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Ratatouille Recipe a Traditional Dish from Nice

Ratatouille, pronounced ra-ta-too-ee, is a delicious vegetable stew from Nice, commonly found all over Provence and the South of France.  I have to mention that it was this long before the Pixar film of the same name, and the reason I say that is that if you google “ratatouille”, the film comes up first. So wrong! Continue reading here for Phoebe’s recipe.

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Phoebe Thomas

Phoebe Thomas carries two passports British and Australian. She married a Frenchman and now the couple are living in Provence with their two children. This bilingual and multi-cultural family has travelled extensively to Asia, Eastern Europe and Australia before settling in Roquefort les Pins in 2007.

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