Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Celebrating Bastille Day????????

Here's how Robes and I do it.......


We start with some of this: COLD dry French Rose.


To wash down these.... Moules done on the grill or Meuniere......YUMMM! Next...




THIS: grilled Lamb with herbs. Throw in a salad after with some dessert, cheese, cafe,
and we're ready for THIS:




A game of French Boules or Petanque...Happy Bastille Day from me and Robes. Robes and I. Robes and me...
Fin.
Images from Picasa....





13 comments:

  1. You are so lucky to be married to a fine chef, Maryanne! And a good sport! Passe de bonnes temps! XO Trish

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  2. Lovely!
    Happy Bastille Day to you as well!
    :)

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  3. That lamb rack is to die for... they are making me terribly hungry right now!.... ~Terri

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  4. Wow! I've had such a crazy day today that I missed the whole thing today. I'll have to celebrate next year. From the looks of your celebration , I'm coming to your house! Mona

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  5. Happy Bastille Day to you.

    ROBES ?
    Do you mean Maximillen Robespierre?
    The Lamb chops are my favorite too, what time is dinner

    yvonne

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  6. Hi Maryanne,

    Looks like the perfect day!
    Moules cooked on the grill and lamb rack, some of my favourite food too.

    Happy weekend
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  7. Everything looks so yummy! I'll be right over!
    xx

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  8. Ah you have made me verrrry hungry indeed, madame!

    Hope your fete was fab!

    bisous!

    Kit

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  9. OH YUM!!! Can I celebrate with you! :)

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  10. the lamb, and the mussels...
    some of my favorites.

    xx

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  12. You & Robes just know how to doing it all just right my friend. Much to admire. Mind-melding I'm up for. 'Works'..sounds exciting for you. Maybe..just maybe I'll be in France for Bastille Day (& the Tour) this time next year?!

    Talk soon and cheers to dear Peter xx

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