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2nd Fête de la gastronomie
Important news for lovers of fine food! France celebrates one of its sources of ...national pride on 22 September: gastronomy.
A cheese assortment for winter meals
Winter cheeses, with their fruity taste and powerful aroma, have naturally ...become associated with the festive season. A few exceptional cheeses, such as the famous "Comté de Noël", are released in limited quantities around Christmas.
Vacherin - Mont d'Or
A really festive cheese, Vacherin was a favourite of Louis XV, and today it is ...one of the most popular winter cheeses. Originally made using leftovers from Gruyère or Comté fabrication, the tradition has been perpetuated, and Vacherin has evolved into an exceptional product.
Brie de Meaux
Bring to your table a cheese fit for kings, with Brie de Meaux, a soft cheese ...made from raw cow's milk, whose rind is covered with a fine white bloom.
Exceptional regions producing exceptional cheeses that bring the powerful, ...rustic savour of the Auvergne highlands to your table. Salers cheese comes from the high plateaus of Auvergne. Easily recognized by its thick, golden rind, it is a full-bodied cheese of unique flavour, lactic, spicy and fruity.
How do you choose your oysters?
Oysters come in many varieties and sizes – Normandy, Brittany, ...Marennes-Oléron, Arcachon… – a panorama of French oysters, all with their own secret flavour.
Beaujolais nouveau 2012
For the past 60 years, on the third thursday of November, the Beaujolais nouveau ...is a major event throughout the world and marks the end of the grape harvest.
18th Paris Chocolate Show
Gourmets will be flocking to the 18th Paris Chocolate Show from 31 October to 4 ...November.
Sweets and confectionery available in ...France
France boasts over 600 varieties of regional confectionery: boiled sugar candy ...and lollypops, gumdrops, fruit jellies, marzipan, pastilles, chewing-gums, nougats, marshmallow, candied fruit, and many more, each with its own particular history.
We tell you all about the little round biscuit with the soft centre that comes ...in so many flavours and colours.