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... faces. And there is no better way to end off a day spent outside than with some good food! I have always thought that food tastes best after having some free air and we certainly did enjoy our dinner! It was so fun being all together and listening to everyone share their respective stories from their day. Spending the weekend with such an incredible group of people in a remarkable part of the world was such a fantastic start to the spring break. Next stop - Banyoles, Spain for ...
... s markets and food fairs like ours - spices, olives, marshmallows , you name it! The event is held in February so lots of time to prepare!
I have also been doing all kinds of different cooking classes with various societies I am part of - there have been Italian cooking classes, vegan food cooking classes, cooking for students - have met so many great people through it!
I have been to training with the boxing ...
... but have absolutely no sense as to how we're doing or what medals we've earned.
The Old Course becomes a public park on Sundays, so we wandered around and Donnie got me to take a picture of him on the stone bridge on the 18th hole. This is apparently an iconic shot, and he even added an Arnold Palmer flair by lifting his hat to acknowledge his adoring fans. They were all there in his mind -- oh, I mean his main adoring fan, moi, ...
... but he was very restrained and we both ate a little of the salad, arranged nicely on the baguette, and two sausage rolls (and to be fair, Ada did bring out more of the latter) and thought longingly of the nice pasta sauce I had made for Sunday evening, upstairs in our fridge.
After that, thank God, a HUGE bramble crumble emerged and as it was apparently something of a speciality of Ian's, we could without disgrace accept large first servings and seconds too.
... ne porte pas de caleçon!). Cette pochette est appelée sporran et est confectionnée en peau. Certaines étaient remarquables, faites en blaireau, renard ou furet sauvage. Bien entendu, on a eu droit à un ceilidh. C'est une sorte de danse traditionnelle qui ressemble beaucoup aux danses des fêtes de villages (du moins on a ça dans le sud). Du coup c'est facile, il faut juste trouver un partenaire et ensuite: un pas à droite, un pas à gauche, en avant, ...