Virtual Tourism: The Boom in French Food and Drink Courses

For frustrated Francophiles unable to visit France is there any joy to be found in the much-hyped world of virtual travel? In the second article in a series, Guy Hibbert investigates the flurry of...
COOK’N WITH CLASS

Cook’n with Class: A Taste of France in My Own Kitchen

During the Covid-19 pandemic, chances are that now, more than ever, you have been faced with the challenge of cooking at home. Stuck in my house and turning to my kitchen for comfort, I...

Introducing the New Taste of France Website

We’re delighted to announce the launch of Taste of France Magazine’s new website – your one-stop guide to French food and drink. Check out our chefs’ hacks and daily recipes guaranteed to suit ravenous locavores, carnivores...

Win Gift Vouchers for École De Cuisine Alain Ducasse Worth €340

Looking to spoil your loved ones or treat yourself? We’re offering you the chance to win two gift vouchers worth €170 each for the four-hour cookery or pastry course of your choice at the...

We’re Launching Taste of France Magazine

The countdown to the launch of our new French foodie bible, Taste of France, has begun – and it’s set to be the best thing since sliced baguette! Our team of elite gourmands has certainly put...

Piece of Cake: Interview with Bruno de Monte, Director of Ferrandi Paris

For close to 100 years, Ferrandi Paris has whipped novices into world-class chefs and pâtissiers. As the prestigious School of Culinary Arts releases its first pastry book in English, director Bruno de Monte takes...

Food Festivals in France: Journées de la Gastronomie in Èze, Côte d’Azur

Every autumn the medieval town of Èze, on the Côte d’Azur, is the place to be for foodies. And this year promises to be no exception. From October 13 to 15 the pretty coastal...

In a French Kitchen by Susan Herrmann Loomis

Just before upping sticks from the UK to head across La Manche I read Susan Herrmann Loomis’s On Rue Tatin. If ever we needed the final push to take the plunge into a new life...

Things to See and Do in Champagne and the Ardennes

A combination of cosmopolitan cities and isolated countryside means there’s no shortage of experiences in this delightful region. Related articles: Great French Destinations: Champagne and the Ardennes 12 Best Outdoor Activities in Champagne and the...

Bordeaux: Le Saint James Hotel and Restaurant

In the 18th and 19th centuries, the reputation of Bordeaux wine blossomed and the wealth of the vineyard owners, winemakers and merchants grew in equal measure. In the humid heat of a Bordeaux summer you can...