Le Grand Aioli
The feast known as Le Grand Aioli is a rather simple meal of boiled fish and vegetables; the aioli—that golden garlic-scented mayonnaise—is what turns the meal into a gastronomic celebration, the very symbol of Provençal cuisine. Ideally, a grand aioli should feature at least six components, but writer Nancy Harmon Jenkins has known people to be utterly content with nothing but potatoes boiled in their jackets—as long as there was plenty of aioli. Amazing Seafood Recipes
The vegetables, eggs and chickpeas can be refrigerated overnight. Serve chilled or at room temperature.
Here's a guide for cooking the vegetables until tender: boil the beets for 30 minutes, carrots and potatoes for 20 minutes, cauliflower for 8 minutes and green beans for 4 minutes.