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Lionel - La boutique de madeleines de Liverdun - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

France

Meet Jean-Claude and Rachelle, who own a specialty store full of delicious goodies. They talk to Lionel about the madeleine, a specialty of the Lorraine region that was supposedly invented by a cook named (you guessed it!) Madeleine.

Lionel - La boutique de madeleines de Liverdun - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

France

Lionel is still in Liverdun, a small village in the Lorraine, to find out some more about the madeleine. It's a specialty of the region that comes in various delicious flavors, such as mirabelle plum and bergamot orange.

Lionel - La boutique de madeleines de Liverdun - Part 3 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

France

In this third segment on the madeleine, a specialty of the Lorraine region, we find out more about the history of the famous pastry. Did you know that the first madeleine appeared in the Middle Ages?

Lionel - L'usine de madeleines de Liverdun - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

France

Lionel meets with Steven, who works in the madeleine factory. Without giving away too much of the secret family recipe, he shows us how these delicious specialties are made. The first step is to crack over three liters of eggs!

Lionel - L'usine de madeleines de Liverdun - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

France

Lionel continues his behind-the-scenes tour of the madeleine factory. It only takes one hour to make a thousand of these iconic French sweets!

Lionel - L'usine de madeleines de Liverdun - Part 3 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

France

We continue our visit of the madeleine factory in Liverdun. This time, we see the finished product coming out in its packaging. Claude, who has been working at the factory for twenty-nine years, shows us the packing process.

Lucette - La confiture d'abricots

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

France

In this video, Lucette teaches us how to make some delicious, homemade apricot jam. She also skillfully recites an apricot-related tongue-twister!

Michel - Les Macarons Parisiens

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

France

Michel Le Leannec, a pastry chef from Meudon, won fourth place in the 2011 contest for best macaroon in the Île-de-France region of France. French macaroons (les macarons) come in many flavors, colors, and sizes, but in this video Michel will teach us his award-winning recipe for Italian meringue macarons filled with salted butter caramel custard. Don't miss this mouth-watering video!

Ostréiculture - Rencontre avec Gildas Mourier (Morbihan)

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

France

Meet Gildas, who works on an oyster farm in Brittany. He'll tell you all about collecting oysters. It's a tough job, but well worth the effort, since you're always rewarded with a delicious treat in the end!

Parigot - Le bistrot View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

France

Come meet the owner of the bistro Parigot (French slang for “Parisian”). This charming restaurant is a French oasis at the intersection of Manhattan’s Chinatown/Little Italy and Soho districts.

Parigot - La cuisine View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

France

Michel, co-owner and head chef at Parigot, shows us how to make his very own tuna tartare. We can see why it’s so popular!

Provence - Domaine Rouge-Bleu - Part 1 View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

France

Jean-Marc Espinasse owns a vineyard in the southern Rhone Valley, whose Mediterranean climate makes it a perfect place for wine production. In this video, Jean-Marc gives us a taste of the different types of wine he makes.

Provence - Domaine Rouge-Bleu - Part 2 View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

France

Many people know a thing or two about French wine, but what do we know about grape growing? This grape grower from Provence tells us all about pruning a vine.

Réveillon de Noël - Que mange-t-on lors de ce repas?

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

France

Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve call for a celebratory feast in France: le réveillon. While some stick with traditional fare—oysters, stuffed capon, a Yule log—others might branch out to more unusual delicacies like mullet roe or even dried insects!

Sophie et Patrice - Après le réveillon View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

France

Sophie and Patrice are trying to recover from the Christmas festivities and can't stand the sight of foie gras, turkey, or Yule logs... They consider doing away with the Christmas tradition of big feasts altogether and escaping to the tropics instead.

Télé Lyon Métropole - Un restaurant... dans un bus! View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

France

Hop aboard the Trolley des Lumières bus restaurant and dine in style while sightseeing through the city of Lyon. An unforgettable dining experience!

Télé Lyon Métropole - Chaillé-les-Marais : Une biscuiterie 100 % familiale View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

France

Take a tour of this family-run cookie factory in Chaillé-les-Marais, where each family member is responsible for a different stage of production, from harvesting the wheat to packaging the final product. They take the idea of "homemade" to a whole new level!

Télésonne - Micro-trottoir : Pour ou contre l’appellation "restaurant"? View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

France

More and more restaurants are resorting to frozen food instead of preparing dishes from scratch. The Micro-trottoir team took to the streets to ask people whether restaurants that don't cook their own food can still be called restaurants. Many people are concerned about not knowing where the food is coming from and would prefer to enjoy local produce, while others say that the quality of the frozen food source as well as the chef's expertise are the key. Let your discerning palate be the judge!

TLT Toulouse - Noël: Les fêtes approchent! View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

France

What is the French traditional holiday fare? You'd be surprised... While the classic turkey with chestnut stuffing is still on the menu, some people are getting off the beaten track, pairing classic dishes with ethnic food. Foie gras samosas, anyone? Or how about imitation caviar truffles?

TV Tours - Défendre les fromages au lait cru View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

France

The French love their cheese, and as this video demonstrates, their appreciation begins at a young age. In the Touraine region, a group of students taste an incredible variety of raw milk cheeses from the area and learn about the ways in which they differ from their "industrial" imitations. Who says that kids can't have refined palates?

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