Tag: organic food

“Dolce Italia” Organic Gelato Saint Paul de Vence

Dolce Italia in Saint Paul de Vence: the best organic gelato, Rated #3 best ice-cream in France by TripAdvisor’s traveler community and awarded the “Certificate of Excellence”, “. “Dolce Italia” is one of the hidden gems of Saint Paul de Vence, a fantastic Italian artisanal organic gelato shop located at 13 place de l’Eglise, across the entrance of the Collegiate… Read more →

Grow organic tomatoes

Lavancia Organic Farm: Hints and Tips to Grow Organic

How to grow organic vegetables in your own garden, here some tricks: Interesting facts about growing organic vegetables The visit to Lavancia Organic farm was truly educational, we discovered so much about organic farming. We cannot wait to put into practice all we have learned and to cultivate our own organic vegetable patch. 1. Tomatoes Seeds 2. Basil 3. Mildew… Read more →

Renaud and Agnes Pappone

Organic Farming: Lavancia

Overcoming organic farming challenges – combining tradition with innovation This was one of the busiest weekends of the summer here in the Cote d’Azur, so we escaped the chaotic coast returning back to nature at the Organic Farm “Lavancia” in Puget Théniers. In 2009, Agnes and Renaud left their urban life to take on the challenge of organic farming. After… Read more →

Farm to table lavancia Farm

Lavancia Organic Farm To Table

What is “Farm to table” concept? “Farm to table” is when we, consumers, can buy directly from the Organic Farmers Here in France there are two ways to do that: 1. Organic Farmers Market. 2. AMAP: Organic food delivered directly to the consumer each week. Save Save Save Save Save 1. Organic Farmers Market Together with other local Organic Farmers,… Read more →

Summer peppers at the market

Summer Peppers

Summer is here, and so are the Summer Red Peppers! Big, scarlet red shaded with green and purple, absolutely beautiful, this is what I call Mediterranean peppers. Jump to Recipe Come June, you will find them in abundance in any farmer markets and Supermarkets at a reasonable price. What a difference between those summer peppers and the one you normally… Read more →