Bourgogne – France


Vin de Bourgogne – Chardonnay

Entrée – Les escargots à la bourguignonne

Plat chaud – Coq au vin blanc

Dessert – Gougère aux pommes et son sorbet cassis
Burgundy at Wikipedia
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28 thoughts on “Bourgogne – France

  1. Mmm, what a beautiful meal. Not all meals look this lovely when photographed. :~)
    — K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  2. Burgundy! I hope you took the little road going through all the world famous (by their name) little villages! (If not, you must go back!) 🙂

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  3. An elegant meal in elegant surroundings. Most fitting for Cezar and Leia. Yummy!

    Cezar – re your comment on The Villages: No, I don't hang around the Arnold Palmer golf course…it is much too expensive for this poor chap! Would be nice, though! 🙂

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  4. Chow time!

    That device throws the orange clay “pidgeons” in the air when the release is pulled. The shooter yells “pull” to have the clay pidgeons thrown.

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  5. Hey guys,I was away on vacation and we are back and I'm trying to catch up.Yummy pics,hope you are all doing well we are expecting some snow tomorrow….Barb

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  6. I guess this is like art…I don't understand all the names, but I know it all looks good! 🙂
    Okay, maybe not the green snail things. 🙂

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  7. Looks so yummy! Love red wine, especially French red wine. I'm not by any means an expert on wines, but I can taste the difference between a red wine from France or another country:) You get me thirsty here!

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  8. Très jolis clichés!
    Et excepté les escargots, tout le reste m'a mis l'eau à la bouche. Miam miam;o)

    ***
    Bises et belle fin de semaine, mes amis****

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  9. 100 grams butter 100 grams plain flour, 2 1/2 deciliter milk, 3 eggs, a little salt and pepper!
    … Butter and flour bring to a boil with milk, whipping frequently! Take the pot off, stir frequently and then add one egg at a time. Stir together, every time! Taste the dough with a little salt and less pepper!
    Cauliflower, a small or half a large boil you in advance bouquet point ahead and then you turn them into batter. Selects a bowl with straight edges, lubricate the bowl and then into an oven at 200 degrees for an hour, startening by cold 😉
    Sorry, dear blogfriends, I'm no good telling english/americans, hoping you understand my words anyway 😀

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