Turns out that raclette is not a restaurant but rather a way to cook food! It has a lot to do with cheese, since I can't eat cheese I also learned that raclette doesn't need cheese to be tasty. My friends whisked me off to the home of a very hospitable couple out near Kings Landing where I quickly learned about raclette and all of it's yummy wonders.
In addition to great food and incredibly generous hosts, I had the pleasure of:
- Drinking the most delicious home made beer I've ever had
- Hanging out with an adorable duck tolling retriever named Belle
- Enjoying the architectual wonders that was their house
|The TWO raclette grills we had on the go|
Normally you pop cheese onto the top of the whole thing to melt all of the ingredients together...but even if you don't it's still a yummy pile of food:
|My concoction of pasta, mushrooms, chicken, peppers,|
onions and pasta sauce!
I also ate a few hunks of bread with garlic butter spread all over it, you just toss it on the grill, wait a few minutes and you get super fresh and yummy bread!
While admiring me and my