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Duck Breast with Olives; The English are Here! — 9 Comments

  1. here in crete, we have an extremely limited variety of ‘foreign’ food, depsite the increasing number of economic migrants. for example, i cant get cadbury chocolate, and the only chinese style food available is the blue dragon label…

  2. Oh I wish I could live in France right now! That recipe of yours looks so tasty. I am a big fan of duck!
    I also saw your photo in the profile section for the first time. What a beasutiful woman you are, Katie!

  3. It’s impossible to shop at LeClerc in Cahors and not run into hordes of English and often Germans.
    We have run into them so many times we know where they are from before they speak. I saw pretty much the same thing at Carrefour, which is not my favorite place – way too pricey.
    As for variety, LeClerc has it all.
    We must have just missed you by a month, Katie.

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    Sarah

  5. Tanna, I’m finding interesting how very different areas in France can be… I’ve led such a sheltered life!
    Maria, ooooh, no Cadbury’s???? Do you have a good substitute?
    Anh, what a lovely thing to say… I wish I could send you some duck!
    Mimi, We do have a LeClerc about 30 minutes away, but, as is typical, they have things that Carrefour doesn’t and vice versa. My complaint about them in the Vendee was narrow aisles. The local one here is much nicer… And there is no Carrefour. One must learn new habits ;-))
    Thanks, Sarah, I appreciate the kind words.
    Jude, yeah, when I see Vegamite I’m leaving… (just kidding, I actually like the stuff)
    Sarah, the British Aisle, I like that… and so true!

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