Enjoy the Tastes of Provence Harvest Menu by Goût et Voyage
With the prospect of shorter days, cooler nights and relaxed meals with friends and family, Nutmeg enlisted Martine Bertin-Peterson to design a Provence Harvest Menu. This three-course meal is a celebration of the colours and flavours of autumn with pears, squash, lamb and a sweet finish.
Accomplished only begins to describe Martine Bertin-Peterson a lady who speaks five languages, worked in corporate marketing, owned an art gallery in Santa Fe and runs a bespoke travel company called Goût et Voyage. You can read more about Bertin-Peterson here and her small-group tours in Provence here.
A little closer to her home in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Bertin-Peterson also offers cooking classes. Her culinary skills honed by years of formal classes and a mother who was a fantastic cook. Goût et Voyage cooking classes began about four years ago when Bertin-Peterson realized that many people do not bother cooking at home anymore – between take-out meals and restaurant dining. According to Bertin-Peterson, this culinary gap was the inspiration for her classes.
Martine’s company Goût et Voyage that offers cooking classes in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and annual small group custom itineraries in Provence. She is a regular Perfectly Provence contributor (profile here), who writes about food in the region and shares her favourite Provencal recipes.
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