• Author: Jussi Adler-Olsen The New York Times and #1 internationally bestselling author of The Keeper of Lost Causes delivers his most captivating and suspenseful Department Q novel yet—perfect for fans
Every week, Food52's Senior Editor Kristen Miglore is unearthing recipes that are nothing short of genius. Today: The simplest possible technique for a succulent turkey. It will forgive you if you overcook
The turkey is the star of a classic Thanksgiving table. And, like a real-life celebrity, turkey can be fussy, difficult, and a general drama queen. But when it's good, it's really good. From the fight
Fragrant lavender fields, cobbled streets and sizzling coastlines - Provence’s endless charms have inspired writers, painters and travellers galore. This bewitching corner of southern France combines coastal
Winning tip: Carrières de Lumières, Les Baux The huge underground quarries close to Les Baux-de-Provence, left behind after the bauxite mines were exhausted, have been converted to host a spectacular show.
TravelIntelligent Travel From the foot of Cours Mirabeau — some call it France’s most beautiful avenue — in Aix-en-Provence I make my way past history and beauty intertwined. Richly decorated, Italianate-style
"Furck, furck, furck. Furck zis; furck zat. It's not ze way to cook," says the diminutive French chef in front of me. In one fist he holds a limp, freshly skinned rabbit carcass. In the other a long, knife.
New direct trains from London to Aix-en-Provence offer easy access to the GR2013 walking trail – and Cézanne's 'muse', the Mont Sainte-Victoire. Plus more Provence holidays Inside Cézanne's studio – watch
Where Raymond Blanc would enjoy... A typical brunch My favourite food market is at Sanary-sur-Mer, where there are stalls selling beautiful slow-cooked squid, bouillabaise, bourride [a simpler version
In Provence, gratins are called "tians" for the colorful earthenware vessel they're cooked and served in. But it's not their name that makes these gratins unusual... In Provence, gratins are called "tians"
I have been going to Provence each summer for years now, and I have yet to run out of places to discover. Even when I get lazy and want only to swing in a hammock under a tree, the endless discoveries
Jocelyne Sibuet has that rare design ability to mix styles and fabrics and have the result look brilliant and fresh instead of the colliding mess that would occur in less savvy hands. She’s done it in
On the surface, Provence, 1970 would look to be the perfect read for the Accidental Locavore. It's about one of my favorite places, the South of France. It's about Julia Child and James Beard and MFK and
Travel Discover the arts, foods, crafts, and vistas that make this one of Europe's most inspiring regions. If you drive slowly through the village of L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue on a weekday afternoon, things
Putting too much stock in guidebooks limits the serendipity of surprise and the opportunity to slow down and see the roadside flowers. That's especially true in a Provence, a region dotted with small and
Driving around the Provence countryside can be a harrowing experience or a whole lot of fun. It can be expensive or really reasonable. Both pleasure and cost depend on how well you plan and how you approach
This is a stunning place, with distant views of snow-covered mountains and closer views of the striking cliffs rising from the valley floor. The fortress and village of Les Baux-de-Provence need no introduction
To taste the best of the Provence region follow this wine route from Toulon to the Massif des Maures, via Saint-Tropez, stopping at stunning vineyards, rural B&Bs and fantastic bistros Provence spans very
Gorges du Verdon Arriving at the spectacular-setting of the Hotel des Gorges du Verdon is a relief after a series of nerve-jangling hairpin bends on the D952. All is sparkling, modern, eco-friendly and