french street food… socca de nice By Shalimar Born in the Philippines, raised in Europe and globetrotter. Category France, Food, Travel & Culture Tags nicesocca Post navigation Previous PostPreviousUno spritz con bitter, aperitivo preferitoNext PostNextkhahna khanu bhayo?…tul’s curry 12 Comments Sha that socca looks so amazingly good. I particularly like the picture of it ready to go in the oven. I understand why walking through Publix makes you feel nostalgic. My mother-in-law lives near one. It makes no sense, but the produce in our Alaskan grocery stores is so much better than what Publix has. Mmmm looks nam nam inday! btw mangutana lang ko ba,mangutana ba ka sa mga kodakan nimo usa ka mo shoot! mauwaw man gud ko ba.Non Pro dyud ko uy pastilan,hehe have a nice week ahead inday gwaps! Sha, Was there and really tasted yummy, thanks for sharing it with me! CHE check my other blog for this … I miss Europe. When can I take that break? 😀 Oh yummy! I love that speciality! Cheers, Rosa That looks so lovely ate Sha. I really hope that one of these days I can travel with you around! oh that really looks yummy.. hey, you’re on regular posting now? i need to browse to check for updates. socca are really good 🙂 we often have during summer barbeque alfresco gatherings and its my french mother in law responsible in making them taste good..but she doesnt cook it in this type of oven though..:-) socca are really good! we always every summer alfresco gatherings..and it is my french mother in law responsible in making them taste good..but she doesnt cook it in thay type of oven though 😉 Laurie… i found greek yoghurt… FAGE imagine that I made tzaziki but i was horrified with that thought of low fat feta!!! Hi Sha, Too funny, this is where (second picture) we enjoyed our soccas last spring while visiting France. Thank you for bringing back some yummy memories! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.