French Dinner (Chicken Dijonnaise)

Not only does this meal feel like comfort food  but has the touches of gourmet as well.  That is why I added the fancy Waterford glasses!  Sometimes a few extra presentation and decorating touches can add to the nuance of the dinner regardless of what you are serving.  Even though I am calling it a French dinner the entrée is actually a cross between French and German with sauce and the späetzle is normally considered a German dish.  Because the Dijon region is close to Germany the food naturally becomes intermingled as in this entrée.

French Onion Soup

Chicken Dijonnaise with Späetzle

Tarte Tatin

“Les Charmes” Chardonnay (France)

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