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cynthia at TheDailyBasics

Merry Christmas to you, my dear writing buddy, and to all of your friends, family and drop ins!

Ann Simons

Merry Christmas and many thanks for the interesting posts and great recipes.


Joyeux Noël et une nouvelle année bénie pour vous et les vôtres ....

Thank you for your words and bringing my family and me along! We will be having baked eggs and ham this Christmas morn. I would love to live in France, someday, until then I will live vicariously through you and a couple of other bloggers....RaeDi

Patricia Flournoy



I love the baked eggs recipe but you've definitely peaked my curiosity. I love leeks and would love to know what goes in to your leek casserole. Would you share your recipe? Here's one of my favorites:

Lynn McBride

The Leek Gratin can be found on the 11/19 post. Do check out Claudia's link too, it looks fabulous!

Joan Gates

You make me very nostalgic for the Chateau and Nicole and Pierre. Snow on the roof- too special!!

Dani Fleury

Thank you, Lynn, for introducing me to baked eggs. I asked my (French) husband if he'd heard of them...Beh oui, he says..Wiz ze cream... Wow, sounds yummalicious. Can't wait to try. As lovers of eggs, and part of a select few here in France who actually eat them for breakfast, I'll definitely be making this pretty breakfast dish for us Christmas morning. Thank you! :)

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