As usually happens around this Leeming house we planned a meal of remains. Leftovers sounds too pedestrian to describe the meal that we enjoyed last night.
The meal began with the remains of the excellent Duck Terrine from a previous night’s dinner. This terrine was made in the Barossa Valley in South Australia and it seemed as fresh as one would make for ones self.
After a serve of this terrine (accompanied by little toasts) Diane made a more than usual salad composed of all the usual suspects: spinach, lettuce, halved cherry tomatoes, olives–pitted black for Di and gree filled for me, walnut pieces and feta with a balsamic dressing.
We opened a fine bottle of Moulin De Gassam Guilhem from the south of France in the Languedoc region. The wines of this region are not expensive but the largest seller in France comes from this region.
It was a meal of great food and excellent wine