Posts Tagged ‘Normandy’

Cabourg and the Normandy Coast

While the Normandy coast doesn’t benefit from the same consistent soleil and azure seas as southern France, it does…

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Normandy France: Home in a 13th Century Palace

There’s nothing quite like eating at home. Especially if your home is an 13th century mini-Norman palace in Normandy….

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Normandy: Spiritual France

I am approaching the end of a week traveling with Leah from Leah travels, Arturo our chauffeur from MY Paris VIP and Beth Levin….

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Moules à la Crème

Right around the coast of France you will find plenty of local dishes containing mussels, but moules à la crème is one of the most famous, featuring two of Normandy’s most loved ingredients.

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Paris Bistro: Le Pharamond, Classic Norman Cuisine

Founded in 1832, Pharamond is a historic restaurant that offers some of the best homemade traditional Norman dishes….

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