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In Nice, La Petite Maison is an institution: more than a restaurant, it is like an inn in the centre of town, high-profile, coveted, controversial, unlike any other. Its most ardent supporters - from the arts and entertainment, business, the media and politics, famous and anonymous alike - flock there from well beyond the vicinity of Nice. Its renown, which extends as far as Paris and London, is based on a delicate alchemy: cuisine and ambiance. The former is simple and delectable, the latter owes everything to Nicole Rubi, the strong-willed lady of the house. This book is in her image. It reflects the spirit of Southern France, with nearly a hundred recipes, from Nice, Provence and the Mediterranean. Petits farcis, gnocchi, ratatouille, brouillade, tiramisu. all are everyday dishes, easy to prepare. They enhance any family meal, a table of friends or a festive meal. This is sun-drenched cuisine in the style of La Petite Maison: Nicole's table.
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Emilie Frèche, lauréate du Prix Orange du Livre 2013 pour "Deux étrangers"