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Dishes du jour — 08 – 09 – 2016

Today’s posting simply picks up where yesterday’s posting finished. We’re still at a Sunday lunch in Bergerac, a drive of about an hour and a quarter from Daglan, at a very good restaurant called L’Imparfait. To remind you, here’s an … Continue reading

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Two friends, three meals: Paris express

Lately my wife Jan and I have been caught up in a flurry of social events, travel and guests, so my blog postings have been few and far between. Time to remedy that, first with a look back at a … Continue reading

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Great food, a slight slip-up, and a nice doggie

This report on our lunch last Saturday at La Table du Marché in Old Bergerac is a tad late, for which I apologize. I intend to make up for my tardiness by ensuring that these comments are especially thorough, perceptive, … Continue reading

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Buy the sea, buy the sea, buy the beautiful sea…

First of all — yes, thank you, I do know that the actual song is “by the sea.” With today’s title I’m just making the point again that in the Greater Daglan Area, one does not need to live by … Continue reading

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From the Sunday market to the plate

In the Greater Daglan Area, not every day involves dining out. Often we prepare our own meals, and often we base our meals on what’s available in the local markets. Since today was Sunday, that meant that it was market … Continue reading

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The feasting begins!

Good friends from Toronto, Rob and Darlene, are spending a few days with us and you can guess what that means. Yes, it’s a festival of feasting. It started last night with a dinner at Daglan’s own Le Petit Paris. … Continue reading

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