Thursday, December 16, 2010

Postcard Lyon

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Blogger racheld said...

Enchanting, the view from your window---the whole thing takes on the look of peeking into the intricate web of a filigree lavaliere.

And whatever you're cooking---yes. I see cookie cutters, but is that a lovely hunk of cheese, perhaps to make some savory nibbles for drinks-before-dinner?

Or is that rich, golden butter? The yolk is just so memory-evoking, as those were the orange eggs which gave my Mammaw's Pineapple Cake its characteristic golden yellow. We have a nice source for those here, as well.

12:51 AM, December 17, 2010  
Blogger Mimi from French Kitchen said...

These details put me in the Christmas mood like none other that I have seen this year.

You have a way of capturing the light as it lightly touches - no caresses or even teases - the subject.

3:11 AM, December 17, 2010  
Blogger chcmichel said...

Great photos, makes you want to get in the kitchen and make some cookies.

4:09 PM, December 17, 2010  
Blogger L Vanel said...

Thank you Rachel, Mimi, and Michel. I hope that the photos have helped you get into the Christmas spirit!

5:54 PM, December 17, 2010  
Blogger Laurent said...

So beautiful...!

3:41 PM, December 21, 2010  
Anonymous Dillon said...

Always love your postcards.
Have a lovely Christmas and stay warm.
Cheers
Dillon

1:33 AM, December 23, 2010  
Blogger Nail said...

Hi Lucy !
Great post on lovely Lyon city ! I read some of your recipes, especially Scallop and Endive tarte. I like it very well. I have also a blog on Lyon gastronomie where I'm writting reviews on Lyon restaurants. I would like to share your blog URL , on my page If you aggree of course. If you want take a peek, my adress is eatinlyon.blogspot.com
Salut !

2:14 PM, February 12, 2011  

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