Beautiful photo of the clementines. I can almost taste them.
hope you don't mind that I tagged you!
pollyThank you! I love having bowls of these around this time of year.njnrrYou did? How great! I just looked though, and can't see where the tag is...
njnrnIgnore that last comment. I see it now!Thanks. :)
loulou - can you recommend a good sheeps cheese, not too strong but tasty?
oh they look scrumptuous :)
our juicy lifeAbsolutely!You could try Etorki, Le Lacandou, Pérail du Larzac, Caruchon or Margalet.I've tasted them all and think you might fall in love with one, if not all, of them. Let me know how it goes. :)my mélangeYes, juicy and sweet!
oh yes juicy and sweet. Delicious, got a bowl in our holiday apartment :-)
I love clémentines! Now I need to go get some, although, early in the season they can be a bit bland, at least the ones we get up here.
anneHope you're enjoying your holiday! And the clementines.wcsI tasted some last week and they're good. I didn't see where they were coming from, but most likely Spain.
I've been meaning to mention this to you: http://www.miamiherald.com/business/international/story/768527.htmlWere you aware of this odd ban on imperfect produce? How weird! It sounds kind of Facist!;)No wonder your photos of produce are always so great- not to discredit your skill as a photographer!
loulou- merci..we will try them soon and I'll let you know. picked up some cheese at the marché this morning and it was Pérail, Maria Grimal...very very good, very mild and it was before I saw your response back to me, the man recommended it. We'll try some of the others you recommended.
DonnaYes, I read about that the other day. Until then I didn't know that the law existed!Guess all that perfect produce helped my skills as a photographer!OJLMmm...pérail is great, oozing cheese. Hope you loved every bite!
These really look amazing. It's not often, even with all our beautiful markets here that we see such beautiful clementines. Alas!
robynThey arrive every year and they're delicious! We eat bowls and bowls of them.
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