Thanksgiving got me thinking about some of the delicious meals I've eaten in France, and they usually had nothing to do with turkey.
When Earl and I were wandering around Rue Mouffetarde, debating whether we should eat dinner, a restaurant employee lured us over. He promised us a free aperitif if we'd sit down outside. In addition to wanting our business, I think the idea is that the more people who sit down, the more people who feel comfortable coming there to eat.
So we sat down and had this lovely meal, starting with a salad with goat cheese.
Here's another meal on a different day of a galette, which is a savory crepe made with buckwheat, and filled with just about anything you can imagine. Mine was probably ham and cheese.
And in France, I never forego dessert. Here's a lovely chocolate crepe for dessert.
Just looking at these pictures is making me hungry. What delicious meals have you eaten in France?
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