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How to make it in France: an Afternoon at Club et Thés in Montpellier, France

The best thing about travelling is, you always meet new interesting people. Some of them even entertain, feed and give you a recipe for life!

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Florian and Lambert went to college together. Dreaming about opening their own bistro, it has finally come true when they opened their bistro “Club et Thés” (yes, they sell tea, too!) in Montpellier, South France. They both came from the Provence, so the kitchen of the bistro is highly influenced by the provence flair. After talking about backgrounds, travelling and how awesome food is, Lambert taught me how to make a kick ass sandwich “Le Provencal”. Hooray!

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For one kick ass sandwich

Ingredients

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1 olive bun

handfull of rocket leaves

3 slices of parma ham

1 tablespoon of almond

for the bread spread:

75 gr of brousse / ricotta / curd cheese with herbs

salt

1 tablespoon of spring onions

1 tablespoon of olive oil

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Mix the ingredients for the bread spread all together, season with salt. Slice the olive bun and toast them. Smear both top and bottom bun with bread spread. Put the rocket leaves, and parma ham, top them with almond. Finish it with rocket leaves and top bun. What a kick ass sandwich!

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If you are lucky like me, eat them with a glass of ice tea or two (I drank the menthol and peach ones). Yum yum.

Ah, and if you are very lucky, like me, eat a la pavlova as a dessert afterwards. It is a meringue topped with cream and fruits. Florian made them handmade with love. What a good guy, girls, visit the bistro for his number.

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Oh man, am I a lucky girl. Thanks for the experience and one hell of a tasty meal guys! The kick ass sandwich will be in my lunch menu from now on!

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Club et Thés

18 rue saint guilheim

Montpellier, France

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2 Comments

  1. Marie says

    Super Post! Very inspiring. Have tried making the sandwich today and it is very yummy!

    Like

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