Chef Élodie Pichard, Chef with her partner and husband Jeremie, Duck Tartare and Seared Fois Gras When the Michelin Guide came out with its new list of culinary stars in the region for 2020, it was impossible to miss the lack of female chefs. I regularly work with Chef Caroline Alix of Restaurant Caro&Co in... Continue Reading →
With many markets closing let’s try to keep our local farms in business while we can with delivery or pick-up of local products.
One of the most authentic French countryside towns might be Bazas. Its arcaded town square, beautiful Saturday morning markets and unique yearly festivals are only a few of the reasons to visit.
Visting the historic center of Gironde, circa 1400. UNESCO Cathedral, Saturday Markets and Cultural Festivals.
The Durand family has an incredibly well-run operation, from fishing to cooking to presentations for kids and adults.
The village is equally stunning in the winter; when you can admire the cobbled streets and stone-framed windows, bask in awe of the ethereal dome in the Saint-Sauveur church...and visit the local artisan store and art gallery of Simone et les Mauhargats.