I think French songs and food go together. Of course not all French songs, and not all food. Carla Bruni’s songs are easy and pleasant, good to listen to during Sunday lunches or brunches or dinner with your other half ;-). I recommend all the album (Quelqu’un M’A Dit).
Thank you so much for all of the wonderful recipes -- this weekend we had a cookout and I made those Guinness burgers and Guinness BBQ sauce you posted last week... they were a big hit, especially the sauce! Keep on postin' :-)
It’s always great to know this blog has been of help. I’m very happy to know the burgers were a success, even though I’m not the author of the recipes. Hope you find other recipes for the next cookouts ;) Thank you!
a lot of food blogs i look through hav changed. thy used to put up more unique, interesting foods, but after getting a lot of followers, they started putting up only boring foods...like typical pastries, meat, rice, etc. i don't know if you know what i mean. oh well. anyways, thanks for not doing that :D
I try to vary! Sometimes it’s hard, you know… But I keep trying. Thank you so much!
“[Gordon] Ramsay and [Jamie] Oliver are not chefs any more, they are business people. They’re not as good as they used to be. Their time is occupied by business, they don’t cook, they’re interested in and concerned with money. Celebrity chefs are purely a show – the word “celebrity” doesn’t say much about the merit of that person. The most prominent celebrity chefs, as you like to call them, are not in very many cases chefs any more.”— Egon Ronay: in quotes | Life and style | guardian.co.uk (via isay)
This is tonight’s meal’s music pairing. I don’t know what you’re having, but I’m pretty sure this song goes perfectly well with it, as this song goes perfectly well with pretty much anything. I love the Portuguese words + English accent fusion. The charm of it all. Enjoy.