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Can France Still Surprise Us?

We know France, don’t we? We know her wine regions. We know all the little micro-climates and sub-zones; there’s nothing new under that southern French sun. 524 more words

La lignée de Sa Majesté Impériale An-Anu El Bey

La lignée de Sa Majesté Impériale An-Anu El Bey remonte aux Al-Qanon Maar (Maures de Canaan). De cette terre ancestrale, les pérégrinations de l’Histoire la conduisirent en sol mérovingienne dans le Languedoc. 185 more words

Anduze - Wish We'd Known

Anduze is a very beautiful and very famous village in the Languedoc region of France. And we might be the only people in the world who have visited there without understanding just how famous Anduze is!

In France

Madeira, my dear?

The last get together of our cooking group had a Portuguese theme.  Our hosts had been to Madeira shortly before, and had returned full of enthusiasm, and with many ideas for Portuguese dishes for us to try out. 829 more words


Out and about, Sète

Once upon a sunday afternoon, in a land far far away from trouble and stress, a family enjoyed the soft spring season sun.

Sunday was the last day in the south of France for my parents and we decided to make it unforgettable! 111 more words


Early Days

My first spring has sprung; almost overnight the fruit trees in the orchard have puffed out in a froth of pink and white blossom. The meadows meandering up the mountainsides are a tapestry of colour with swathes of golden dandelions, pinky-white daisies, creeping buttercups and blue scillas - these are only the flowers I recognise. 213 more words


Avis, Avis : Le Potager réouvre le 11 avril, c’est le Printemps !

Au cœur de la jolie Sigean, un Restaurant Vigneron couleur du Sud et à l’accent authentique de sa belle cuisine, sa vigne et son potager. Une vraie adresse ! 14 more words