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Bring a French touch to your menu with this creamy chicken in cider ‘poulet au cidre’, a traditional dish from Brittany.
The structure is aimed at simplifying administrative formalities for the self-employed in France.
Insuring your vehicle in France is not dissimilar to doing so in the UK. There, are, however, some differences you need to be aware of, whether it is your only motor or a second one.
Crêpes are prepared using plain flour and are sweet. They are usually washed down with cider and are just as delicious with a cup of coffee or a steaming mug of chocolat chaud…
Find out how to help your local flock thrive this winter. And with the right food, you may even be able to tempt in a new visitor or two
We talk to Amanda Garnham, Press Attaché for the Armagnac bureau, who’s lived with her family in Gascony since 1997
Visiting an open-air market in Provence is one of life’s great little pleasures. Market day has been a way of life for Provençals for generations. The market serves a social function bringing together the community each week …
This rich potato gratin (designed to show off the mighty Reblochon) is ever popular with skiers looking for a warming, filling lunch. It makes an ideal winter dish, whether you’re on the French Alps or snuggling in front of the TV.
Choosing who you use for important services when you relocate to France or purchase a second home is often done under pressure of time and the opportunity for making a poorly researched decision is high.
Clive and his family have been on quite a journey, from hoteliers in England to their magnificent Relais & Châteaux hotel and Michelin-star restaurant in a 12th century Cistercian abbey…