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I am a professional photographer and interpreter, and I would just like to share my experience working with Eric Vedel, at his cooking workshop. I loved it, and so did the American family of 4, who had great fun (and pictures to remember). Eric Vedel...More
When we arrived Erik Vedel took us to the open market where we followed him as he bought food. No explanations or commentary as he doesn't speak English. Back at the school his assistant ,who spoke a little English was there. We paid and were...More
We had a cooking class planned. A trip to the market was to proceed the class. We were not pleased with the cooking facility. It was not the clean kitchen we had in mind. The chef did not speak English but had an interpreter present....More
My wife and I stayed here for two days. Erik is a wonderful and friendly host. The morning breakfasts were quite good as well.
The room we stayed is is a bit... rustic... for lack of a better word. The pictures on their website are...More
B&B in Arles with Erik Vedel
It was called cuisineprovencale.com a cooking school as well as a B&B..It was filthy and unsanitary. Used soap left in the bath, old food left in the room, dishes left in the kitchen sink for days, food left on...More