• Becky Fifield

Wanderlust Wednesday: Some Food in France

More often than not, even the cheapest little roadside offering in France blows the socks off of much of what you can get in the United States. After my summer blogging hiatus, I have a few things to catch up on. Some funny juxtapositions on fooding from Paris to L’Indre et Loire. And be sure to check my post on the sumptuous Loches market.


Fish mousse. A devine meal at Terroir Parisien. 20 rue St. Victor, Paris. We went for lunch, very relaxed.

Fish mousse. A divine meal at Terroir Parisien. 20 rue St. Victor, Paris. We went for lunch, very relaxed.



Spring vegetables and veal. The green drink is mint syrup and sparkling Lorinon lemonade called a Diabolo. At Terroir Parisien, 20 rue St. Victor, Paris.

Spring vegetables and veal. The green drink is mint syrup and sparkling Lorinon lemonade called a Diabolo. Saw lots of folks drinking these, at cafes, interestingly. At Terroir Parisien, 20 rue St. Victor, Paris.



It's just a Paul baker by the side of the highway, but do you think you could get a scrummy vegetable tart like this on an American interstate?

It’s just a Paul bakery by the side of the highway, but do you think you could get a scrummy vegetable tart like this on an American interstate?



Foie gras with cranberry (?) gelee. At Le Moulin de Chaude, Chemille sur Indrois. Friendly. No English, but really willing to work with you.

Foie gras with cranberry (?) gelee. At Le Moulin de Chaude, Chemille sur Indrois. Friendly. No English, but really willing to work with you. There is an open grill in the dining room where a sear is put on your meat!



Beautiful towering cheese. At the Saturday market in Loches.

Beautiful towering cheese. At the Saturday market in Loches.


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