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A Food Map of Provence

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Photo: Artichauts a la barigoule and soupe au pistou

Can a culinary landscape endure eight decades of change?Guided by an extraordinary 1929 map of France’s regional specialties, discover a dozen Provençal dishes that have stood the test of time. Read the article

Destinations: Aix-en-Provence · Provence · Carpentras · Grasse

Themes: Food + Drink

Inspired by: Classic Foods of Provence — by Christopher Petkanas, Published Apr. 2008

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