Transport yourself to Provence this Friday afternoon with a glass of rosé and roasted lemons and olives. If you didn’t know it, olives rank high on my list of favorite foods. In Italy, I drank Negronis/Capri Soda with a side of olives daily. In Paris, at Chez Janou you can drink Rosé and eat olives tossed in herbs de Provence.
I found this simple recipe from the cookbook À Table. To support the author of the cookbook you can buy the book here. This book was a gift from my neighbors. I also made the Apricot Crumble which was delicious. If you are looking for a new cookbook or a gift for a Francophile, this is a great cookbook.
I bought both of the green and kalamata olives at my local Trader Joe’s. Since olives are a staple at home, these were already in my pantry.
The plate was an old purchase from Pottery Barn years ago. This plate is similar.
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