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With quaint, cobbled streets, pretty squares, lively shops, restaurants, and bars, and art and music museums, there is certainly enough temptation to hang around the town, but there is plenty going on around and about too.
Traditional British style sausages and bacon back in the P-O
What better season to try this Watermelon Gazpacho, fresh, light, and cool on a hot P-O summer day! Ingredients Approx 3 cups of watermelon, chopped and seeded 1 cucumber, diced 1 red or yellow bell…
Too many cherries? Cherry Brandy anyone?
Try our special and simple cherry slushie cocktail, a rather unprofessional result (skin an’ all) of painstaking research over several warm and giggly evenings!
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!
P-O Life Mag Summer is out! The paper version disappears like ‘gateaux chauds’ 🙂 so if you still haven’t managed to bag yourself a copy, try one in the following places.
Just how good is your knowledge of France’s rich and varied culinary tradition? Are you a French food fanatic? Take our quiz and find out.
The Easter Omelette, or ‘Omelette Pascale’ is more than just a recipe in Catalonia – it’s a whole tradition!
According to legend, Napoleon Bonaparte was travelling across southern France with his army, when he first tasted an omelette prepared for him at an inn near Bessières.