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Fish and ships..
As the title of this post is totally disparate, but seemed a good idea at the time, I have included a picture of a ship….or boat, to be precise. It may only serve to show Christian Harkness, a fellow blogger … Continue reading
Posted in 2013, Art photography, Baked sea bream, bream, Cookery Writers, Cooking, Fish, fish cookery, food, Food and Photography, Food photographer, France, French countryside, Gennaro Contaldo, Italian food, Landscapes, Mediterranean food, Olive oil, Photography, Recipes, seafood, tomatoes, Uncategorized, Vendee, Writing Tagged Christian Harkness, cookery books, cooking, delicious confection, digital photography, fish cookery, food, Food photographer, food photographers, France, Gennaro Contaldo, Humour, l'Anse d'Aiguillon, Mussel boats, outdoors, Photography, Photography course, Recipes, Sea bream, Vendee, writing 39 Comments
Je mange bien tous les jours…..another week of good food.
Les oeufs meurette are an intense combination of eggs, lardons, mushrooms, shallots, garlic and red wine that has the power to revive me when I’m not at my best. It has nothing to do with the wonderful recipes from Laurence … Continue reading
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Hoping this finds you, as it leaves me, in the pink……
No reason for the blues, but I woke up with them as company. My guess is that it is only a fleeting visit as the sun has returned to the Vendée, God is in his heaven and all is well … Continue reading