Monday, September 19, 2011

Fast Food, French Style

We chose the paella in the last pan on the left.  They had sold out of a couple of selections, but still had lots to choose from.

The owner dishing up our order, seafood paella.  A dish made with rice, chicken thighs, shrimp, calamari, and clams; nice and spicy, Spanish style.
When you want food fast in France, you can always find a McDo's,  but if you want good food fast, try the Marche.  At the marche in nerac, a husband and wife team had several large pans of food ready to be boxed up.  It is priced by the kilo, about 2.2 pounds.   They sold out of some of their selections, notice the empty pans, but they still had the paella!  That's what we had for lunch, just added bread and wine.  Viola!  Even adding in the cost of the wine and bread, it is was just 2 euro more than the hamburgers we had at McDo's in Aden.

We are traveling for the next couple of weeks, so I don't know how the internet connections will be.  We may just have to go to McDo's to use their free wifi.

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