Sunday, September 22, 2013


Hey y’all. As you all know (or don’t know) I don’t have class on Fridays. And coincidently, neither does Ivey. We made Fridays our hang out days, and today we wanted to try something new.

We ventured to a little restaurant called “Decour de France,” mainly because we were dying to try macaroons and partly because we needed to try something besides Panera every week (not that we are tired of Panera, because I definitely am not.)

I had the French version of a chicken pot pie with mushroom sauce. Ivey had some sort of breakfast quiche that had eggs and ham in it and a salad on the side. Both were very delicious, but rather rich.

We decided to split a small box of macaroons that contained a sample of each flavor (i.e. caramel, mango, lemon, chocolate, blueberry, strawberry, vanilla, and pistachio).

To be honest, both Ivey and I thought the fruit flavors tasted very odd and definitely did not meet our expectations. The vanilla was extremely sweet, but we did thoroughly enjoy the caramel and chocolate flavors.

It was definitely an experience if not to say the least.


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