The French Cuisine Box
For the Francophile foodie or the hostess with the mostess, the French Cuisine Box is a tasteful collaboration between food blogger Le Chef's Wife and gift company Best French Forever that takes you on a trip to le marché in Provence and provides authentic French cooking essentials.
The French Cuisine Box includes:
- Award-winning olive oil from Chateau d'Estoublon
- Hand carved olive wood mortar and pestle and serving spoons
- Authentic herbes de Provence blend by Le Chef's Wife
- Handmade white and blue apron by French dressmaker Karine
- Two Provençal recipes by Le Chef's Wife (Ratatouille and Chicken Roast)
About Best French Forever
“A trip to Provence from the comfort of home.”
Best French Forever offers curated boxes and gifts à la carte that celebrate l'art de vivre en Provence with unique, sustainable, and joy-inducing products made in the South of France by small businesses and artisans.
Within each curated box comes an experience of the senses, which transports the recipient to the South of France via scents, sounds, textures... the way that Cynthia, founder and Provence native, experienced it in her childhood. BFF’s mission is to showcase the beautiful craftsmanship that takes place in the South of France, and promote a different way of living life: pleasurable yet more sustainable. Finding beauty and joy in simplicity, that is our motto.
About Le Chef's Wife
Le Chef's Wife blog is an online destination for home cooks and Francophiles. Readers find seasonal French Recipes, inspired largely by the French Riviera and Provence, explained simply.
“I believe that French food does not have to be intimidating and that delicious, seasonal, restaurant-worthy meals can be prepared at home by even the most inexperienced cooks in small kitchens” says Anina Belle Giannini, founder of Le Chef’s Wife.
Le Chef's Wife translates the elaborate French cooking of Le Chef (Sébastien Giannini) into easy to follow, step by step recipes, written for home cooks with busy lives, limited kitchen equipment and no culinary training.