bunnies for lunch (aka how typical french meals are structured)

10.14.16

today not much happened EXCEPT THAT WE HAD RABBIT FOR LUNCH. SO THAT’S COOL.

and it was a rabbit straight off the farm.

also, my bud heard that French meals take a long time to eat because there are 4 courses in each meal. and i replied that i thought they were a reasonable amount of time (1-2 hours) but that maybe i’m just getting accustomed to it?

but TODAY’S LUNCH proved me wrong.

we started with the rabbit and green beans and bread. then it turned into the cheese and bread portion of the meal. and then we had dessert. and then they had some wine. and then everybody had a coffee/espresso. and then everybody had a whiskey (not me, of course. i’m a saint). (and i know those are just drinks so they don’t count as courses but these people sure love taking their time to drink their drinks).

and this one lunch was 2.5 hours long. (i know riiight? so looonggg).

but yea, if you’re curious about French meals, that’s what a full meal looks like.

On a “normal” day, for lunch and dinner we have the main entree, cheese and bread, and dessert. and yes, every lunch and dinner always has the cheese and dessert portion. (which i always forget so i’m already stuffed by the time the cheese comes around, not to mention the dessert).

 

Let me know if you have any questions about what’s up. Or just tell me things in general!

BIS SPÄTER!

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