Posts tagged with "Cuisine"



French cuisine · 26 February 2020
One of the best known stereotypes we have of the Frenchman is the Onion Johnny. But where does it come from?

French culture · 06 January 2020
On 6th January the French mark the end of the festive period with "une galette des Rois"...

French language · 07 September 2019
With the September wine fairs about to start up all over France, we dust off our wine vocabulary...

French language · 05 August 2019
Brush up on your kitchen French to start cooking (and speaking) like a chef...

French cuisine · 04 April 2019
Cahors is a red wine known rather intriguingly as 'le vin noir'. It has had a fairly turbulent history, as we soon found out...

French cuisine · 07 March 2019
This delicious cheese from Rocamadour is one of the region's gastronomic delights not to be missed...

French cuisine · 15 November 2018
It is a French tradition that the Beaujolais Nouveau wines are released on the 3rd Thursday every November. In 2018, that means today!

French cuisine · 26 October 2018
It's saffron harvest time here in the Lot. Known in France as "l'or rouge", at 30€ per gram "safran" is the most expensive spice there is.

French cuisine · 10 October 2018
Something is stirring in the forest... Could it be a crop of wild cèpe (porcini) mushrooms? We go on the trail of this legendary and much sought-after ingredient...

French cuisine · 23 September 2018
As walnut season comes around we take a look at the nut's history and its uses in the Lot and Dordogne...

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