• Back to basics with Lexon’s trendy radios

    Listening to music in today’s world can sometimes get confusing with all the gadgets and technologies that seem to be involved. But something as simple as enjoying your favourite tunes shouldn’t be complicated. Lexon has come up with a solution that combines the best of modern style and sound quality in the traditional and basic …

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  • Top Survival Tips for Living in France

    Living in France looks wonderful in the movies, and it can be that way in real life as well. The culture, the food, the spectacular natural beauty, the wine — the mere thought of it is enough to make many of us contemplate packing up our lives and moving to France. But living in France …

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  • Spicy Beef Bourguignon Recipe

    Beef Bourguignon is no ordinary beef stew. This iconic French dish is full of flavour, full of delicious aromas and full of history. It’s also fit for any occasion, from a hearty winter meal for the family to a delectable dish to impress the in-laws. As the name suggests, Beef Bourguignon hails from the Burgundy …

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  • The Kings’ Cake – The Galette des Rois

    If you’ve ever found yourself in a French patisserie around the beginning of January, you’ve probably noticed a unique and delicious cake lining the shelves. Made of rich buttery pastry and filled with mouthwatering almond cream, it’s an indulgent treat the French love to eat. But this is no ordinary cake, as you’ll probably be …

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  • Infusing French Culture Into Your Lifestyle

      There’s something about France and French culture that makes people from all over the world fall in love. Maybe it’s the food, the wine, the music or the countryside that has us turning all googly-eyed, or perhaps it’s simply the way of life in this beautiful part of the world. Whatever it was that …

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  • Packing for Paris

    After months of anticipation, your long-awaited Parisian adventure is finally here. Everything is booked and paid for, the neighbour’s agreed to look after your cat while you’re away, and you’re as excited as a kid on Christmas morning. But before you can travel France, there’s one dreaded task standing in your way: packing. When you’re …

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  • The French Christmas Cake – Buche de Noel

    With Christmas just around the corner, ‘tis the season to indulge in all manner of delicious gourmet treats. Roast turkey, baked ham, Christmas pudding, and that world-famous French version of a Christmas cake, the Buche de Noel. Also known as a Yule Log, Yule cake or log cake, this wonderful French dessert puts in an …

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  • Creative Christmas Gift Ideas for Kids

    Christmas is all about kids. They love the fun, the food and the family time, but most of all they love the presents. They love the thrill of finding a stack of gifts under the Christmas tree, the anticipation that comes with shaking every gift and guessing what’s inside, and they can barely contain themselves …

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  • The History of the Croissant

    Are there any three words in the English language more appetising than “flaky, buttery pastry”? We don’t think so and neither does the rest of the world, which is why the croissant is one of the most sought-after pieces of French food. Maybe you like yours with a little butter, or perhaps just straight up with …

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  • Christmas Gift Ideas for the Women in your life

    For the men of Australia, finding Christmas gift ideas for women can sometimes be an almighty challenge. Sure, we might be adept at changing a tyre or cooking a barbecue, but finding the right gifts to show the special women in our life just how much they mean to us is not a talent many …

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