Tag Archives: Marseilles

Ratatouille Provencale

There’s something about the current UK heatwave that’s making me dig out the French Provencale recipes I ate as a child when we used to spend scorching summer holidays in Marseilles with my family. When I rub the leaves of the basil plant outside and it smells so strong it could almost be skunk, I […]


Smoky Bacon Quiche ‘au Tupperware’

When it’s hot and you feel lazy, who can be bothered to make pastry for a quiche? Not me.  Here’s a great recipe for a pastry-less one – it hails from the South of France, from my Aunt Jeanine. It absolutely bloody rocks. A bit of context first, because I do like a chat.  The […]