Tag Archives: Saint-Medard

Dish du jour — 10-09-2018

Another birthday, another wonderful lunch at Le Gindreau in Saint-Médard. Yes, this past Friday (September 7) was my wife Jan’s birthday, and to celebrate we drove down to Saint-Médard (less than an hour from Daglan) with friends Joan and Steve … Continue reading

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Making butter better

Avid readers — and particularly those with long memories and a food obsession — may remember my posting about our Christmas Day lunch at the wonderful restaurant Le Gindreau, in Saint-Médard, about an hour south of Daglan. The post was … Continue reading

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And how was lunch? Simply delumptious!

You may not think that delumptious is actually a word, but my wife Jan uses it when we have something that’s truly delicious and scrumptious, and so it must be correct. Certainly delumptious is an excellent way to describe the … Continue reading

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Lunch under the chestnut trees

Yesterday I reported on Tuesday’s superb lunch at Le Vieux Logis, a lovely restaurant that’s certainly worthy of its Michelin star. Now let’s have a look at a similar lunch the very next day at another Michelin-starred restaurant, Le Gindreau, … Continue reading

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