Tag Archives: Cahors

A lovely dish from the Vaucluse

Today I’m continuing with a theme — let’s call it “How in the world did the chef do that?” —  that I started a few days ago in the posting “Clever food in Cahors — Dish No. 1” (January 10). … Continue reading

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Clever food in Cahors — Dish No. 2

Yesterday I introduced you to what I thought was quite a clever dish served at the restaurant Le Marché in Cahors, which is about an hour’s drive south of Daglan. Today I’ll serve up another clever concoction, but only after … Continue reading

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Clever food in Cahors — Dish No. 1

We have never really enjoyed, or understood, the town of Cahors — at least until yesterday. In the past, my wife Jan and I had somehow missed the sights or the shops or the restaurants that everyone else raved about. … Continue reading

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