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.
Have you ever dreamed of riding in a horse-drawn carriage? It was with great delight that we ventured on a tour of the French countryside with our guide headed out for a picnic lunch. All part of our Week in Uzès culinary holiday program.
Want to find an original way to discover a city? Let’s go on a photo scavenger hunt in Uzès with Ashley and try to find everything she challenges you to !
Meet our new wine specialist Nick! Languedoc lover and passionate about wine since his young age, he tells us everything about his Wine Affair.
Countryside, seaside, mountains… Considered as the best place to live in France, Montpellier hides so many beautiful places ! Ashley wandered around the city to find you the best places to go in the region.
Not everyone is lucky enough to find good bread easily, but with a bit of patience and perseverance, you could be making great bread at home. To inaugurate our upcoming bread master class, chef Eric talks a bit about the history of bread making and the good, the bad, and the ugly in the breads we eat almost daily.
Where to store bags when traveling through France? If you’re visiting Avignon, you’ll want to read this.
On January 20th, 2018, the culinary world lost one of its greatest legends – Chef Paul Bocuse who asked to be called, Monsieur Paul. Both Eric & I had the privilege of meeting him . . .