the november/december issue of the mfch magazine

by Sarah Nusz

I am filled with a sense of joy and gratitude that comes with the arrival of our November/December issue. It marks not only the culmination of another year but also a special milestone: The 30th edition of our My French Country Home magazine! Thank you all for your readership and support.

the november/december issue of the mfch magazine

In this latest edition, we discover France’s winter offerings. Our Discovery Guide transports you to the heart of my favorite neighborhood in Paris: Saint-Germain. Brimming with good restaurants and cafés, and some of my favorite shopping areas, this quartier holds some of the city’s best addresses. We also whisk you away to the gardens of Prieuré de Vauboin in the Sarthe, glistening in winter frost.

ST GERMAIN DES PRES
photo by Georgianna Lane

Among the four interiors that we share in this edition, you will find an exciting new category featuring our favorite vacation destinations available for you to book for your next holiday to France! Our first “Your Next French Holiday” features a gorgeous property in Ménerbes that could be the setting for your next trip to Provence.

EVE CARDI
photo by Eve Cardi

Unsurprisingly, at the heart of the Christmas celebrations in France is food, and our pages are no different! We invite you to savor some special delicacies created by Eve Cardi and unusual traditions, such as Les Treize Desserts (the “Thirteen Desserts”) a sweet feast with symbolic significance. For those aspiring to use this time of year to master authentic French cooking, we highlight elegant yet straightforward recipes from two professional chefs and instructors, Hubert Delorme and Vincent Boué, shared from their latest cookbook: The Complete Book of French Cooking.

FOUNTAINE BLEU
photo by Eric Sander

Continuing to enjoy the finer things this season, we admire the opulent interiors of the Château de Fontainebleau in our Portfolio and the delicate craftsmanship of Saint-Louis, renowned lead-crystal artisans. Finally,  to ensure that your holiday season is filled with both ease and impeccable flair, we have curated a festive gift guide, brimming with ideas for the whole family.

As we embrace the winter months and the joys they bring, let this issue of our magazine serve as your guide to a season filled with warmth, elegance, and the allure of all things French.

Wishing you all a happy lead-up to the end of the year, and very Joyeuses Fêtes!

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9 comments

Rhonda Reeves December 7, 2023 - 2:16 pm

I looks so forward to receiving my copy each time. It is filled with so many different aspects of life in France and the photos make me long for the day Inretuen-thank you!

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Mona Turner December 7, 2023 - 4:21 pm

Congratulations Sharon and everyone at MFCH! I enjoy this magazine so very much, for the way it has inspired me and how it transports me to the beauty of France and the French way of living with “joie de vivre.”

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Lucia Donahower December 8, 2023 - 7:16 am

Congratulations Sharon!
I love your magazine and all the articles about France.

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Campbell Addison December 18, 2023 - 1:50 pm

Congratulations on reaching the remarkable milestone of your 30th edition! Your November/December issue is truly a feast for the senses, capturing the essence of France’s winter magic. The journey through Saint-Germain’s charming streets, the allure of Ménerbes, and the festive delights of French cuisine create a tapestry of warmth and elegance. The inclusion of vacation destinations is a delightful touch, and the insight into holiday traditions adds a special cultural flair. The magazine is a treasure trove, blending opulence with practicality, making it a perfect guide for a season filled with joy. Joyeuses Fêtes to you and the My French Country Home community!

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David Clark January 8, 2024 - 3:04 am

The trip through the quaint alleys of Saint-Germain, the beauty of Ménerbes, and the joyous joys of French food weave a tapestry of coziness and grace. Vacation spots are a lovely addition, and the explanation of holiday customs offers a unique cultural flavor. geometry dash world

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heardle 80s January 16, 2024 - 4:13 am

I look forward to experiencing it firsthand once.

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only up January 30, 2024 - 9:15 am

Every time I get my copy, I eagerly await it. It is jam-packed with so many diverse facets of French life, and the pictures make me want for the day. Regards and many thanks!

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Fred Mike February 1, 2024 - 11:23 am

Eve Cardi creations and the exploration of French Christmas traditions are delightful. The focus on the les treize desserts and the authentic French cooking recipes adds a special touch to the festive season.
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