Sunday, 2 February 2014

Silent Sunday - February 2nd 2014


http://www.cosmicgirlie.com/2014/02/02/silent-sunday-49/

18 comments :

  1. It was Reading Residence, very delicious indeed .... Poisson et frites!

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  2. Oh now that looks lush - and not very French!!

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  3. Mais oui LeanerMOther- c'est poissson et frites!

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  4. deelish! My post today is also food-related, but more "french" being Chandeleur'n'all! To get poisson et frites like that around here you have to go to the Irish pub!!

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  5. Yumm - looks very nice. I wouldn't mind some peas too :)

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  6. Are you missing English food :) I'll swap with you for a day (or week even better!)

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  7. @Phoebe - we had our crêpes for breakfast ;). These fish and chips were in a brasserie at Ouistreham where the ferries come in so lots of Brits around!

    @ Notmyyearoff - yes, peas would have been nice but NOT mushy! The out of season tomato was rather tasteless.

    @ City Coastal Life & Style - fish and chips is one thing I do occasionally miss (especially as we had excellent ones where we lived in the UK) - but that is more than made up with all the lovely French food we get! No need to swap though - just book yourself a little holiday with us :)

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  8. It was Kim - not quite good chip shop standard but a very good effort all the same. Much enjoyed :)

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  9. I hope it tasted as good as it looked.

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  10. @Louise, @Fiona and @Becky - yes, delicious, yummy and as good as it looked!

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  11. @Mary - take the ferry to Caen and it's the second brasserie on the right as you leave the ferry port ;)

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  12. @MomLee - makes me hungry when I remember how good it tasted!

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