Chef Eric had no doubt that his sommelier Frédéric would be up for the challenge when he served him up this delicious tasting menu. Frédéric comes back “en garde” to present his matching wines to delight our palettes and compliment the meal.
One of the questions, we get often at our French cooking schools when we talk about chocolate is, ”what kind of chocolate should I use?” Click here to find out.
Uzès is a wonderful little town, tucked away in the hills in the south of France, and surrounded by vineyards and nature. Even though it is a small town, it makes the perfect destination since there are so many things to do nearby! Here are the top 11 things to do in and around Uzès:
Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes in an event that caters to 32 people? Read on to find out my perspective on the experience of catering to one such party.
We’re pretty sure your first experience of Uzès won’t be your last! We’re giving you all the reasons to fall in love with Uzès, what to see, where to go. Oh, and as for restaurants, just ask us our restaurant recommendations the next time you’re in class!
Ever wondered why that bottle of wine costs so much? While there are many factors that go into pricing, the weather plays a major part. See how climate change and global warming has affected winemaking in France.
Combining the quarries’ freshness, the exhibition’s artistic soul, and the Alpilles’ wonderful landscape, there is NO WAY you should come to the South of France without visiting Les Baux-de-Provence.
What is behind this little wheelbarrow? Discover the new eco-friendly grocery, a zero-waste grocery store in Saint-Quentin-La-Poterie, Chez Lucette, with owners Gaëlle and Thibault!
Take a walk through this cavernous maze that is the Grotte de la Salamandre. Located 30 minutes from Uzès this is a lovely day-trip to take to help you and your family cool down on a hot Summer’s day.
Joel Robuchon dies at age 73 presumably from cancer. 33 years after setting foot into one of his kitchens, this news hits me like a brick. A great light has gone out – the second in a year for the world of French cuisine.