Life in Sud Touraine
Many thanks, Niall and Antoinette and the same to you both. Finding your blog was one of the good events of 2011 and I look forward to reading more this year.
Happy New Year. It's been a joy reading your blog and I'm looking forward to more to come.
Hope you had a good w/e. The haggis was one of the best I've had! But be warned, stitch the two ends closed, or microwave it for your Burn's Night one... and come over and have some Haggis Soup, the 'leakage' has made a wonderful stock, so I'll add a few veg to it... and, whenever you head that way again... Yes please... a standing order on those.Happy New Year... gizzusabell.
@Perpetua - thanks! :-) we enjoy yours very much as well.
@Broad - Meilleurs voeux to you and thank you :-)!
@Tim - And Happy New Year to you and Pauline too! w/e was lovely but tiring :-) Really glad the haggis is so good. Butcher is very close to Niall's mother's house so consider yourselves on the list!
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