Recipe: Poulet de Terre (Le repas des Pauvres et Paresseux)

Today’s recipe is brought to you by Alex, Dinners With Dan‘s newest featured contributor!  

Are you ready?  This week, Dinners With Dan is going international.

First up we we have a wonderful recipe from my very good friend Alex who is currently studying abroad in France!  I hope you get as much of a kick out of this recipe as I did =).

Poulet de Terre

 

The most difficult part of being a college student is finding ways to eat healthy. I know my friends and I will go to events we don’t care about at all just because they had a flyer saying “Free Food”. It’s a real struggle, especially if you’re studying abroad in a country you have never been to before, and you can’t recognize the labels on the food that you buy. However, my philosophy is: if it tastes good, doesn’t make me sick, and is cheap, I’ll usually eat it again.

I’ve been studying literature in France for the past month and there is a small grocer down the street from my dorm. Basically, once a week I go to the grocer with an empty backpack, grab whatever looks good, and hope I live to see the next day. In keeping with my newest tradition of “trying new things” (which is a phrase middle-aged women use as an excuse to date 20-somethings) I decided to use our disgusting kitchen for more than just swallowing spoonfuls of Nutella with milk and actually cook something!

 

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