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November 04, 2010


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Fern Driscoll

Wait, wait... cherries in November? How can it be? Lovely pictures of a mouth-watering market - what a pretty town.


Fern - No, don't think they still have cherries at the market now (in November). The pictures are from this last summer. Thanks, and yes it is a very pretty town. I'm hoping to make it back in the winter for a foie gras/truffle market and the Christmas market.


Incredible photographs! I love the look of the country bread and cheeses. You've incited a serious craving now... ;)

Corinne @ Gourmantic

Simply gorgeous! Thank you for taking me there with you through these lovely images. If I had to pick a favourite, it would be La Maison du Saucisson!


We have spent time in this lovely village. Beautiful pictures.

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