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Category Archives: Coulommiers
…ham and jam, kippers and treacle..
I was not myself this morning. Who I was is as yet unclear to me but, what is sure, is that the person in question had a pioneering palate. Pioneering, as an adjective, may seem romantic and exciting to some … Continue reading
Posted in 2013, Bad Habits, Breakfast, Cheese, Coulommiers, Digital photography, food, Food and Photography, Food photographer, Grape jelly, grapes, Humour, Illusion, Jam, photography course, Photography holiday, Toast, Uncategorized, Writing Tagged Brie, clear thinking, collation, Davy Crockett, digital photography, discerning palate, early morning, food, Food photographer, foolhardiness, France, go where no man has gone before, Grape Jelly, Humour, palate, Photography course, Pioneering spirit, Quiet contemplation, simple logic, temporary insanity, writing 47 Comments
Algy’s gone and Al Fresco’s arrived….
It’s rush hour. It must be as I can just hear a motor bike in the distance over the deep silence that is the beginning of a summer’s day. This is the summer moment that I wait for throughout the … Continue reading
Posted in Almonds, BBQ, Cheese, Cooking, Coulommiers, Digital photography, Fish, Flat parsley, food, Food and Photography, Food photographer, France, French countryside, Fruit, Herbs and Spices, lifestyle, Mediterranean food, Nuts, peaches, Photography, photography course, Photography holiday, Pine Nuts, sardines, seafood, Writing 37 Comments