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... for 7PM. Of course I was running behind schedule. To further complicate things the refrigerator situation was NOT resolved so I was kind of rearranging things last minute so everything stayed cold.
Jan got back first with Claire, and immediately told me not to freak out but that more people were coming. I asked how many and she vaguely said, "Oh just maybe two or three more" but ...
Then we headed out to do some shopping on the Cours Mirabeaux where a nighttime craft market was going on. After some impulse purchases which can only be explained as a result of too much wine being consumed- see selfie of me and my new hat which is totally un-packable- we then headed to a local pub to soak in some nightlife before heading home.
... browned on all sides, 5-7 minutes. remove from the pot and set aside temporarily.
Add the onion and garlic to the pot and sauté until softened, 2-3 minutes. Pour in the white wine, and then stir in the tomato paste to blend well. Season with the sage, salt and pepper. Add the seared pork and any accumulated juices to the pot. Cover and simmer, stirring occasionally, for 1 1/4 hours.
Add the olives and apricots to the ragout, cover again, and continue ...
... bands). It's also close to the best restaurants in town and all the shops (boulangaries, boucherie, Utile, presse (newsagent) , galleries and boutiques Ches is yet to explore. Just about perfect.
Daylight saving started her last night. That meant that this morning we were only 9 hours behind Sydney time. Come next weekend when daylight saving ends in Australia, we return to a 10 hour time difference. I could get jet-lagged all over again.
... in the Luberon, which had closed 5 minutes earlier, we arrived in Bonneaux and haven't done much except unpack all our luggage,familiarize ourselves with the heaters and the kitchen and plan some meals, do some shopping at the local minimarket and boucherie and do some cooking.
Actually, we did do a final walk in to town in Maussane to buy a baguette, some brioche
( which they cut off ...