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Welcome to Le Blog. We’ve plenty to share with you here: delicious recipes using products and ingredients from the store, recommendations of our favourite places to visit in Provence, as well as the latest news and promotions. Bonne lecture!

Hiking up to Saint-Saturnin

April 07 2022
The next stop on our tour around the villages of the Luberon Valley is Saint-Saturnin-les-Apt. Saint-Saturnin-les-Ap...

Joucas, the understated village

February 15 2022
Joucas is a small terraced village built on a hill between Roussillon and Gordes in the heart of the Luberon Valley. ...

There's a Tariette event near you this spring 2022

February 10 2022
Spring is just around the corner! We've got this great feeling of a fresh start, a new season of events and markets, ...

Born in the candied fruit town and proud

January 13 2022
The history of candied fruits in Apt extends back at least seven centuries, to when its citizens presented the delica...

Our upcoming events, autumn winter 2021

September 20 2021
And before we know it, summer is gone, Halloween's over and the shops are full of Christmas stuff again! Here at Tari...

Mushroom, an autumnal love

September 14 2021
For as long as I can remember, I have always been fascinated by mushrooms. Their variety, first and foremost. There's...

Saignon, it's a rock!

August 17 2021
Saignon is a small village atop a hill and is just a few miles from Apt, our hometown. On the top of that hill, a mas...

Aubergine gratin in tomato sauce

July 15 2021
Aubergine is one of these vegetables that screams sunshine and Mediterranean holidays to many people, including me! T...

Tariette on tour Summer 2021

June 10 2021
Summer 2021 marks the end of a long and lonely lockdown. Since travelling abroad remains challenging due to the remai...

Tariette: the story behind our brand

April 23 2021
I'm often asked what Tariette means, and while there is a short answer to that (below), the truth is that Tariette is...

Market life, a love story

March 05 2021
Markets are the heart of our communities. I have been going to our hometown's weekly Saturday market in Provence sinc...

Faïence pottery from Apt

January 27 2021
A (tragic) family affair. The oldest examples of pottery using mixed and marbled clays were found in China and date b...

Wild blackberry jam

September 25 2020
Written by Pierre Jacquel When I reflect on my childhood memories of autumn, I don't necessarily think about going ba...

Tariette on tour Winter 2020

September 10 2020
2020 has been a challenging year for our events. We have adapted the format of these to make sure we guarantee your s...

Courgette flower fritters

August 19 2020
Alongside tomatoes, courgettes are a staple of summer cooking in Provence. You'll find them in our basket every singl...

Tomates à la Provençale

July 02 2020
If I had to pick my favourite summer fruit and vegetable it'd probably be tomatoes. There are so many ways to enjoy t...

My passion for collecting

May 05 2020
A love letter to brocantes and vide-greniers. I grew up collecting things, memorabilia and eventually got interested ...

Esparron, our favourite lake in Haute-Provence

April 12 2020
Just the mention of a holiday in Provence conjures up vivid images in our minds: the Mediterranean sea, rolling field...
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