Say Cheese!

Why is it when people are taking your photo they get you to smile by asking you to say, “Cheese!?” After eating here, I know the answer – because cheese makes me smile. This is how French frommage should be served at every restaurant! Our friendly waiter at Les Jardins de la Cloche in the Hotel Sofitel in Dijon, France was adept at explaining and serving the cheese course. There were so many yummy, gooey and delicious slices to taste. He asked us first what our tastes were and made suggestions of which selections would be perfect for our individual palettes.

If I had known how fantastic the presentation and selection of cheeses would be, I would have ordered this as my last course, however, hind-sight is 20/20. Instead, I ordered chocolate and wound up with cheese envy. Luckily, Gal Pal Lisa is a “sharer” and ordered the cheese course AND she doesn’t really eat chocolate. It was a win/win pour moi!

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4 Comments
  • Chez Loulou
    Posted at 15:12h, 01 June Reply

    That is quite a cheese cart!
    Now I find that I crave cheese for dessert instead of something sweet. And of course it is always nice to bel with someone who will share a bit of something sweet with me. 🙂

    • Weekend In Paris
      Posted at 19:59h, 01 June Reply

      We would definitely enjoy dinner together – cheese and chocolate. Each of us getting some of both to enjoy at the end of a great meal.

      It would be awesome! 😉

      Always love hearing from you. It’s quite a compliment when someone who has their own fantastic blog takes the time to read mine and comment.

      Cheers,
      Priscilla

  • Helen
    Posted at 06:20h, 29 May Reply

    Very cool! It wasn’t till my trip last fall that I had a blue cheese that I liked. It was served with honey. So good. Nothing beats french cheese!

    • Weekend In Paris
      Posted at 07:42h, 30 May Reply

      Could not agree more Helen – oooo la, la French cheese!
      Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment.
      Cheers,
      Priscilla

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