Sunday, December 28, 2008

I've been found!

Hope you all had a lovely Christmas....... I have been lost in France since Christmas Day! Well not really, but my friend Leanne gave me this lovely book for Christmas. It is such an inspiring story about a family from Melbourne moving to France to live and the business that they started. There are quite a few recipes sprinkled through the book too, to make it even more appealing. The description of the fresh produce markets and the various other markets, just makes you want to fly over there straight away.

Thud! Feet are back on the firm Aussie soil again now.
Will be back tomorrow with more pics and chat.


A Bite of Country Cupcakes said...

It would be lovely to go for a French visit would'nt it!
Trulyi have'nt had a proper Holiday for yeARS I would go anywhere I think

Miss Muggins said...

Glad you're back! Hope you had a delightful Christmas with your boys. Maybe a trip to France one day....

Pam said...

Just love these sort of books Christina. I have a number of them. I can also lose myself in them.
This is a new one on me though. Might have to investigate it! :) Thanks.

Leanne said...

I loved The French Table also Christina. I was very inspired by the Webster's story and Jane's comments that they decided to follow their dream because they didn't want to wake up one day and realise it was too late.I'ld love to participate in one of their cooking schools. I've made the Citrus tart, and it was wonderful.
Leanne x

The Joy of Nesting said...

Hey Missy glad to hear you are back ;) The next time we are at the main market I'll get some pictures for you. I love to shop there, I won't buy my veggies, fruit, or chicken any where else BUT I have to say some people never get use to whole unwrapped unsanitized market ;)

Drop by when ya have time.
Pattie :)
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