Nice is a tourist town, and when it comes to food, the opposite of Marseille where you find wonderful food wherever you happen to land. Nice, on the other hand, is a place where you need to plan carefully if you want to eat well. So nothing could have made me happier than to begin our sojourn at
Lovely to hear you saw Rosa! She's so great... I commissioned her to write the food column in France Magazine for 8+ years when I was editor :-)
Love all your posts Ruth. Thank you for taking us with you!
Do you know where you can get anchovies that are packed in salt rather than olive oil? I saw them a few times on MOLTO MARIO when Food Network actually had cooking shows on, and thought I would love to try them as an alternative to the oil-packed ones we routinely get in the U.S.
Are those burgundy flowers Dutchman's Pipe? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aristolochia
Flying to Nice tonight. It’s always nice to have new places to check out - thank you! We first had Tourette de Blettes sucree at La Merenda there and look forward to seeing on the menu again this time.
What a post! Sounds like a beautiful start studded day!