A Taste of France Posted on Jan 16th, 2015 by Johanna Categories: Adventures of a Wannabe Foodie Travel In France, we had a lot of what Elliott and I deemed “net fat days.” Yes we ran, we skied, we hiked (well, sorta). We just love cheese that much. And chocolate. And bread. And macarons. Elliott is French… what’s my excuse? Macarons! We made sure to have at least one a day. Meat cheese and bread are definitely a meal. Or every meal. And look, we even had some salad. #wheninfrance This crepe may have been non-traditional but man was it good. Goat cheese, tomato, pesto and jamon. Coconut and Nutella crepe, because no one should have to choose between sweet and savory. Lardon and raclette quiche. Chamonix knows how to do slope food right. Totally NOT French: taco night! Elliott looks proud. And a little bit crazy. Because why have a macaron when you can have three macarons on top of a pastry? Breakfast on my last day in France. Thank god I didn’t try this for breakfast on my first day, or we’d have had issues (of the pants buttoning sort). Santé! Share the Love!EmailPinterestTwitterFacebookGoogleLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Johanna 2 Comments Hide Comments […] Sweden France Barcelona Andalucía Mérida and […] Reply […] You all saw the food I ate abroad (or if you didn’t, check it out! Germany, Sweden, France, Barcelona, Andalucía, Mérida and Madrid, Mercado San Miguel. Probably not best to do when […] Reply Add Your Comment Cancel reply Comment Name * Email * Website Don't let me miss a meal!