Foie gras and Champagne, what else?
Happy New Year and best wishes to you all and your family and loved ones for the new year. May 2023 bring you what 2022 did not.
To start the new year on the bright side, how about some foie gras on a warm toast with champagne?
I don’t care what some people might say or think, I’m from the southwest of France, the birthplace of foie gras, and it is a tradition for us to eat foie gras with champagne or sweet wine for New Year’s Eve and/or the first day of the year.
If Champagne is not your thing, you can pair it with a sweet wine from Sauternes, Barsac, Sainte-Croix-du-Mont, Jurançon, Monbazillac or Loupiac.
Or, if you want to venture out of the southwest, you can even pair it with a Riesling, a Coteaux du Layon, or even a Quart de Chaumes. Or whatever else you feel like 😁👍😋😋😋
Look at this can of artisanal foie gras crafted by a farmer from the “Landes” region, isn’t it so appetizing?
Underneath this thick layer of “good fat”, there is a succulent piece of foie gras, that make my mouth watering just by looking at it. 😋😋😋😋
Happy New Year and live dangerously, for once, eat some foie gras while drinking champagne!!!
May 2023 bring you what 2022 did not.
NB: it went really well with Champagne Jérôme Lefèvre Cuvée Rated X.
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