A French lunch sourced in Crystal Palace
I really love eating like the French. Good cheese, bread, cold meats, salad and wine combine to make a perfect lunch.
Making the most of the sunny morning, Noah, Maya and I went to visit the new weekly Crystal Palace food market today. It was great to see lots of stalls and lots of locals and I filled my bag with baguettes, eggs and a super hot chilli sauce from Mad Ass called Dare Ya.
We eventually made it to Good Taste Food and Drink, where I bought some meltingly soft triple crème cheese – including one of my all-time favourites, Chaource – wafer-thin slices of cured ham, thin sticks of saucisson and some Fentiman’s Shandy.
It was a lovely way to start the weekend and, once home, I put it all together with a tomato salad, which we ate dreaming of French summers and two-hour lunches. Our two-year-old even decided he liked the Chaource.
I’m looking forward to next week’s market. I hope it goes from strength to strength and attracts even more stalls with interesting products.
One Response to “A French lunch sourced in Crystal Palace”
It’s a great market, isn’t it? I didn’t make it there this week, but the last two weeks we did, and got some lovely produce.