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Now it is Mum's day shopping for clothing and gifts in the town. After a short foray we sat down to a farewell lunch in an Alsace inspired brasserie where everyone's tastes were well satisfied. Simon chose the clams and then fresh foie gras pan fried, Meg ...
... tables "Eat your foie gras Isabel or no more rides!" After about 41/2 hours we dragged her away to visit the winery and buy more yellow freestone peaches just picked. Meg cooked big fillet steaks and spicey pumpkin soup, and of course fruit for ...
... of growth but not a lot of fruit. I did get a kilo or so of gooseberries for the first time. Anyway, it looks like the guests will benefit while we are on the boat.
So life goes on; Raymond has begun cutting the hay, in between bad weather, Jeanne and Dennis have almost finished the renovation of the Grange and Michel and I have had our inaugural trip to Spain for supplies, swimming and a meal out. The only difference is that I now do the driving – it’s a lot ...
... 8 km from town centre and a marvel of modern design and ease. We met Lucy from Mudgee on time and raced home to help Simon cook duck confit with potatoes and salad- yum. Lucy has been on a whirlwind tour of Europe and so a week of relaxing with us before starting again in England will be just ...
... among us watched My Fair Lady in the afternoon then the thunderstorm prevented us swimming. Dinner in town at the Angel restaurant where Nasra from the Maldives helped us decipher the menu in English was a happy night of trout, black pig loin, veal casserole, veal 'Tête de Veau', multiple desserts and madiran ...