On our way in the train I have been planning dinner. It should be simple and tasteful, a true feast after the journey:
Thinly slice 2 red onions and 3 differently couloured bell peppers. Go into the garden and cut fresh thyme, just the tips to encourage further growth. Roll out ready-made puff pastry, either on a baking sheet or in a mold. Rub with a little olive oil and prick with a fork. Turn the vegetables -- well mixed with the thyme-- onto the pastry. Sprinkle with sea salt, olive oil and freshly grated black pepper.
Bake in the oven at 200 degrees. I stirred the peppers with a fork halfway through to avoid too much blakening. It will occur, but that improves the taste. It's ready when the pastry looks crisp and brown and the peppers limp and caramalised.
Serve with a green salad. Yummie!