For this theme I have been highlighting our Paris in May 2019 photos.
I "flipped" through the photos looking for inspiration for this week and saw how many food photos we had!
But I am going to start the menu in Dijon, not Paris!! We did a tour that started and ended in Paris.
Check list for dining in Dijon:
✅Begin with a kir
✅Borgogne wine with dinner
✅Eggs en Meurette is a classic Burgundian dish of poached eggs in a rich and flavorful red wine sauce.
✅Cheese plate for dessert.
Now back to Paris!
On arrival, croissants ✅on Avenue de Suffren, around the corner from our hotel.
Steak tartare ✅also on Avenue de Suffren.
Oeuf mayonnaise✅, a staple of Parisian bistros
Citron et miel crepes✅
Beaucoup de plats de fromage! ✅✅✅
Un autre steak et frites.
In Sisteron, a skinny baguette✅, spread lightly with butter and layered with thinly sliced ham, an iconic French sandwich, sold in lunch restaurants, by street vendors, available everywhere. DELICIOUS!
French Riviera - more moules!
Traditional lamb stew in Monte Carlo.
It appears we ate well in Carcasonne!
This was our meal in the hotel, part of the tour, mushroom and walnut salad.
Poached pear in wine.
Goat cheese salad.
John's sausage and fries and my cassoulet.
Here is a recipe for cassoulet, which is basically pork sausage, duck leg and beans. Another ✅
Another included hotel dinner in Lourdes.
Group dinner in a bistro in Bordeaux.
Chicken with mushroom sauce.
Optional countryside dinner in Bordeaux.
Canelés, small, sponge-cake-like confections, are a speciality of Bordeaux. It is said that they were invented to make use of the leftover egg yolks at a time when egg whites were used to filter wine.
A definite highlight for me was lunch in Bordeaux at Bar y Vin.
Delicious duck pate✅ with a raisin bread.
A selection of chocolates for dessert.
I think we've covered the Cookbook of French Cuisine!!!
Beautiful food photos! You really hit the high points of French cuisine.ReplyDelete
best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com
Those food photos are absolutely beautiful.ReplyDelete
I could go for quiche or beef bourguignon right about now.ReplyDelete
All look so delicious and beautiful. Thanks for sharing! -- Arti of Ripple EffectsReplyDelete