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Christmas is the time to celebrate with your friends and family. Apart from eating cake and enjoying a lavish dinner, you can also try out some fun activities, which involve all members of the family. After all, it is the one day of the year when everyone comes together to celebrate the spirit of festivities. […]
Christmas is all about following old traditions and getting along with family members to enjoy a good time. An essential and age-old culture that we have been following for centuries is carving a full roast Turkey to celebrate the spirit of Christmas.
For a chef, a Michelin star is the equivalent of winning an Oscar if you are an actor or an actress. It is a the recognition of long and hard work. It takes months to produce a movie, it can take up this time to launch a restaurant extraordinaire.
It is Christmas eve in Provence, 13 desserts have been laid out on a table covered with 3 layers of white cloth. Amongst the dishes, 3 candles are burning…beautiful set for a painting, but this is the typical dessert table for Christmas in Provence.
When you think of the French countryside, certain images may spring to mind: vast sunflower fields, rolling hills, fresh water springs, and the sight of grazing cows in the Limousin.
Originally a Christian feast day, the 14th of February is the day to celebrate love.
Wanna make a bet? If I say one word I can guarantee that hundreds of clichéd images will instantly cloud your head.
This Year, Mardi Gras will be celebrated on the 17th of February. The name Mardi Gras is the French for Fat Tuesday.
The season to enjoy the traditional Galette des Rois has finally come! Much more than just a cake, the Galette is deeply rooted in French tradition. It celebrates Epiphany, on January 6th.