The 2CV club had its annual general assembly and then a grand dinner. This year it was inspired by the Gassian cuisine, that is food from Madagaskar.
I mostly took pictures of the food (and forgot to get an outfit pic), but here you go.
Warm welcome drink
All the cards were in the pattern of the owner of the car. They had all the different red colours you find in 2CVs too. Cool people.
The salmon and shellfish mousse. With cold herbal sause. It was heaven.
I loved the table decorations, especially this giraffe.
Traditional Gassian party food, two-meat casserole and tomato salad. Oh, and there was genuine piri-piri straight from Madagascar. Hot!
Mmmm, chevre in red currant sause. These people had style (there are always members of the club who make the food).
One of the chefs, introducing a dish.
This is Ingrid who has drawn the pictures of owls that Erik and I got from my parents.
The fruits had been marinated in vanilla and the whole dish was just incredible. Simple and savvy.
I wasn’t the only one who took pictures of my food.
It was a great evening, I talked about cars, food and everything that is happening in the world. I had too mutch wine, we had a quiz, a marzipan model contest and learned a lot about Madagarcar.