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Oh la Vache! Le Confiné, the Accidental New French Cheese

Most of us emerged from lockdown with, at best, a newfound knowledge of sourdough starters, but one couple in France went a step further...

Camembert Cheese: A Norman Tradition

Camembert came under threat from the world of commerce... but its producers fought back The idyllic Norman village of Camembert, with its half-timbered farms set...

Exploring Strasbourg with Eating Europe’s New Food Tour

After spending the last few years happily eating my way around the country, I was starting to feel fairly confident in my knowledge of...

Taste of France Magazine Issue Two: Your French Food Bible!

Pre-order your issue here. Pull up a chair and pour the wine – the countdown to the hotly-anticipated return of Taste of France has begun. Readers...

Taste Test: Our Top Cheeses for Summer

Calling all turophiles! Whether you prefer your cheese strong and pongy or fruity and creamy, Paxton & Whitfield caters to everyone’s taste. We’ve done...

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’...

French Fromage: Top 3 Cheeses from Auvergne

Calling all fromage fans. From a creamy blue to crumbly crowd-pleasers, these stinkers are sure to liven up your next cheese platter. SALERS A real treat...

Cow Zenitude: Good Saint-Nectaire Cheese Comes from Happy Cows

The secret to Jean-Valère Randanne’s velvety Saint-Nectaire? “Cow zenitude,” he grins, motioning to his “girls” placidly chewing the cud inside their pen. As if on...

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...

Taste Test: A Classic Cheese Spread

It’s pique-nique season and Team France Today has been hankering for the smelly stuff. We headed to Paxton & Whitfield for a round-up of...