BEST WESTERN The Wish Versailles
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... of muscat infused marscapone cream on warm mandarin segments poached in a sugar syrop delicately gingered. Wonderful! But wait......the finale is dark chocolate mousse on a thin cake with chopped hazelnuts inside and a spoon of yoghurt icecream. Now we are well and truly done. We spent a quiet evening dieting and watching the new SBS cooking show by Sylvia Colloca called Made in Italy. This incidently shows much of the countryside we hope to see early next ...
... direction) and sat on the sidewalk for an evening aperitif and watched the passing parade before coming home and cookng "paupiette de veau". This is the most exquisite veal stuffed with pork sausage tied in a rosette, bought from the local butcher. Meg cooked it in a mushroom sauce with potatoes and fine green beans.Laurie's new friend Claude sold us an expensive ...
... track. See, this side was going right and I actually wanted to go left, despite what you may have gathered from the blog title. (Don't worry about me, Emily. I'm fine.) So on the train to the Louvre. Not that hard. Arrived at the Metro station in the Rue de Rivoli. The 'secret' entrance to the Louvre. Wandered the shops in the Carousel de la Louvre. Bought a ticket at a machine for entrance and a head set, and I was off. Not looking for anything in ...
... more Rose, red, and white wine than we could possibly drink. For entree, we were served egg and bacon pie, salmon, and of course escargot (snails!). The snails were delicious - coated in an incredible garlic sauce which we sucked out of the shell. For our mains, most of us had the duck l'orange, which was so succulent and came straight off the bone. Dessert was a choice between several French delicacies, and I enjoyed ...
... back to square one. The pressure was on, but I'm pleased to say, we rose to the occasion. We decided on an entree (in France, the entree is a starter, not your main plate) of haddock tartare. There were two reasons why we chose the tartare: 1. We knew we liked tartares and 2. it was literally the only thing we could decode. Fortunately, the tartare was delicious. For our main course, Monica got the grilled sea bass (we knew that "bar" is French for bass) and I ordered a ...