We are pleased to announce that our Taste of Provence is still on for Tuesday January 10th, despite the horrible weather we’ve been having. The high winds and rain did some minor damage to the front area of our bistro. But we were able get everything cleaned up in a short amount of time. We would like thank the contractors who came out on short notice, specifically Dan Lombardo at www.windowcleaningconejovalley.com for getting our storefront windows cleaned up on such short notice.
The tasting will take place on our patio (weather permitting) as well as inside the bistro from 6 PM – 10 PM on Tuesday 1/10. The cost is $20 per person. Below are descriptions of just some of the delicious foods we will have available for sampling.
When you are learning about food, it is essential to learn about what they are made of. It is also important to obtain knowledge of their origins. The origin of a food not only tells where it comes from but also what is special about the food item. It tells what stands out about the food products as well. French food has a long-standing role in history and some of their food items play a big part in the history of the world and are wonderful dishes as well. Aioli is one of these fabulous french food products.