The French, many believe, wouldn’t accept Halloween as their own holiday, as they’re much too protective of their culture - we could be in for a drastic change...
Although the French capital of gastronomy may be known for its meaty saucissons and quenelles, Lyon also has its fair share of sweet specialities.
After spending 8 days on the islands, I’d like to offer you all some insight and tips into exploring and experiencing les îles du Frioul!
Animal cruelty or simply tradition? See what you think after we look at the debate on foie gras.
A different way to meet the French: enjoying vintage French music and dance in London.
Anne shares her market tips and introduces you to the locals: a perfect market guide.
‘On prend l’apéro?’ is so common it has almost become a clichéd phrase in France. Yet, there is more to this French tradition than meets the eye.
L'Absinthe Salon, niché au cœur de Surry Hills, est l'aboutissement d'une passion pour l'absinthe cultivée avec une main experte par Gaye Valttila et son partenaire Joop van Heusden.
The Absinthe Salon, results from a passion for absinthe cultivated with an expert hand by Gaye Valttila and Joop van Heusden.
As you will see, you don’t have to be in or from Provence to have a ‘Bon Nouvè’ (Merry Christmas in Provençal dialect).