Creamed Eggs with Wild Mushrooms

Brouillade aux champignons

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By Caroline Conran

Published 2012

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The first wave of Italian immigrants arrived at Sète (then known as Cette) at the end of the seventeenth century, when it was a major entrepot for sugar, salt, tobacco and wine. Arrivals thereafter never ceased. The anarchist assassin of President Carnot in 1894 was an Italian apprentice baker from Sète. More Italians settled between the two world wars (the great singer-songwriter Georges Brassens was born there in 1921, his mother was from the southern Italian province of Basilicata) and c