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This one is definitely a winter recipe! Aligot is a dish traditionally made in the south of Auvergne from melted Tomme cheese blended into mashed potatoes, often with garlic!


Are you a nature lover? Turquoise lakes, magnificent mountains, never-ending views? If yes, you have to visit Canada and its nationals parks. With over 17.2 million square foot of protected natural land, Canada was the first country in the world that established a national park service!


Every year in February, France observes La Chandeleur, (Candlemas in English). The day is dedicated to eating crêpes, so here is our favourite recipe!


UNESCO World Heritage sites, dynamic university, vibrant atmosphere, cobblestone streets, rich culture and history: Lyon, France’s third largest city, has so much to offer!


Maria Curie is one of the most important and celebrated scientists not only of the 20th century, but of all time. Curie made noteworthy discoveries in the field of chemistry, physics and medicine with far-reaching influence up to this day.


Ratatouille is a bright, thick summer vegetable dish, rich in olive oil, a vegetable dish from the south of France, particularly from the Nice region. It’s perfect to bring some summer vibes to this cold weather.


Happy January! Wherever you happen to be celebrating the beginning of 2023, today we will take you to a nice and warm island of Martinique, one of the French Overseas Departments located in the Caribbean Sea.




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