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November 27, 2010


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Great story. Hadn't heard that one! Traveling is SO much different now than it used to be ...

Cristina, from Buenos Aires to Paris

Great story....As I always say (joke) "I don't know if people love me for what I am...or for what I cook...and make them eat !! LOL
Good for you!!


Sounds like the perfect Parisian new year's eve, Kathy! Mmm, langoustines. Good luck in the contest! :)

Liana @ femme fraiche

Sounds like a magical New Year to me!!


Thank you for the comments!

Paula - I still have a few stories I'm saving for the right time. It seems there's always a story behind/along with a fabulous meal.

Cristina - I know what you mean. Sometimes I wonder if I get invited to things solely because they know I can/will help in the kitchen. My brother always invites me to dinner when he wants polenta.

Nicole & Liana - It was a magical New Year's and also a lot of fun preparing the day before.

Corinne @ Gourmantic

Lovely! Took me right there with you with the anticipation of the dinner.

Mr G is always in my ear about spending Christmas and New Year in Paris, and would you believe I'm always the one who says 'non'. One day, when the time is right, I'll take him up on it!

Bonne chance for the competition :)

lara dunston

Oh that's what I love! So much better than going out to an expensive NYE party, non?

Merci beaucoup for your entry! Best of luck!

Aida Hatem

Sounds like a perfect celebration! And your photo....I could stare at that for hours. Good luck with the contest.

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