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T+L Reports: Crème de Cassis

Carved from a honey-colored stone citadel that dates back to the Roman presence in Provence, Château de Cassis is steeped in history. Bricks salvaged from...

Provence: Its Transportive Rosé Wine

T+L find the best of Provence’s rosé, which transports us more than any other wine.

World's Most Romantic Hotels

Whatever your vision for a romantic getaway, one of the world’s most romantic hotels will fit the bill.

Classic Foods of Provence

Can a culinary landscape endure eight decades of change? Guided by an extraordinary 1929 map of France’s regional specialties, Christopher Petkanas uncovers a dozen Provençal...

Simple Pleasures in Aix-en-Provence

Farmers’ market, cafes, lazy outdoor lunches: Pleasures in the south of France haven’t diminished at all.

Five Small-Town French Cafés

Want to live—and dine—like a local in southern France?Look no further than the village bistros scattered throughout the region’s countryside.

Tokyo Cuisine: Hip New Trends

Japan’s capital may be the most food-crazed city on earth.

Pari Fermier: Paris Farmers Market

Where can you find figs from Provence, chèvre from the Pyrenees, and almost any French comestible you can imagine?Among the farmers and producers at the...

Exploring Hidden French Islands

In the waters off France, Christopher Petkanas explores four tranquil islands where the coastlines are rugged, the villages are charming, and the subtle pleasures of...

Quebec, Canada

A short drive from Quebec City, a growing network of artisanal producers (600 and counting) has banded together to form the Gourmet Route (www.gourmetroute.com), along...
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