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La Mère Pourcel, Dinan (France)

When I knew we were going to be in Dinan over New Year, I immediately started hunting about for places for a “nice meal out”.  Our rental house had a great kitchen and we planned on eating in a fair number of nights also, you know, since the food in French supermarkets is amazing, we […]

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Foodbuzz 24, 24, 24: Lunch à la Weight Watchers circa 1974

A long time ago in a universe far far away (i.e. before blogging), a friend sent me a link to a website with “Dinner party idea? ;-)” in the subject line of the email.  Ok then. Clicking on the link transported me back to my childhood (i.e. the 1970s) and I spent a good long […]

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Gnocchi party

A few weeks ago, Penny at Addictive and Consuming invited her blogger friends to join her in an international gnocchi party.  This stemmed from Penny’s earlier post about pumpkin gnocchi whereby she and a couple of other bloggers thought it would be fun to have a gnocchi party, despite our geographical differences.  Since gnocchi was […]

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Daring Bakers Tiramisu on eatlivetravelwrite.com

My first Daring Bakers’ challenge – Tiramisu!

My first Daring Baker’s Challenge! Yes, after a couple of forays into the Daring Cooks, I have succumbed to the lure of the Daring Bakers!  For those of you not familiar with the Daring Kitchen, head over to the site to see what all the buzz is about! This month’s challenge was tiramisu!  “Yikes,” I […]

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Cathédrale de Chartres

Chartres, about 80km south-west of Paris was (sort of) on the way to Dinan so we thought we would take advantage of having the car to take a detour there.  The cathedral is considered one of the finest examples in France of Gothic architecture. Surrounded by a maze (literally) of tiny one way streets which […]

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