From Ebersmunster, we drove to one of our favourite Alsatian destinations: Dambach-la-Ville. It is a walled town and not as touristy as some of the other--also beautiful--towns.
Below, a vintner advertising his wine. Throughout Alsace, one can stop for a tasting. However, we feel if you have a free tasting, then you should buy at least one or two bottles of their wine--or more!
The following day we went for supper to the Kleiner Meierhof, one we know well in Ettenheimweiler. Carol had her first Flammenkuchen. It has a thin crust, cream or a mixture of cream and creme fraiche spread thinly over the crust and then topped with Münsterkäse (Munster cheese) and Schinken (bacon pieces). You can, of course, have a different topping, but that is one of our favourites and Carol enjoyed it.
That evening we went out for a wonderful dinner. I shall talk about that in my next blog post. After that, it will be back to other subjects, including food topics.