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... 1 teaspoon honey
Instructions 1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
2. In a large bowl, toss brussels sprouts with Pancedtta, 2 tablespoons olive oil, salt and pepper. Transfer the brussels sprouts to frypan, stirring occasionally to ensure even browning, until tender and caramelized, about 20 minutes.
3. Place brussels sprouts back in bowl. Add remaining tablespoon olive oil, balsamic vinegar and honey and toss to coat evenly. Taste and ...
... to abandon a drive down the infamous Lourmarin road to see the Roman sunburst bridge. We have passed it twelve times in the last fortnight and this time we were going to photograph it. I'll pinch someone else's photo.
We spent the afternoon packing for an early start tomorrow morning. We plan on being fully packed by 6.00 pm so that we can go out for dinner tonight.
At home, we decided to eat out. There was nothing on L'Heure Blue by Yoha's menu that particularly appealed, Le Terrail was closed (they had had Lamb on the menu for lunch) and eventually we ended up at La Flambee; supposedly a pizzeria. Much more. Much much more. We now know it is famous for it's Pain de Chevre.. Everyone else seemed to order it so we will have to returne later in the week for ...
He (Samuel) is an architect by choice and by passion and gets to live his dream of working his craft independently and with enough clients. She (Cristelle) is a school teacher teaching students at the local Jr. High - French history, history of the world and all kinds of other subjects. This on top of their first priority which is raising their 3 kids - we could not figure out how they can do it but they do it firmly and lovingly. On top of it they have ...
Tuesday morning we got fresh bread and croissants (including pain au chocolat) from our camp shop. Delicious! We couldn't get a decent croissant in Italy so it is good to be back in France. Later on we explored the little medieval town. It is full of little shops selling all local goods from Provence like wine, lavender products, home wares and of course all the beauty products from the area (I picked ...