Our lockdown this week beats fairly consistently to the rhythm of gardening and baking with a first-time family walk and another hole in the fence apéro breaking up the boredom. That’s about all there is to say about the lockdown rhythm at Lou Messugo during week 3.
The Teen (who is no longer a teen and needs to be renamed especially as the Little One is now a teen!) has been experimenting with baking. So far the results have been great.
The lawn in front of the gîte has suffered badly from droughts over the years so we’re taking this time without guests to redo it. Right now it’s a ploughed muddy, lumpy mess.
Rarely going out of the house means I find myself living in Crocs, even for an apéro! Quelle horreur!
Easy French Fruit Tart – Tarte aux Fruits
French Yogurt Cake – The Easiest Cake in The World!
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Croissants look delicious, Garden looks very green. The little one is no longer little.
No the little one is now rather long! And the croissants were amazing.
Those croissants look very professional, were they difficult to make? And I’m loving your croc’aperos! 🤣
Croc’aperos sounds like a type of nibbles to eat at apero time, love it! I watched my son make the croissants, they were very time consuming but other than that not too difficult. it was a bit of a revelation.