The French are spoiled – at least when it comes to fresh produce. It is just about everywhere you look. Market day is a big deal here and I’m here to tell you all about it. Market day list inside!
Lunch in Uzès is truly a delight and when you are invited to lunch at one of the local producers, you can be sure to have a wonderful experience. Louise, takes us to Annie’s – a local goat cheese farmer who hosts lunches at her home by appointment.
The show before the French market opens can be just as entertaining as the market itself. You have to get up pretty early in the morning to catch it. Ashley takes us to breakfast a the provencal market of st Remy de Provence and there are no croissants in sight.
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