Lunch can be a tranquil and amusing moment, even alone. I spent several months living alone in St. Quentin last year. A typical day consisted of riding my bike to elementary schools, a few companies, and residences of the town to teach English. At home I was free to cook! This cherry tomato tartlette is splashed with reduced balsamic vinegar. The crust was a buttery, crunchy delight, and the tomatoes popped with flavour with each bite. As for the Faugères wine, I don’t remember, but I think it was not half bad.


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