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Newcomers to Le Petit Paris — and us

Two of our very good friends have had a holiday home quite near us for several years, within 100 metres or so of Daglan’s well known restaurant Le Petit Paris (LPP). And yet, they had never tried it. So on … Continue reading

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Back to LPP (and let the blogging begin!)

Today we return to blogging, after a lengthy winter break. And today, at lunch, my wife Jan and I returned to Le Petit Paris. At lunch, we realized that this coming September will mark a 20-year history with Le Petit … Continue reading

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Lunching in Daglan: a few tidbits

There has been precious little blog-posting lately, because there has been precious lots of sweltering going on. We are now stuck in the longest heat wave that my wife Jan and I can remember since we moved to Daglan. On … Continue reading

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V-E Day 2015: Damp but dignified

We’ve been having a bit of stormy weather. This morning, a rain-with-lightning storm woke us up before dawn, including a particularly vicious clap of thunder at almost exactly 6 a.m., seemingly right over our house. This did not bode well … Continue reading

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Our express (two-hour) lunch

Life is returning to the Greater Daglan Area, after a typically grey and quiet-as-a-mouse winter. Flowering trees are bursting into bloom, fields are being plowed and readied for planting, and — perhaps most welcome — establishments are opening for “the … Continue reading

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A Christmas work-in-progress

As we left Daglan this morning for a shopping trip to Sarlat, we drove up through the main square and past the war memorial, just in front of the restaurant  Le Petit Paris. Grouped in front of the large tree … Continue reading

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Two hits and a miss: Lunch at LPP

It was a bit overcast on Thursday as the three of us walked up from our house to Le Petit Paris, the restaurant on the edge of Daglan’s main square. My wife Jan and I have eaten at LPP many … Continue reading

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