I love the saying: Eat like God in France, because it is simply true. French cuisine is legendary and great specialties await you in the south of France.
Who does not know it, the Nice salad. The salad consists of fresh tomatoes, tuna, olives, hard-boiled eggs and anchovies.
The ratatouille has its origin in Nice. Once a dish for the poor, today it is on everyone’s lips. Eggplants, peppers, tomatoes, zucchini, garlic and herbs of Provence make ratatouille a popular treat with young and old.
Oyster lovers and seafood fans get their money’s worth in the south of France.
Bouillabaisse, a Mediterranean soup made of at least three types of fish, onions, garlic and tomatoes, seasoned with rouille, a creamy sauce made of olive oil, saffron, garlic, chili and bread crusts.
A typical alcoholic drink from the south of France is pastis, invented at the beginning of the 20th century.
Let’s go to the South of France…