Supermarkets here are floored with traps. You are dangered on every aisle.
Because of UK delicacies that are unshoppingable in France.
Like Bourbon Cream biscuits, Cadbury's Mini-Rolls, Sponge cakes with buttercream filling, bacon, pork pies, pickles and chutneys, the list is unthatisallable.
You have to no the temptation to glutton on all these things. And thus far I have surprised myself by noing LOTS of opportunities to greed.
At Maesycwmmer, which was basically a cake-fest sandwiched between two messages from Sinclair Ferguson, I noed all the Victoria sandwiches and gooey carrot cakes etc (how could I?) and ate one mini-roll and a Welsh cake.
In the supermarket I have nogoed the biscuit aisles as well as the pickles and chutneys.
But today I have some bacon to make a bacon butty for lunch, and an individual pot of rice pudding! FIESTA!