Jean-Claude Gaudin, the final of the giants by FOG | EUROtoday

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Jean-Claude Gaudin was a mountain. Certainly, much less angular than the Sainte-Victoire and fewer steep than the Garlaban, nevertheless it was spectacular. Not by his peak (1.79 m) however, dare we are saying it, by the mass that he had struggled to hold for a number of years.

A large and important character actually and figuratively, he additionally had one thing of an ogre. We each had the identical vice: consuming on the late Rose's, the queen of “home cooking”, who ran a restaurant on rue Glandevès, close to the Opera. Often, after the waltz of starters (artichokes, peppers, Provençal-style eggplant, and so forth.) and a beneficiant, garlicky calzone, the mayor of Marseille had two parts of burnt caramel flan.

After which, Gaudin nonetheless felt a bit hungry, a want…

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