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18 March 2018

Last trace of winter

A spring starter, but followed by a wintery main dish. I made the last tarte tatin au boudin to follow  the grilled leek and asparagus salad. […]
18 March 2018

Spring forward!

The winter has been long and wet, some snow, but mostly gray. A few good days here and there have helped some of the early wild […]
1 June 2017

Peugeot circa 1920

Our latest find, a Peugeot bicycle circa 1920  sporting the three lions of the company have made it up from Babylon. What a lovely bike it […]
31 May 2017

Weld

The acacias blossoms never really came into their own; the days were either very hot or very rainy and cold. And no news about the pocket […]
28 April 2017

Waiting for the Acacia to blossom

While a cold spell has slowed the perfumed blossoms of the acacia trees from reaching their perfection, my husband found this 1932 pocket watch in ‘Babylon’. […]
24 April 2017

A versatile basic recipe: Dandelion Salad

As there is a basic spring soup recipe so there is one for salad. Keep in mind that not too long ago, the first green leaves […]
8 April 2017

Wild Leek with French Vinaigrette or homemade Mayonnaise or Aioli

Wikipedia devotes two lines to wild leek pointing to a difference between North American and European varieties. The inherent oversight of this incredibly delicious and herald […]
3 April 2017

Spring soups

  I just love my soups and every season in Puycelsi brings with it a variety of recipes sure to please. Radish Leaf Soup is a […]
30 March 2017

To Market we go………

Rare is the hotel guest who does not ask “Where is the nearest market?” For a visitor the local market brings to mind vibrancy, the chance […]
5 March 2017

I guess I still have something to say.

Relatives, friends and clients have sent me copies of the New York Times cover story lamenting the demise of the commercial hub of the inner city […]
18 March 2018

Last trace of winter

A spring starter, but followed by a wintery main dish. I made the last tarte tatin au boudin to follow  the grilled leek and asparagus salad. […]
18 March 2018

Spring forward!

The winter has been long and wet, some snow, but mostly gray. A few good days here and there have helped some of the early wild […]
1 June 2017

Peugeot circa 1920

Our latest find, a Peugeot bicycle circa 1920  sporting the three lions of the company have made it up from Babylon. What a lovely bike it […]
31 May 2017

Weld

The acacias blossoms never really came into their own; the days were either very hot or very rainy and cold. And no news about the pocket […]
28 April 2017

Waiting for the Acacia to blossom

While a cold spell has slowed the perfumed blossoms of the acacia trees from reaching their perfection, my husband found this 1932 pocket watch in ‘Babylon’. […]
24 April 2017

A versatile basic recipe: Dandelion Salad

As there is a basic spring soup recipe so there is one for salad. Keep in mind that not too long ago, the first green leaves […]
8 April 2017

Wild Leek with French Vinaigrette or homemade Mayonnaise or Aioli

Wikipedia devotes two lines to wild leek pointing to a difference between North American and European varieties. The inherent oversight of this incredibly delicious and herald […]
3 April 2017

Spring soups

  I just love my soups and every season in Puycelsi brings with it a variety of recipes sure to please. Radish Leaf Soup is a […]
30 March 2017

To Market we go………

Rare is the hotel guest who does not ask “Where is the nearest market?” For a visitor the local market brings to mind vibrancy, the chance […]