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We do a lot of miles, of that there is no doubt.  And it’s essential to get the food right to keep boredom and hunger at bay.

David needs treats and fuel (as do I) to make the journey go smoothly.  Our trip back to England went a little like this:

Road trip coffee 001As soon as we get north of Dijon the coffee comes out, with an almond croissant for me and a “cow pat” for David, courtesy of the fabulous boulangerie in Santenay.

 

 

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Gazpacho

 

 

 

 

 

Then, once we’re near Reims, it’ll be time for lunch.

We started with spinach, feta and tomato quiche,

 

 

 

then moved on to gazpacho,

http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/wordofmouth/2010/jun/24/how-to-make-perfect-gazpacho

and finally, when tiredness is setting in, we had chocolate oat bars for a much needed sugar fix to speed us to the port.

http://www.halfbakedharvest.com/healthy-dark-chocolate-chunk-oatmeal-cookie-bars-idiot-proof/

Chocolate flapjack squares

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