Fransk aften

(French evening)

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.

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Warm welcome drink

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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.

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The salmon and shellfish mousse. With cold herbal sause. It was heaven.

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I loved the table decorations, especially this giraffe.

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Traditional Gassian party food, two-meat casserole and tomato salad. Oh, and there was genuine piri-piri straight from Madagascar. Hot!

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Tie!

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Mmmm, chevre in red currant sause. These people had style (there are always members of the club who make the food).

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One of the chefs, introducing a dish.

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Happy people

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This is Ingrid who has drawn the pictures of owls that Erik and I got from my parents.

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The fruits had been marinated in vanilla and the whole dish was just incredible. Simple and  savvy.

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I wasn’t the only one who took pictures of my food.

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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.

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