Thursday, 25 December 2014

Merry Christmas

Very sensibly the Chateau of Cheverny don't bother cluttering up their interior with a Christmas tree. Instead they decorate one in the park. This is last year's effort.

This year their Christmas tree is off to the side of the chateau and is billed as Europe's tallest.

We would like to wish all our readers a very merry Christmas.
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A la cuisine hier: Oysters au naturel, roast farmhouse guinea fowl with roast potatoes, onion, carrots, tomatoes, peas and gravy, followed by M&S Christmas pudding and homemade custard. Served with Chateau Gaudrelle Le Sec.

Simon made savoury oat biscuits and another batch of shortbreads.

11 comments:

  1. So you had your Christmas meal yesterday?
    Tradition...
    or to keep today free??

    Have a great day...
    we woke up to sunshine lighting the opposite side of the valley....
    wonderful!

    "MERRY CHRISTMAS"




    It's gorn now tho'... shame!

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  2. Happy Christmas!

    Your meal sounds delicious.

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  3. That does sound good -- oysters! Happy Christmas Day.

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  4. And Happy Christmas from sunny Angleterre!

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  5. Merry Christmas from Tucson! Your meal sounds delicious!

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  6. Joyeux Noêl Susan and Simon.
    Here it is 9C, no snow and windy

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  7. A very merry late Christmas to you! I hope you enjoyed the holidays.

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  8. Many thanks for the Christmas wishes. We hope you all enjoyed your Christmas wherever in the world you are.

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  9. Merry Christmas to you, S&S, and to all your readers.

    Sorry I'm late but we weren't home.

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  10. Carolyn: I hope you and E had an enjoyable Christmas.

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