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... 2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 chicken, cut into 8 pieces, rinsed and dried
1/2 cup white wine
1 cup chicken stock
200g dried figs, halved
Mix the flour, paprika, salt and pepper together then coat the chicken pieces with the mixture.
Heat the oil in a casserole and brown the chicken pieces until golden. Add the wine and chicken stock, bring to the boil, add the ...
... 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 ...
By 1.30 we were ready for lunch so we took up a bench seat in the park with all the locals and enjoyed the sun while eating filled baguettes we had brought from home. We followed this up with a long walk through town to see the Triumphal Arch. This one is a ripper. A large central arch ...
... measures only 3 to 4 cm in length and weighs between 2 to 3 grams. After a quick tour of the museum, we continued on our walking tour and noticed that the bell tower had a weather vane on top with a cat chasing a mouse which we thought was pretty original. We stopped for a café au lait around noon and then finished up the rest of the walk. We spotted lots of interesting old doors and knockers and some lovely ...
... crop!) called Gordes. This would have to be one of the best villages we have seen since we have been in France. Quite a big village with a significant portion of the Chateaux/fortress still standing high at the top. This village has church dating from 1031that has the most amazingly painted interior we have seen since we have been in France. The church is dedicated to St Crepin and St Crepinien, the patron saints for cobblers. At one ...