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Le Sud de France: The Food & Cooking of the Languedoc by Caroline Conran I normally do cookbook reviews on my other blog: The Best Cookbooks List. But this book is so special that I decided to review it on both blogs so that the most amount of people were able to learn about it. I have over 500 cookbooks,...

      The Roaring 20’s were spent along the Riviera by the likes of Hemmingway and F.Scott Fitzgerald and his wife, Zelda, who lived for...

A day in Cannes, a day bombarded with huge posters of television programs that are trying to get sold at the convention taking place where the Cannes...

Nicoise olives are just about ripe and ready to harvest. A new crop of walnuts are in the markets now. As are chestnuts, apples, pears and green muscat...

From Cannes I drove up into the mountains, into the arriere payee, towards the sound of birds, perched villages high in the sky, through my old village...

     What you don't see in the bowl of olives are the bits of marinated fennel stocks—because I dug out each and every...

Pamela Braun of My Man's Belly Blog      One of the things I love most about being a food blogger is all the interesting people...

 Cannes, France    One of my discoveries from years of traveling is the joy of being able to rent apartments and houses,  rather...

 Anniversary!       I started blogging about food years ago. My blog was called Blond Food, a mix of musings, photography,...

        "Take some fish bones, fish heads including the eyes, some conger eel, small fish, green crabs, some onions,...

Cooking with a French accent..