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I’ve been on a steep learning-curve to know what I need to know to do my part in the development and maintenance of the site. I’m far from where I need to be, but far enough along the do the minimum.
... specialty of this and surrounding regions. It was delicious, as was the whole meal. As is often the case with such lunches we didn’t finish much before 5:00 pm!
We talked about many things, much of it related to our service in the church over the years and currently. There is always a great deal to discuss. I was also asked to help get some software set up on a new laptop, so we spent over an ...
... table where we could watch the rain pour down and the bustling activity of the packed restaurant. The only question was how we wanted the steak cooked...rare, of course! Our charming waitress (so far no grumpy, snooty French waiters for us!) brought the red wine and a simple salad of greens & walnuts, then a plate with our steak on it, heaped with fries. Boggling ...
The week in Bordeaux has flown by and we are all very sad that we didn't have a 2nd week here. It is such an amazing place and we have only seen little bits of it.
Kate has had her hands full with an extra student in Bianca Patchett this week, and a very studious Rueben Patchett doing his own work separately. Whilst I am still recovering from Steve and his bike earlier in the week, undoubtedly the highlight for me this week has been Blanche cooking up a storm. The kitchen ...
For our last day in Bordeaux, Pat and I attended a cooking class at Le Grand Hotel's Michelin-starred restaurant, Le Pressoir d'Argent. Celebrated chef, Pascal Nibaudeau and his team guided our preparation of a 3-course luncheon - Cream of Asparagus Soup with Poached Egg and Crumbles, Sea Bass Encrusted with Chopped Prosciutto and Japanese Panco, and Choc Lava Cake with Raspberries and Basil. We enjoyed the luncheon along with accompanying wines.