You have not deleted ap. 500 of your 3500 European photos..:(
I remember so VIVIDLY our first evening in Gordes..after arriving from Cassis.. initially from the Marseilles airport..We had no idea where to go... what to do.. what to eat.. exhausted from sleep deprivation..jet lag and excitement~we immediatley headed for the glorious town of Gordes and entered a small ,humble..charcuterie,boulangerie..for wine and cheese:)
While J was scouting the wines..I admired the cheese section..w/ goat cheese samples galore~..adorned w/ local herbs and blooms..
I thought..when I come home..I will not use the glaze etc..I usually do w/ my Bries etc..and just make them au naturel like here..
I was awestruck..but deleted all my photos:( ....of that week and I don't know how!
But the mind is a wonderful photographer:)
And I was able to recreate my moment..I did add a drizzle of honey though..as I must admit..although I LOVE the look of goat cheese.I have to enhance it to love it's taste:)
It's a thing of beauty..there..
I have a nice long log of it for a few salads I wish to make..
I sliced off a few pieces.. dipped the edges in "Herbes De Provence" (but of course:) ) and topped w/ a beautiful antique pansy from my daughter's pesticide free gardens.. drizzled w/ honey..and le tour est joué!..
Even Jacques said.. that is so pretty..
Anyone can do it~
W/ baguette..the habanero jelly even..:)
Makes No Difference Where You Are~