Garlic is valued as much for its medicinal properties as its flavouring, and has been cultivated for so long that it is impossible to be sure of its country of origin. Use it in this typically French soup.
OPENING SATURDAY 8TH MAY Ecozonia, a brand new wildlife park dedicated to the conservation of predators in Cases-de-Pène.
Saint Cyprien’s 7km sandy beach is a firm favourite with locals and visitors, whether they’re walking, running, roller blading, kite surfing or simply soaking up the sun. But take a tour inland slightly and discover the green haven of the Parc de la Prade.
This Sweet Cherry & Almond Fougasse is a slightly different way to enjoy this year’s cherries. It’s perfect for picnics, wonderful with coffee, and just about any time of day really!
Another holiday and rental season is fast approaching and now is the time to start thinking about all those little (or big) jobs that need doing for next season around your property.
Whip up a couple of glasses of this light and refreshing cocktail then savour every second as you enjoy (or imagine, for those unable to be here in person) the P-O views.
Suzanne Dunaway LOVES to cook. Some might say she LIVES to cook. Having cooked, written and painted around the world, here she shares her PO-inspired recipes in this weekly blog.
Ticks are not insects, but tiny blood sucking parasites which live in woodland and grassy areas, closely related to spiders.
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Try our special and simple cherry slushie cocktail, a rather unprofessional result (skin an’ all) of painstaking research over several warm and giggly evenings!