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Day 4 Alsace: Food?

Ironically I haven’t had a lot of time to focus on food. I have been spending long days visiting wineries and out and about. I get home around 7 or 8, I’m tired, and I don’t feel like hunting around for a lavish dinner. But today, my last day here, I had some time so I needed to eat something really good.

I ended up at Epicerie Suzanne, and it was fantastic. It was not purely Alsatian fare, it was just great overall. I have four types of charcuterie from other regions in France and from Spain. Some baguette and a nice glass of Chablis.

Accompanying this simple yet elegant plate before me, I had escargots. The garcon was kind enough to give me a glass of a late harvest, dry gewurtztraminer, because this goes so well with escargots. Thanks dude. I have never actually had escargots before, and while it doesn’t necessarily interest me, “when in Rome” they say… And I wanted to experience it. I’ll eat a few other questionable items as well, but overall I’m pretty tame on the food experimentation spectrum.

By | 2016-11-26T21:32:35+00:00 July 3rd, 2014|Alsace, France, Wine Travel|0 Comments

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