Creme Fraiche with Caviar and Brioche Toast

Want to hear about a great dish? Introducing, creme fraiche with brioche toast! I enjoyed this special meal on my grandparent’s 50th anniversary! The creamy creme fraiche on top of buttery brioche toast topped off with caviar will make your taste buds go crazy! Made with especially good care, creme fraiche can be a real winner to your dinner!

Creme fraiche with caviar and brioche toast is a french appetizer. Creme fraiche is made up of salt and a little sour cream, and served in bite sized portions. While the creme fraiche provides the creaminess, the crunchy brioche toast offers the perfect balance. Just imagine the buttery taste of brioche toast explode in your mouth as you bite down. When you think the bite is done, creme fraiche fills your mouth swishing around the brioche toast and giving a flavor you’ll never forget.

Oh, but don’t forget the caviar! As one of the nicest types of fish eggs, caviar gives the perfect amount of salt and fish taste. The small touch of fish and salt works so well with creme fraiche. Creme fraiche is rather bland, so the caviar is a perfect complement.

For dinner, I think just five orders of creme fraiche would be enough for me. I love it that much! Keep in mind that creme fraiche and caviar are extremely expensive, so eating it is a very special occasion. Reading this, you are probably thinking, “No 10 year old would get to eat creme fraiche.” Well, I was celebrating my grandparent’s 50th anniversary! If you do want to try it, go to Quince in San Francisco, it’ll be waiting!

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Ollie says:

    I don’t even know how to comment on this Nate. Partly because I have no idea what 2 of the 3 foods are that you write about. Can we go to In N Out together sometime and just have a cheeseburger?

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    1. n8chen says:

      Yeah, I knew you were going to say that. But what about the kraft american cheese singles on wheat bread? Would you relate to that more? Thank you for always commenting, it makes me laugh every time!

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      1. Ed Han says:

        Now you’re talking my language Nate. Come over sometime and I’ll make you a bologna sandwich on Wonder white bread, you’ll forget all about your caviar oreo fresh with burnt toast or whatever it is you were talking about.

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