French Bistro Coq au Vin
A traditional French bistro is an interesting study in dining psychology. The tables are impossibly close together, yet it ‘s hard to make out the neighbour’s conversation as sound reverberates off all the hard surfaces. The decor is basic; the chairs are not chosen for lingering, and the table settings are ordinary. Yet, there is a “je ne sais quoi” attraction to eating in a frenzied environment. Personally, I think it is because one’s expectations are fixated on time-tested recipes such as Coq au Vin. This recipe is by our friend David @ Cocoa & Lavender.