Oh that girl over at roost is amazing! Such lovely images.
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if you plan to serve this antipasta spread anytime soon, i'm crashin the party. i can smell that gorgeous rosemary right through the screen and can imagine sipping and nibbling in this setting!smiles to you, lovely.michele
magnifiques !!!belles images des beaux jours, hummm, ça donne envie !!amicalementMonique
Produit simples et du terroir, simplicité et beauté: tout ce que j'aime-beautiful!Cheers
Cheese, a little antipasto and those olive branches in the first picture. What’s not to love???? I wonder if an olive tree can live indoors? Beautiful post Des!XXXDebra~
Love to entertain as well. Need to make more time to do this. Throughmyporchwindow.blogspot.com
looking at those pics it reminds me on my Italy holiday. I can still smell the cheese, olives, wine and feel the special flair in that air. Recently I cookedlamb shanks and the leftover rosemary I just cooked in a glass of water. Wow what a scent flows through the house. When I closed my eyes I saw similar motives as shown in this blog.
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