what we love about Provence the rest of the year, especially in winter! Firstly, …

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Clafoutis Muscat Grapes @ATableenProvence
DessertFlans, PuddingsPaula KaneProvencal RecipesTaste

Clafoutis with Muscat Grapes

Clafoutis is a classic dessert in Provence. Traditionally it’s made with cherries, but it is completely acceptable to use fruit that is in season.

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Culinary Holidays Provence
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottFrench Cooking ClassesGuided Holiday ToursTaste

Explore these Options for Culinary Holidays in Provence

Provence’s natural beauty, rich cultural history and agreeable weather are some of the many reasons that one might choose to visit the region. However, it is the food and wine that will make you want to come back time and again. This article outlines a variety of available options for …

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Autumn Provence @ATableenProvence
Paula Kane

Telling the Truth about Autumn in Provence and Fall Recipes

Contributor blog post by Paula Kane: Oh autumn, with your pretty colours, your shifting light and cool days. Everyone seems to be madly in love with you. “My favourite time of year” appears to be the overwhelming sentiment. So why exactly is it that I don’t feel that same way …

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