Is cooking a creative endeavor?
Why ask, let's eat!

Last night I dove into my new cookbook (a.k.a. gateway to dreamy southern France) "A Table in the Tarn" by Orlando Murrin. This beautifully photographed book tells the story of two English gents who live out their dream of buying, renovating, and operating a b+b in southern France.
It also, of course, is about food! Wonderful glorious French food.

And this pretty little morsel was my first recipe experiment.

'Le cake' aux olives et au reblochon

A dense little "cake" that is meant to be sliced and eaten as a appetizer accompanied by a lovely white port, perhaps. It is savory and delicious, so don't be fooled by the word cake. No sugar in this one. Lots of black olives, bacon, fresh herbs and of course, cheese.

Here's the catch, it was so good I forgot to take a picture of it! Oops.
Bon Appetite.

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