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September 01, 2009

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I have so much appreciation for the people who devote their lives to working the land. My boyfriend's family owns land here in Argentina as well, and I know how much work goes into raising crops.

Plums are delicious - I'm sure they'd work great in a clafouti.

ya estàn por florecer las ciruelas en la granja don Caro, cuando se cubran de flores enviarè fotos, Florencia. saludos desde Bowen Mza. R.Argentina.

Hi Rebecca,
I'd never heard of "Clafoutis" before. It sounds really good!
What also sounds very good is your description of "don Caro's" :o) farm and his work. Having spent my childhood visiting my grandpa at his farm in Córdoba, I know what you're talking about. I so much miss those days!
Thanks for sharing this!

Hola Rebecca!!, Gracias por dejarme un comentario. Por él he descubierto esta página y visto lo que he visto no te quepa duda que te visitaré a menudo. Un beso.

oh, you are making my mouth water just thinking about it!

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