Saturday, September 01, 2007

Postcard: Independence Point, Chaumont

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Blogger Kate Hill said...

Lucy, how wonder-fully surreal- your black & white & RED all over postcard. Enjoy!

11:45 PM, September 02, 2007  
Blogger Connie said...

ha! i would like to see how neat and nice the table looked AFTER the lobster was cracked open and various bits and juicy goodness were dribbled everywhere.

and one question...where's the butter?

11:56 PM, September 03, 2007  
Blogger Tace said...

agghhh, I'm so jealous, I'm from Nova Scotia and that's what our kitchen table (minus the wine and potatoes) would look like at least once a year. When we had lobster, we had LOBSTER. Oh my it's been toooooo long since a lobster feast! Hope it was as delicious as it looks.

2:47 PM, September 04, 2007  
Blogger Christine said...

Hi Lucy! I love your blog. I am also a fan of French cuisine but I live in chinatown and end up cooking more asian influenced dishes! I can't wait to try some of these out for the winter.
312 Square Feet

2:45 AM, September 05, 2007  
Blogger Slippery Rock said...

Lucy - I love the picture of you on the ride at The Fair! You are flying and look so free!It was so wonderful to see you last week, not once but twice!Lucky me! The pics from the Fair as well as the Lobster are definitely life-like!
(Too bad we didn't take any of the fried bananas and the coconut ice cream at the Thai restaurant!Yum!)
Love you, lots! Stinkerbell

1:34 PM, September 11, 2007  
Anonymous maninas: food matters said...

just wanted to let you know i love your banner. did you do it yourself?

8:33 PM, September 13, 2007  
Blogger L Vanel said...

Dear friends,

Thanks so much for your comments. The lobster was indeed messy and the trip home was just what the doctor ordered. I am ready to tackle the new year! Maninas, I created the banner myself at home. The line drawing is an altered image that was originally part of an art nouveau poster illustration around the turn of the 20th century.

12:48 PM, September 14, 2007  

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