Everything on sale was to delight the senses at the Promenade en Gastronomie in Daglan village yesterday. From truffles, gateau, saucisson, escargots, to vegetables, fruit, candies and of course cheese and wine to name just a few of the delicacies on offer.
I had to buy my Sunday treat of strawberries which are picked that morning by a local grower.
One simply cannot have enough garlic. I love the little dishes for garlic, oil and herbs.
One of the wine sellers with a sign that I totally agree with.
Once again we were unable to use our front door for the chicken and paella seller. The aroma drove the cats wild. We had to keep them away from the balcony in case they pulled in one of the chickens!
A gorgeous smile from Corrine selling various fresh baked breads and petite gateaux in front of the Boulangerie.
Always a teat to watch, the truffle dog who needed a little encouragement in the form of cheese snacks to find the truffles. I think citing the truffle hunting area next to the sausage stall could have something to do with the dogs inattention to his task.
Next Blog;-Dominique Allaert who is exhibiting his oil and watercolours in the Ancient Presbytere, plus a couple of interesting embroidery works.