Lovely "Loire" Pastries
As you may know, I was in France last week on vacation.
To be precise, in the Loire Valley.
Everything was wonderful!
The people, the châteaux, and of course, the food.
Here are some of my photographs:
Montrichard has some of the sweetest pâtisseries.
(literally and figuratively)
Apple tartelette, mango mousse, Paris-Brest & religieuse au chocolat.
Our maid ate some of it. No really she did!
Apricot tartelette, gland & éclair au café.
Not pictured but still eaten: mini brioche & meringue.
L'Orangerie - Château de Chenonceau
We had the most wonderful lunch at this restaurant while visiting a castle.
The restaurant is called "L'Orangerie" and is situated in the gardens.
You can browse through the menu by clicking here.
Entrecôte au beurre gamay et poivre vert
Entrecote steak with butter Gamay and green pepper.
Coquelet Grillé à la Diable
Small chicken grilled.
Poire Belle Hélène
Vanilla ice cream, poached pear, hot chocolate sauce, chantilly cream,
chocolate macaron and grilled almonds.
Café with daily delights from the pastry chef.
Château de Cheverny
Colorful macarons were also present.
Even in the form of little soaps.
Château de Chambord - Château de Chenonceau
Château de Cheverny - Château d'Amboise