Denise Righetti, owner of Savor Our City & Denise’s Foodie Events and Boca Raton establishment Slice of Provence are hosting a book signing event for Shlomo Attia, author of Steps To Salvation, on Tuesday, September 23 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Attendees can enjoy a gourmet buffet of assorted pizzas, salad, wine, and dessert for one fixed price of $25.00 per person. For those who wish to purchase a paperback, Shlomo will be selling them for $19.95. Already have a copy of Steps To Salvation? Bring it along and he’ll sign it for you.
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CONTACT: DENISE RIGHETTI
Boca Raton, FL September 8, 2014 Mais oui c’est vrai! (Yes, it’s true!): While it was not invented in France, The French are known for their aromatic, crisp and scrumptious pizza, crisp on the bottom and generously garnished on top with wholesome, authentic, fresh ingredients.
Slice of Provence Proprietor Cecile Giraud grew up in the French countryside where she would spend time with her grandmother in her garden. It is here where she learned to appreciate the diversity of home grown spices and herbs, their generous fragrance and the astounding range of flavor profiles they offer when used in scrumptious recipes.
While living in Provence with her husband and two children, Cecile began experimenting with interesting food combinations, bringing the best of what the native ingredients had to offer, and along with her husband Steve, together they created their own twist on the most authentic pizza recipes to make them uniquely their own.
Cecile and her husband decided to open their first Slice of Provence in the heart of Downtown Boca Raton, adjacent to the upscale Mediterranean-style plaza, Royal Palm Place. It’s the first and only pizza bar of its kind in the world. The distinctive taste of Slice of Provence signature pizzas relies on using the finest French products such as their hand stretched artisanal dough, made with extra fine flower, truffle oil and lavender honey and strict use of imported cheeses such as Cantal, known for its wonderfully complex taste and delectable aroma.
A few examples of the many artisanal pizzas served at Slice of Provence is their Auberginepizza, made with Cantal cheese, dices tomatoes, sun dried tomatoes, roasted red peppers, roasted eggplant, black olive tapenade, goat cheese, sea salt flakes and micro greens; the Forestiere, made with Cantal cheese, sautéed shiitake, crimini & maiitake mushrooms, ricotta, white truffle oil, sea salt flakes, microgreens; the Pistou, made with homemade pesto, Cantal cheese, cherry tomatoes,sautéed portobello mushrooms, pine nuts; and the Croisette, smoked Norwegian salmon, red onion, mascarpone, lump roe caviar, micro greens.
Slice of Provence’s menu consists of a wide variety of artisanal pizzas, salads and desserts with a lovely offering of imported French wines, starting at $5/glass. Dine inside or better yet, al fresco and relax to the soft French background music, check out their specialty products and enjoy the extraordinary culinary experience they proudly call a . . . Slice of Provence.
They are located at 205 SE 1st Avenue and are open Monday through Friday 11am – 9pm; Saturday from 5pm – 10pm and Sundayfrom 5pm – 9pm, with plans to open for Sunday Brunch coming soon.
For more information, visit www.SliceofProvence.com or call 561-409-4821.
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