American food with a French twist. Affordable French dishes. Regional ingredients. Cheese, beer and wine.
I had to click on the photo, just to get a closer look at anything with greenery and flowers! Beautiful!It's comin' our way soon, Mimi....just around the proverbial corner!
It is lovely when you click on it, Cyn. It has a micro climate, so while it was about 65 when we left the Lot Valley, it was about 8-10 degrees warmer in La Roque. It seemed to take forever to get there... but the Dordogne was so green.
Beautiful, I miss the streets of France. Food in the windows... pastries galore!
DMCAL, love your moniker.But I agree with you.
It's beautiful, Mimi. I love it because it's so old, which is so very opposite of southern California, and so much more like the east coast where I grew up.
Toni, I have always loved old, but the older I get, the more I love it. So much more serene!
Just beautiful, I found you via Under A Blue Moon, I will be back again and again. ~LeslieMichele
A beautiful photograph from a beautiful part of the world.
C'est joli comme tout!So nice!Anne
Thank you, The Chef in My Head. (Love the name!)Thanks to you, too, Fiona.Bonjour, Anne!
what a beautiful area~I hope you can return soon!
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