Alsace, France

We explored Alsace over a long weekend and fell in love with this colourful and unique little region. We based ourselves in UNESCO designated Strasbourg, where we experienced the distinctive mix of French and German culture that makes Alsace so special.

We spent time discovering the Alsatian wine region and visited the beautiful little city of Colmar. Dining canal-side, amidst the rainbow coloured houses, remains one of our favourite French food experiences.

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5 Cities you must visit in France that aren't Paris

We’ve spent many a road trip, exploring our neighbour to the south. While we’ve fallen in love with Paris, and soaked up the sun on the French Riviera, our favourite French destinations aren’t the typical first stops on the tourist trail. Today we share how we fell in love with our top five cities in France, to inspire your own French holiday.

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Our 15 Favourite Photos of Food

This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series 10 Favourite Photos

Food Porn for the Soul

Leave it to us… We really tried to put together a list of our 10 favourite food photos. We just love food too much to narrow it down that far. Instead, we bring you our 15 favourite photos of food.

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La Cloche a Fromage, Strasbourg, France

This entry is part 1 of 7 in the series CheeseWeb Tastes Cheese

The World’s Largest Cheese Board at La Cloche at Fromage

Despite our name, CheeseWeb, it’s not often I actually write about cheese here. Two weekends ago, however, Andrew and I had a super cheesy experience at La Cloche a Fromage, an incredible cheese restaurant in Strasbourg, France.

I’ve always loved cheese. In fact, as a child, I would much rather sit down with a block of cheese than a bag of potato chips. Moving to Europe opened a whole new world of cheese possibilities and our first expat experience in Holland inspired the name of our blog.

So, when I stumbled upon a review of La Cloche a Fromage, while looking for a nice place to eat in Strasbourg, and I read it’s listed in the Guinness Book of World Records for having the largest cheese board in the world,  I knew we had to try it. With over 70 varieties of cheese,we definitely weren’t disappointed.

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