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I made this for our lunch today, what a treat. I made no changes to the recipe apart from having to use very crappy bread rolls (but lucky to get them where we are). So I'm rating this on the delicious filling not them! Actually, I had to make one other substitution-we are travelling away from home and my Larousse Gastronomique is not with us-I was forced to use The Birds of Australia, but I don't think this altered the outcome ;-)

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JustJanS June 12, 2010

Yum yum yum. I love pan bagnat! I first had it at a cafe in St. Rafael. I'm glad we found it the first day we were there because I think we went back at least 3 more times! I left off the anchovies (because I didn't have any) and the olives (because I hate them) and used red wine vinegar. This is a truly delicious sandwich. Thanks for posting French Tart!

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Georgiapea June 23, 2009

I just love this. As I have truly enjoyed all of your recipes. Thank you so much.

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Benthe (Danish) February 24, 2008

This is fantastic! I followed the directions to a T, this was loved by all! I added some dill to some sandwiches and thought it was pretty good. Great recipe and a definite keeper!

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najwa November 26, 2007

This brought back wonderful memories of Provence. We enjoyed the combination of flavours;it was great and we did include the anchovies but chopped them up. I used submarine buns because that's what I had. Next time I will make my own rolls.I made this for PT.Thanks for posting this one. Rita

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Sage September 23, 2007
The French Picnic Baguette - Pan Bagnat