After a long rainy day spent inside doing absolutely nothing, we found our selves ravished between lunch and dinner;) Lounging around is hard work!
We had Spanish green olives and Nicoise black olives with pain de campagne and Comte cheese. Lets not forget to mention the lovely local Savoie wine- a slightly sweet, fruit forward wine with hints of apple and pear. Yum!
Couldn’t decide what to have for lunch. Too many choices now. So we had a little of everything:) Half a croissant with country pâté, Comte, Dijon, and greens. Chips, cornichon, French icicle radishes, apples, and a green salad with a red wine vinaigrette.
We weren’t looking forward to driving down the mountain to get groceries, so we pushed through lunch with miscellaneous gas station fare. Stale French baguette with country pâté , Comte, salad greens, and balsamic with an apple. Even gas station food is good here 🙂
We still haven’t made it to a proper grocery store, but I’m very happy with this tasty breakfast! Gas station croissant with slices of Comte cheese, apple and English breakfast tea I stashed in my bag at a hotel 🙂 Can you believe the view from my kitchen window?!?