French breakfasts, stirring the salad and wine to vinaigrette

“What? No cheese and ham, and no muesli for breakfast?” No, that is not acceptable, Britt writes in her latest column. Well, to be clear, not acceptable to complain about the breakfast. One of the joys and charms of travelling is that things are not exactly as at home. That you get croissants for breakfast in France, and cakes and cookies in Italy, and lots of different dishes in China but no bread. Why else do you want to go travelling?

How Britt then ties this together with the mysteries of the French salad is, well, a mystery to me. But she does. She also tells you how to succeed a French salad and what wine to choose with to go with it.

Read her latest column on BKWine Magazine: When in Rome do as the Romans. The joys of a French breakfast.

A loaf of newly baked bread

A loaf of newly baked bread, copyright BKWine Photography

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