Clockwise from the top left, I bought:
• a pound of cocos plats (Italian flat green beans)
• a rolled and tied veal roast for braising (un rôti de veau à mijoter)
• a pack of four "gourmet" knacki (Alsatian sausages, similar to frankfurters)
• two saucisses de Montbéliard (smoked pork sausages from eastern France)
• a block of Cantal Jeune cheese (from the Auvergne region)
• a beechwood smoked chicken (un poulet fumé au bois de hêtre)
To go with the smoked chicken and sausages, I plan to cook some sauerkraut (choucroute) this week. I got a kilogram of raw choucroute at Intermarché a few days ago. The green beans and cheese might become the makings for a gratin, or I might cook the beans with tomato sauce, Italian-style, and add the Cantal to a cheese platter. The veal roast will be for a blanquette de veau or some other veal stew. Or maybe I'll grind it to make veal burgers or meatballs (boulettes).
P.S. Today we'll be finishing the cassoulet-in-a-can that we ate half of on Saturday. And yesterday we finished our Thanksgiving gigot d'agneau. We had one lamb steak left. It was about an inch thick and maybe 7 or 8 inches across — plenty for the two of us — and in the freezer. I made a French sauce au poivre noir to have with it and some pommes frites.