Panier of Plenty

Market day in Céret

The first fraises of the season (Charlotte), chou-rave, fenouil, asperges, a fresh baguette, 6 oeufs, home-made orange confiture (with cinnamon and cloves), petits pois, poires, persil et poivrons…

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One thought on “Market day in Céret

  1. mesarapugs on said:

    Certainly the panier of plenty!! 🙂

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