Sunday, 25 December 2011

Christmas Eve Market in Pictures























































Wishing you all a very happy Christmas.

17 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for this lovely tour. Brings back some lovely memories. Happy Christmas to you and your family.x

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  3. Ya killin' me ova heah.

    You had me with cheese, the croissants, the truffles. Then oysters??? You are cruel. Cruel, I say.

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  4. What a tasty pictures, Rob! I hope you are having a lovely holiday season! Merry Christmas!

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  5. There are few things more lovely than French markets. Ahhhhh..... Since my father, who lived in the south of France died, I haven't been back.

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  6. The food, the food - great tasty shots Rob.

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  7. "Yummy" said Emily. (That's from one of my favorite children's books)

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  8. Just trying to make us envious? I'm ready to visit, even in winter.

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  9. Wow. It all looks so delicious, and festive. I hope you're having a happy holiday!

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  10. wow, with those sights, my tastebuds are tingling.
    Normally we go to the Dordorgne every spring so I can play golf at Souillac but that had me yearning for it right now.
    (Our Border Collie called Sally was bought from Dordorgne last year, you can see her on my Mum's Blog)
    http://www.botanicbay.com
    Lance

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  11. France is definitely my next destination! These photos are killing me (in a good way!)

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  12. Everything looks so wonderful and tasty. The breads would do me in. LOL! Wonderful tour.

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  13. You've made me hungry - is it lunchtime yet? I loved the yule log photos - I made one a few years back but didn't decorate it nearly as elaborately. We went with a simple chocolate ganache layer cake this year instead of a log, still yummy. I was searching Google for photos of fanflower last week and my search pulled up a fabulous shot from your blog - thanks!

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  14. Hope that it was a good one Rob. The travel supplement in our paper last weekend featured a photo of a square in Sarlat on its front page, which accompanied an article about the gastronomic delights of the area- mmmmmmm :) May the new year treat you and those that you love kindly and may all that graces your garden flourish xxx

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  15. Why oh why oh why do we not have pate and bread and cheese like that at our farmers markets???!

    ce n'est pas juste!

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  16. Bonne Annee! Mieullers voeux.

    Lovely pictures. Bear garlic?

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  17. Bonne Annee! Mieullers voeux.

    Lovely pictures. Bear garlic?

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