La Vieille Fontaine
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... and realised we could have done this until wee were full! We bought two yummy chevre, a beef heart tomato, bread and fruit which added to our never ending salami selection for another delicious lunch.
We toured more stunning old towns as we wove our way through the rolling countryside of drier mountain parks and fields of vines, lavender and grain crops. A highlight was the Musee Extraordinaire that we had planned to visit in ...
... again a brilliant free village Aire with what we are now finding happen to always have the best facilities. 'Custom' as it says in the book! I reckon the local that builds the waste and water facilities that actually work are also Motorhome owners. They know what's required. The relentless thunderstorms force us to drive at dawn. Pitch up and make the most of the mornings. Aspres is no exception. A beautiful crisp morning. ...
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Butternut Squash Lasagne
1 T. olive oil
1 1/2 - 2 lbs. butternut squash, peeled, seeded and cubed
1/2 c. water
3 T. panko crumbs
1/4 c. butter
1/4 c. flour
3 c. milk
pinch of fresh grated nutmeg
3/4 c. basil leaves
2 c. assorted wild mushrooms (rinsed several times, first time in vinegar)
2.c. spinach or sorrel
12 no boil lasagna noodles
2 1/2 c. shredded ...
... came to see it. The king was amazed by the awesome beauty of the rare and astounding animal, and he tried to buy it. But Manuel refused, and the ship went on before sinking in the Gulf of Genoa. The rhino eventually arrived at the Pope’s palace … stuffed. Had the rhine made it to the French royal court ……) and a brass band that played Brittany Spiers and Dexy Midnight runners.
... stunning) home with a trellace of table grapes, a granny flat, a guest flat, a pool, and a private winery with the oldest (Shiraz) vines being processed by themselves and the rest likely going into the local cooperative. Although we didn't get to Pont du Gard (Giant Aqueduct - too far away to attempt in such a short stay) we did see another (and two parts at that!) which also made dan a very happy boy. So after that lovely little intermission from 'traveling' off we go, to ...