For this edition, we are escaping to Normandy! Its rich history, verdant countryside full of rich produce and adorable villages awaits you… From our “Discovering France” guide to extra-special interiors and delectable regional dishes. And to top it all off, we take a tour of Editor Sharon Santoni’s summer garden in Normandy.
Read on to find out what else awaits in our special May/June issue!
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For our latest “Discovering France” guide, we take a trip around the Eure region of Normandy. Rolling hills, orchards bursting with fruit, wild horses; traditional half-timber houses, set along shimmering riversides… Inspired? Start planning your next trip!
Delicious Regional Recipes
MFCH contributor Franck Schmitt whips up five delectable, local dishes for the new issue. From oyster gratin to apple crêpes (pictured), take to your tastebuds on a tour of the region!
A Very Secret Garden
Jardin d’Agapanthe is wonderfully unique. This garden, hidden deep in the Normandy countryside, is a bucket-list destination for gardeners. From Italian to Oriental to French, it is hard to define exactly what its style is. But this makes it all the more marvelous.
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Le Moulin Brégeon
American painter Jonathan Robinson did what every Francophile dreams of doing. Finding an abandoned water mill and renovating it in a classical French style. Wanting to share this piece of bucolic paradise to others, he opened Le Moulin Brégeon – a retreat in the Loire Valley, made for lovers of French country.
Atelier du Cuivre
Who doesn’t love the look of gleaming French copper? We visited heritage brand, coppersmiths Atelier du Cuivre, to see how these classic copper pots and pans are made. Don’t miss our exclusive offer with them, one of two curated collections – traditionally made in the heart of Normandy. A timeless essential that every kitchen needs.
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A Tour of Sharon Santoni’s Garden
The house and garden behind the magazine! Our Editor and My French Country Home Founder Sharon Santoni opens up her Normandy garden in our latest issue. She leads us through its conception, design and upkeep; and narrates how it is her haven and a constant source of creativity.
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