La Belle Cuisine

I passed this menu on a wall in Antibes and it seemed a perfect embodiment of the French view of cuisine. The four pieces of slate manage to turn the most plebian way to list menu options into a work of art. During our trip we ate expensively and not so expensively, but without exception we ate artistically. One of our cheapest meals in a café in Beaulieu was in some ways the most delicious. Food remains one of the glories of France, and a visit always recharges my culinary batteries

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  1. Dear Catherine…Thank you for this fabulous insight to your travels, business and personal style and taste. Just started planning our trip to France. I told Rick last night that we should get some ideas about hotels and Bistros from you.
    Rick will be giving you a call. Merci

    Comment by Laura Beaudoin — February 11, 2011 @ 11:29 am

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