The Provencal cuisine offers many dishes. The ingredients from Provence are healthy, fresh and very tasty. Tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, eggplants and lots of garlic and olive oil are among them. Just like lamb, beef or fish directly from the farmer or fisherman.
When I read a crime thriller set in Provence, I smell the sea. Then I see the white horses of the Camargue. I remember the flamingos in the nature reserve. Think of the boules players who roll their balls in the market square of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer. Dreams of the sandy beaches where the waves run smoothly. Buy your Provence thriller here.
Rillettes from the duck This is the first contribution of a new culinary series about the regional kitchens of the world, which we start together with Azlin Bloor from LinsFood. In it we will introduce you to regional recipes that we brought with us from our travels. Azlin is a cook and will show you in her videos how to ... go to Article
French Baking: Fig Cake Recipe A fig cake recipe that will whet your appetite. We tested that French baking is fun at home with this fig cake recipe from France yesterday. If you feel the same way as we do, you get the taste of your travel destinations in your own kitchen every now and then. We were at … go to Article
The Camargue France The Camargue France attracts us. We go on one of the Camargue Tours in Provence on our river cruise along the Rhone. It is the southernmost region on our trip to France. It doesn't go any further. At Les Saintes Maries de la Mer we overlook sandy beaches and the vastness of the Mediterranean. In … go to Article
Discovering the Arosa Luna Rhone and historic cities Aboard the Arosa Luna Rhone, discovering historic cities and the Camargue is a travel experience that will be remembered. On our Arosa Rhone cruise, we experience the region between Lyon and the Mediterranean in a relaxed and full of enjoyment. After our two houseboat trips on the Mayenne ... go to Article
Our small plane from Air France circles over Nantes. There a strong thunderstorm forces us to pull a few circles over the Atlantic. Thereby we see how close we are to the sea. But the raindrops on the airplane windows soon disappear. The sun breaks through the clouds again as soon as we leave the storm cell behind. go to Article
Nowhere have I seen as many swans as on the Saone. In the five days of our houseboat tour, we met swans in all places, in every bay and every marina. Well, in the Marinas they were attracted by the scraps of food they fished out of the water. But along the route could ... go to Article
Calm and contemplative, they are the villages of the Saone in the Franche Comté in the east of France. So they are just the thing for a relaxing holiday for connoisseurs. We have experienced some of them on our houseboat tour from Gray to Scey sur Saone. You should not expect great sights. Instead, the villages are ... go to Article
We are on the way with the houseboat on the Saone. As houseboat newcomers we can no longer call us. We were on the Mayenne with a houseboat last year. In addition, we stayed this year on a houseboat in Holland. From there we made trips to the Dutch tulip paradise. This time we are ... go to Article