With summer around the corner, the food of Provence, a perennial favorite across the country, is bound to be in the spotlight. The season, after all, is when many of the essential ingredients of this fragrant and colorful Mediterranean cuisine are at their best.Eggplants, zucchini, ripe tomatoes, peppers and basil—seasoned and perfumed with olive oil, garlic, thyme and even lavender—are the sine qua non of Provençal cooking.The food of Provence is so enduringly popular that last year, when ...
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