When you have a sweet tooth, France can be dangerous country. Her love of chocolate and especially “chocolat” chaud brought Deborah on another adventure in Southern France.
Antique shopping in Uzès will take you from the bric-a-brac to the high-end permanent antique dealers. Come meet our newest neighbor in their 250m2 space full of antique delights for any amateur or confirmed antiques shopper.
When I was a newlywed I loved to cook. Bon Appétit and Gourmet magazines were my favorite nighttime reading materials. Dinner parties with “also-newlywed” guests were opportunities to try out recipes that had been saved on 3”x5” cards and filed in a tin recipe box.
Eating seasonally in the South of France. The surprising things I’ve learned when trying to respect the seasonality of fruits and vegetables
It seems only natural that you would pick up a few words to travel or live in a country. Could you survive in France without speaking French? Learning a foreign language certainly can be challenging but it is far from impossible Find out 5 secrets to learning French!
We’re staying home this holiday and getting ourselves into the holiday spirit with a few Christmas markets in Uzes and in Provence.
If you haven’t already visited the city of Sète, you should. And if you don’t already know Nancy McGee of Absolutely Southern France, you don’t know what you’re missing. Take a tour of the Latin Quarter of Southern France with me.
What a dream come true! A culinary holiday in Provence full of food, fun, music and wine! Come spend a delightful week in Uzès exploring the art of French cuisine with us.
Every day all around France, collectors, amateur collectors and spectators gather at the various brocantes and antique fairs offering a plethora of goods from times past and present. The International Antiques Festival on L’Isle sur La Sorgue is one of those gathering points in the picturesque Vaucluse where over several days you can indulge in what for some has become a habit. Deborah, our Barefoot Blogger takes us along on the adventure calling all collectors!
We love the Wednesday producers market in Uzès and don’t miss an opportunity to chat up the local producers who are putting the region and the city on the map. I sat down with Pascal & Catherine Roger of Les Terres d’Uzès to find out more about their jams, syrups and sorbets in our Local people series.