It's a remote and beautiful place. You have to drive on a narrow road for half an hour in the mountains and forest to arrive there (in France that's not often - small country!)
This is a special pan for chesnuts. It has holes in it. You have to cut the chestnuts before putting them in the fire or they will explode!
I didn't eat any because the weather was too warm. That's food for cold times, to get your hands warm! (burnt, too, if you're not careful).
It was a fun day. I saw a faun and his girl friend.
They're called La Fanfare A Bout de Souffle (out of breath brass band). They were playing Rom (eastern European gypsy) music. It was magical. You can hear them here http://www.duzef.new.fr . They're based in Marseille.
I bought 2 kg of cristallized chesnuts, to make desserts and to offer. It's very good!
Beautiful day! I'll think of it when I'm at work and smile.