Rosa Jackson's Edible Adventures

Sunday, 17 August, 2008

The Arles market


My first visit to the medieval city of Arles happily coincided with the Saturday market along boulevard des Lices, so I dodged the shopping carts and elbows to take a few pictures. Next stop: the Cévennes, land of chestnuts and honey, goat's cheese and grass-fed lamb. (Click on "Permalink and comments" to see my image gallery of the Arles market, then click on a picture to begin the slide show.)

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Monday, 18 August, 2008 12:44am [ 1 ]

How much fun to see the Arles market! I was there this summer. I just purchased four cans of olive oil at Williams-Sonoma that was on close-out. It was produced near Arles and I can't wait to try it! I'm feeling very lucky. It was probably a lot less than I would have paid for it had I purchased it in France. Beautiful photos. Thanks.

Monday, 18 August, 2008 6:02pm [ 2 ]

It must be my lucky day - beautiful photos of French markets from you, the latest issue of Gourmet arrived dedicated to Paris and I just started reading Trail of Crumbs by Kim Sunee which takes place in France. I wish I could be dream is to dream.

Friday, 22 August, 2008 5:41am [ 3 ]

Oh my god, I wouldn't be able to resist buying everything! The goat cheese and the honey are particularly alluring. Aren't farmers markets the greatest?

Monday, 25 August, 2008 5:49pm [ 4 ]

Eileen, lucky you to have a supply of olive oil produced near Arles! It's the next best thing to being there.

Teryll, that kind of dreaming led me to move to France 13 years ago - so look out, you never know what might happen!

Sara, I had to restrain myself because we had a seven-course lunch booked at Jean-Luc Rabanel (more on that to come). It was agony!

Wednesday, 27 October, 2010 6:22am [ 5 ]

Goat cheese and honey?! Delish. I can't wait to visit when I go out of the country in March.. I haven't been able to find fresh fruits, veggies and cheeses in a long time where I am. Can't wait! Mouth is watering. -Sunny ioLite

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