rosh hashanah lunch, cap d’antibes, france As many of you know I am Filipina, partly grew up in Greece, raised Catholic, was married to a Swiss Protestant, understand the Greek Orthodox way and very tolerant to different culture and religion. By Shalimar Born in the Philippines, raised in Europe and globetrotter. Categories France, Food, Travel & CultureTable Arrangements/Flowers Post navigation Previous PostPreviousmissing few many things in life…..Next PostNext… happy holidays 10 Comments Wow! I love all those shots! So fresh and delicious. Happy Holidays Sha! Hello Sha! I’m not into cooking but I like the kitchen, a lot of space. If only I had a choice then… 🙂 I love the strawberries and chocolate mousse! Yummy! Have a nice week! Wow Sha, that looks incredible!! As usual, a sight for the eyes and imagination… i want to try all these wonderful dishes. 🙂 Thanks for dropping by and wishing me well! I hope you have a wonderful holiday if I don’t see you! I expect a lot of wonderful photographs at the beginning of the new year! 🙂 our household is very international too like yours..i think we are lucky to have such a rich mixture of culture..well im wishing you all the best for this season and for the year to come… warmest kisses n hugs from my french kitchen, dhanggit Those ribs look mighty tasty, as does the whole meal. This was an interesting description of an interesting culture — thanks! The kitchen is nice, although the counters look a little high for me (i’m a shorty). Hard to argue with the view, although I know I’d feel uncomfortable around the scale of wealth that you are around. How did you first start working in this world? Have a good and safe trip to the Bahamas. Xronia Pola, Sha! Me agape, laurie THE FISH FINGERS I found out are called GOUJONS….. (french for strips of fried fish) chef coated them with soya flour and oatbrans Is that knife a hierloom of the family? Really cool. Its very chilly here in Holanda, was -1C today at midday but no snow. Am off to see a medieval Christmas market this weekend. About time as I don’t feel the holiday season yet with all the work catching up. Enjoy the warm weather there. Well, one of my favorite quotes is: “You can’t be more Jewish than to be Catholic!” Jesus Christ, after all, is/was a Jew. And He did teach and follow the law. He also clarified a lot of them 😀 I hope you post more about Jewish practices, esp. food-related. I have lots of Jewish friends here but they’re not as into food as I would like them to be hahaha. Happy New Year, Sha! love the pics of the lamb chops… flet like getting a piece.. naalala ko, picture lang pala wow… sarap naman ng food.. Leave a ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.