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Plum and almond cream tart on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Plum and almond cream tart

Hello and happy French Friday!  I’m writing this from Dublin where we are spending a couple of days before we head home. It’s been a wonderful summer – much more relaxing (yes, even despite the 200km I walked on the Camino and keeping up my running training) than previous years, which was very welcome! Last […]

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French Fridays: Featured in Living France magazine (and an interview!)

For French Fridays this week, somethng a little different… I was recently interviewed about buying property in Nérac for Living France magazine (click to open a PDF of the article). Paola, the journalist compiled the information she wasn’t able to use into an interview piece and she’s kindly allowed me to share a version of […]

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Easy Basque Chicken recipe on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Poulet Basquaise

If you’ve ever travelled in the Basque Country in Southwest France (you can read about one of our early trips to the Basque country and the Fêtes de Bayonne here) or northern Spain, you might have noticed a lot of red and green in everything from street signs to table linen. These are the Basque […]

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Compagnie du Chocolat fudge Taste of Toulouse Chocolate and Pastry tour on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Taste of Toulouse Pastry and Chocolate Tour

Ever found yourself somewhere new with a list a mile long of places to eat/ foods to try? Well when you’re travelling solo, it’s nearly impossible to get through that list (and believe me, I have travelled on my own enough to know!) – because, really, there is only so much you can eat in […]

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French Fridays: Sablés Bretons

For French Fridays today, I’m bringing you a favourite cookie recipe that, admittedly, I tend to purchase when I’m in France (because really good ones are so readily available!) but over the past year or so, I’ve been playing around with a homemade version that I’m finally happy to share (and – uh oh – […]

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Champagne taste but not a champagne budget? An exploration of France’s crémant wines

Source: Claude PIARD [CC BY-SA 4.0], de Wikimedia Commons This is a guest post written by Neil Phillips and participates in Saturday’s #winophiles Twitter chat (see below for details!) The end of year approaches, which for many bring on the season of celebration and parties – and a time to say thanks to friends and family.  […]

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