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The Shepherdess of the Bay of Mont-Saint-Michel

When Stéphanie won a week’s holiday in the Manche département of Normandy in 2004, she didn’t much like the countryside and the only exercise she got was during her commute through the Paris Métro. 583 more words

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An Anglo-Norman stay at the Vieille Abbaye

La Vieille Abbaye is a self-catering gite and B&B boasting fantastic foodie credentials. British lass Kate moved to Normandy 15 years ago when she married Stéphane, a Norman dairy farmer. 638 more words

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Ontario Public Institutions and On-site Food Production- Project SOIL Final Report

Ontario Public Institutions and On-site Food Production: Visualizing the Future for Health Care

January 2017

Phil Mount, Linda Varangu, Brendan Wylie-Toal, Irena Knezevic, Adeline Cohen, Louise Quenneville and Kat Rendek. 182 more words

Mak Mak's Kitchen Flavours

Mak Mak’s Kitchen Flavours is a family oriented business founded on August 29th, 2009.

They process and manufacture local kitchen flavours grown and harvested locally from traditional herbs, spices and fruits such as seasoning, pepper sauce, all purpose browning and much more products which can be found on the shelves of various supermarkets across Tobago. 26 more words

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Bénédictine, made by the monks

Normandy is famous not only for the production of delicious cider and Calvados, but it is also home to the world-renowned Bénédictine liqueur. The origins and preparation of this tipple are shrouded in mystery, so I popped along to the… 1,017 more words

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The whole of Normandy's your oyster at Xmas!

The festive season is here, and as all Normans know, there’s nothing better than enjoying a fresh oyster or two at this time of year! A typical family Christmas menu in Normandy begins with oysters, followed by the main course. 668 more words

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Foodie Caen

When it comes to food, fun and festivities, the Norman city of Caen ticks every box. Situated in the département of Calvados, famous for its apple brandy of the same name, its cider and its ripe creamy cheeses (Livarot and Pont-l’Evêque), Caen is a lively university town boasting fantastic restaurants, bars, medieval landmarks and much more. 905 more words

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