Having opened mid-July, and just in time for the height of the tourist season, their range of choice has grown and varied constantly over the months. This idea had been trotting in Patrice’s head for a while, possessing a management diploma and plenty of ideas ready for application.
Monthly Archives September 2015
At the idea of meeting an esteemed journalist and author I admit, a multitude of questions literally surged making their way for consideration. Adding to the fact that this choice is an islander, who now lives and writes here, I sincerely felt a long discussion was going to be planned and experienced – this was the case, and to be confirmed.
Jerôme Camilly was born in the village of Cristinnace, and remembers his school days with a certain nostalgia. Having attended the Lycée Fesch in Ajaccio, he continued his studies in Paris at the Lycée Henri IV, driven by a literary conviction...
‘In the course of the 18th century, a 12 year old child went with her mother to the woods, about 3/4h away from the village of Pancheraccia, so they could gather bundles of wood.
It so happened, she got lost and began to cry, complaining she was thirsty too – at that moment, the Blessed Virgin appeared and asked her why she was crying. “I’m lost and I’m thirsty” she replied. At these words, the Blessed Virgin made a hole in the ground and water appeared – “drink” she said, “and tell the people of this village to build a chapel here”...
– 400g fresh tagliatelles
– 1 leek
– 500g butter
– 180g scallops
– 6 soupspoons dry white wine
– 4 dill twigs
Peel the leek and remove the green, just keeping the whites.
Wash well, and slice. If the scallops are frozen, allow to defrost.
Melt half of the butter in a frying pan and slowly brown the leek, covering it until it becomes tender. Add a little salt. Cook the tagliatelles in a large saucepan in salted boiling water, put them aside...