Signs that we are adapting to France: #22

This was our supper tonight.

We sat down a bit after 7:30 with our kids for Tartiflette.

Tartiflette is a traditional hearty Alpine meal from the Haute-Savoie region (north of us – up towards Switzerland, by Annecy etc.)

Boil about a kilo and a half of potatoes then sauté an onion in a bit of oil.  Layer it twice in a gratin dish, add a bit of cream, a glass of a dry white wine, and an entire wheel of Reblochon cheese sliced lengthwise in half and placed on the top and bake at 250′.

Glorious.

The five of us made a pretty good dent in it.

I think I can agree with the sentiment expressed by this:

One thought on “Signs that we are adapting to France: #22”

  1. I guess it was so good you didn’t even have enough to bring down! 🙂 I bet if a certain husband was “babysitting” his kids for his wife you would have saved him some! Haha! Looks “lovely”! Can’t wait to make it!

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