Here is a small sample of interesting Stories from Tour visits of interest in Brittany France. 😍
Brittany’s countryside is pretty Wild, beautiful, with a touch of mystery 😎 You are bumping everywhere into cairns, calvaries and chapels erected by Celtics and early Christians. The land is covered with moors, brooms and sharp gorse. There are beautiful wild streams. The coastal rivers have long estuaries deeply penetrating the earth in sorts of very scenic fjords. ( Wow, that Sounds terrific! and very well said!) Continue reading Get to know The Wild West of Brittany
A great adventure that has been going on for more than 120 years now!
By adapting its know-how, started with Breton culinary tradition and French gastronomy to target new consumer trends, the Michel Caugant Company achieved a leading position in three main markets for fresh products, available pre-packed and at the delicatessen counter : charcuterie, ready to eat salads and Christmas products.
Innovating for 70 years! From 1927 until 1997
This popular carnival custom takes place at the end of winter, during Shrovetide – the period just before the Christian Lent… Carnival Les Gras comes from the latin “carnem levare” meaning “ remove meat”, but carnival takes another turn 😉 to people living in the wonderful seaside town called Douarnenez; as a Fishermen Village. Continue reading Popular Carnival Les Gras in Brittany France
Part 1 : HISTORY
Crêpe is derived from the Latin crispus meaning “curled”. Crêpes originated from Brittany, West region of France. Crêpes were originally called Galettes, meaning flat cakes.
Around the 12th century, buckwheat ; Sarrasin was introduced in Brittany and came from Asia via the Crusaders during the 12th century. Buckwheat thrived on the desolate and rocky Breton moors and is called “sarrasin” or “blé noir” (black wheat) due to the dark specs that are often found in it. It is high in fiber and is an excellent plant source of easily digestive protein and contains all eight essential amino acids. Another benefit is that it is gluten free. Continue reading Breton galettes were invented by The Duchess Anne de Bretagne
Once upon a Time … The Michel Audiard Style 😛
yeahh! Toute une époque, je vous dis que cela!:)
oh! Le Dabe means The Boss!
Michel Audiard was born in Paris, he was an Excellent, Awesome French screenwriter and film director. (1920-1985)
Did you know?
How many unhabitants in France ? More than 66,6 millions on 2016.
and a birth rate in France : 800 000 on 2015 🙂
World Record regarding Nobel Prizes : 11 Literature Nobel laureates
the main word used in France is : to be meaning “être” and I’m not surprised! lol
What about about the French custom of kissing the cheek? Depending on French regions, kissing the cheek vary from 1 to 4 kisses, we mostly kiss the cheek a single time in Brittany 🙂
From Daily Life Objects to Art Objects
For over Three centuries, production of earthenware, Faience in Locmaria neighborhood located in Quimper, made known in all over the world the name of Brittany and Quimper. You probably know a lot about Quimper faïencerie. In this article, you may learn a bit more, that is my focus.
Who started the Initiative?
France is the country that consumes the most cheese, that produces and exports the most Cheese too.
Nowadays, many French bistrots are dedicated to this pillar of gastronomy, and their owners suggest all the dishes on the menu based on various Cheese Origins. Another original approach to meet the needs of a new generation of customers.
Did you know?