Hotel des Sources
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Fricassee Of chicken & figs with camargue red rice pilaf
Camargue red rice pilaf
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 red onion, finely chopped
2 sticks celery, finely chopped
2 cloves garlic, chopped
1 cup Camargue red rice (available from good supermarkets)
1 teaspoon salt
1@3/4 cups chicken stock or water
70g slivered almonds, toasted
1/2 cup flat-leafed parsley, coarsely chopped
In a medium saucepan ...
... Roussillon, an oncoming car maintained his line in the middle of the road. I headed for the edge of the road and we passed with an almighty "bang". For the first time in three weeks, I was driving with my window down. Thankfully my wing mirror was simply thrown closed and the mirror just popped out still attached to its electricals. I stopped, refitted the mirror, continued ...
... arch sign at the driveway. Beggars cant be choosers and we were thirsty. We had mango frappe (basically a small mango thick shake) and it came with the universal "brain freeze"
A number of the older residents seem to use it as a meeting place to pass the time. Airconditioned and clean.
... clothes before Fiona invited us to her house The first 45 minutes was to be the hardest challenge, but in fact the group held well and managed the climb to 'Mur de la Peste' (Wall of the Plague). It was on the 26th May 1770, that the ship Le Grand Saint-Antoine arrived in Marseille via the Orient. It bought with it the plague that ended up killing half the population of Marseille, as well as spreading outwards into the interior of Provence. In March ...
The drive from Gordes to Fontaine de Vaucluse was only about forty minutes long and as we neared the town, we passed under an enormous aqueduct that reminded me of Pont du Gard. The parking lot was a short walk outside of town, along the Sorgue river, and actually had some very decent views from it. We paid our full day parking fee (4 Euros) and walked into town. Our first view of town was the most spectacular one – a bridge (with an attached water wheel) ...