Here at La Gourmandise, we step out from our comfort zone and tackle topics outside of French cuisine and cooking. That is why in this post, we want to talk about alternative activities you can enjoy after enjoying French cuisine. Neat right?
Here, we will talk about three activities we suggest you consider to make the best out of the day.
Unwind with Online Casino Games
Pretty sure that caught you by surprise, right? What are the odds? Well, the odds are big. La Gourmandise has trained several chefs working at renowned casinos in New Zealand.
And during those times, we were introduced to the beautiful world of gambling, responsible gambling that is. And then we were introduced to the even more beautiful and convenient world of online gambling.
There are hundreds of online casino websites you can visit right this instant. For example, one of our favourites, www.gamingclub.net/new-zealand/. You can’t go wrong with this gambling club.
Here you will find hundreds of casino games for you to enjoy, sign-up bonus, and of course the thrill of winning cash. Online casino games these days are not your typical mini-games. The gameplay and the fast rounds will surely give you quite the thrill.
But, once again, make sure to practice responsible gambling. Be aware of what site you are dealing with. Be cautious when giving your personal information, especially your name and bank details.
To start you off, a game of online slots after enjoying a Chocolate Soufflé is unforgettable.
This might sound crazy given you just ate. But, yoga is not a heavy exercise but a chance for you to meditate and burn all those calories from that heavy French meal. Many people incorporate French cuisine with their daily yoga routine.
This is all about establishing and maintaining a healthy regimen of healthy food and exercise. French cuisine took your breath away. Now, yoga will help you control your breathing that will certainly improve your mood.
Practicing yoga is so effective that afterwards, you just might go for another serving of your favourite French dish.
French movie hour
This is an emerging trend here in New Zealand. A day in France. French meals, talking to each other using French and capping things off with French movies. There are so many movies to choose from and many of them are centred all around cooking and food.
You can even determine the movie era you want like the oldies or the latest releases. You can’t go wrong with 2011’s “The Artist” and “Les Enfants du Paradis.”
So, have you decided what to do? If you don’t want to take a break, why not continue cooking French cuisine.