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A Taste of France - Clafoutis

FRANCE | Mon, 19 Sep 2011 | By connectlocally | Views [4048]

The first time I tasted clafoutis was during my summer failure as an au pair. I was barely 18 and had been placed in—to put it mildly—the middle of nowhere. I had already spent a summer in rural Provence, so I thought I knew the drill: cycle to ... Read more >

Tags: community, connect locally, eating, food, france, french cuisine, fruit, local recipes, travel

2008/01 Sydney to France...

FRANCE | Thu, 27 Jan 2011 | By lissa_05 | Views [483]

Monday 28/07 Departure day! Set out from home at 4.45am, on the train to Sydney's Kingsford Smith International airport arriving to check in, then headed straight for coffee! Flying Korean Airlines, we had been tipped to expect delays, so were not ... Read more >

Tags: beach, french cuisine, train journeys, vineyards, wine tasting

 

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This is Mr. Soon's narrow workspace. Sharp work and a very discipline man, Mr. Soon carefully takes on the trade 6 days a week and live upstairs. He is slicing down the bamboo at equal width, to then weave to become a round bamboo divider that is going to be placed in the Dim Sum steamer - this is for his client, Cantonese Dim Sum restaurant. Back of him, is the iron grill door, torn down from his house when his house caught on fire last year, that forced the firemen to cut his grill door to do fire rescue. Thank God he was safe. Today, he still keeps it and hope to reinstall back; but we know it will never happen. You shall know why in the last photo.: by theforgottenbambooandrattantrade, Views[599]
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