Formerly "French Kitchen in America," this kitchen is located on the outskirts of an old French Canadian neighborhood in the Upper Great Lakes. The menu is eclectic and the topics are varied.
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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