Corsica sits off the coast of Nice and is well worth visiting. Like the Scots, the Corsicans consider themselves Corsican before French and the tiny island has only been part of France for a little over 200 years. Part of the Republic of Geneo, briefly independent and even more briefly British, the question of […]
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One of the most famous dishes to not come from Nice is the salad Niçoise. In the UK for example, there is a notion that it has to contain certain ingredients such as green beans, tomato, boiled egg and potato. But don’t expect to have a dish matched to what you’re used to at home; […]
There are many takes on pan bagnat (courtesy of slate.fr) but this is the most authentic I’ve come across. At least that’s what my local friends say… And if you want confirmation of that, visit the official société for the protection of the original recipe of the pan bagnat.