June 11, 2011

Saturday Links from France

Lavender and Blue Skies

France, cheese and life in the Languedoc in my Franco File Friday interview with Lindsey.

Sometimes you just have to stop and enjoy the view.

Hot where you are? Try some Sorbet au Citron and you'll instantly feel cooler.

For all that's going on in Provence, look no further...

While she ruminates about which job to take, Camille shares a fantastic pickle recipe with her readers.

A perfect seaside dream


One of my favorite cherry recipes.

Another delicious, quintessentially French one.

Et une autre recette. (en français) Pin It


Lost In Cheeseland said...

Great links! Thank you for being part of my series =)

Emm said...

Lots of linkie goodness, thanks. And, oh, that sky!

Vagabonde said...

J’aime le sorbet au citron mais ici ils mettent trop de sucre dedans – d’ailleurs aux Etats-Unis il y a trop de sucre dans tous les aliments – et aussi une épidémie de diabète! Quant aux cerises, ont ne trouve que des cerises sucrées, des noires. En France j’habitais près de la forêt de Montmorency et il y a de bonnes cerises qui s’appellent cerises de Montmorency, ma mère les mettaient dans de l’alcool et cela faisait de bonnes cerises à l’eau de vie.

Bienvenue chez French Girl in Seattle... said...

Merci for the Clafoutis recipe. Love clafoutis, especially with cherries! Will take the time to make one just before we fly back to Europe at the end of the week. Will be blogging along the way and keeping up with my favorite blogs (at least that's the plan)-- A bientot! Veronique aka French Girl in Seattle

Murissa Maurice said...

Thanks so much for the great recipes!

The Wanderfull Traveler

Andi said...

The color of those cherries is indescribable - amazing!

Chez Loulou said...

You're welcome! Thanks again!

Isn't that the most amazing shade of blue?

When I make lemon desserts I always cut back on the sugar because I prefer the tart flavor over a too sweet flavor.

French Girl
Have a good trip over and a good clafoutis!

If you try any of them, try the frozen yogurt recipe. It is amazing!

So true! :)

Anonymous said...

Hey, thanks for the link! Sorry, I'm way behind in my blog reading and just seeing this now. :)

Chez Loulou said...

No problem! Hope the decision has been reached?