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A wonderful serenity has taken possession of my entire soul, like these sweet mornings of spring which I enjoy with my whole heart. I am alone, and feel the charm of existence in this spot, which was created for the bliss of souls like mine. I am so happy, my dear friend, so absorbed in the exquisite sense of mere tranquil existence, that I neglect my talents. I should be incapable of drawing a single stroke at the present moment; and yet I feel that I never was a greater artist than now.
Ooooo… What a fantastic meal that would be. And your main course — absolutely drool-worthy!
It’s fun to imagine what guests one would invite to that kind of dinner. Have a marvelous Monday, my friend. Mega hugs!
Thanks Teagan, I would love to invite you anf the characters from The Woman in Trousers episodes. Wouldn’t that be a fun party, Cornelis, Felicity, Copper and even Cal Hicks!!!
Haha! I’m sure Cal Hicks, the amethyst ape, would be well mannered at a dinner party. But Cornelis and Copper egging one another on might be a different matter. 😀
What a cool post with a fantastic menu! I love this post! yumm
Thanks Lynz,the menu is delicious, everything including the wine!!
yes it sounds amazing!
Sounds like a wonderful dinner!
It’s a really nice fall meal, thanks Ronit.
Wonderful! Boeuf Bourguignon is stunning…I finally tried making it and it came out amazing even on a first attempt. (Thanks to Julia). Great wine pairings too.
The Bourguignon is just such a great Fall/Winter dish, it really is quite simple to make, a few steps but totally worth it. Thanks Sean.
This menu sounds amazing, my goodness! And agreed, your contribution is so perfect for this!
Thanks Mary Frances. I love the Fall and hearty fall/winter food.
Suzanne, I have been looking for a good Beef Bourguignon recipe. I can’t wait to see yours. Have a great week.
Gerlinde, it’s a fantastic recipe. I made a few changes to Julia Childs great recipe sticking pretty close to the original. It’s really so delicious. Thank you.
You can never go wrong with Julia Child, hers is labor intensive. I been thinking of making it for Christmas but I’m not sure .
I cut or trimmed some of Julia’s steps you will see when the recipe is published. It is easier and although it’s a longish slow cook it’s not that labor intensive. It would make a gorgeous elegant holiday meal.
Yippee! I love these menus. Thank you!
Fabulous meal and wine pairings!
Look forward to it!❤️
Thank you so much Freda!
Thanks so much for reblogging the menu Suzanne! It looks so wonderful with the photos of all 3 courses (even though they’ve been made/photographed by 3 different bloggers in 3 different parts of the world) – beautiful flow of flavours, textures and fabulous wine to bring it all together.
Thank you Margot for putting your wonderful idea out there for all to enjoy. It’s a pleasure!
What a lovely dinner menu & wine pairing! I love it all! :)MMMMMM!
Thanks so much Sophie!
Wow! Delicious! I want the root vegetable dips right now!!!
Thanks Em, I love those dips!!
I m not familiar with this main course but entire menu looks like a grt meal..
Thanks so much, it’s a classic French meal really delicious.
Looking forward to the Boeuf Bourguignon post! 🙂
Thanks Fae, I think it will post soon.
Wonderful menu! And your contribution is perfect! 🙂
Oh my. I’d eat with you any day. I live all the projects you’re involved with. Be well.
Thanks Amanda, it’s fun to work on!
The menu looks fantastic Suzanne!
Thanks so much Laila!
This menu makes me so so ready for some cold weather cooking!! It’s still in the 90’s here– and I’m ready for a rich stew and a table full of friends. This looks perfect Suzanne! What a fun idea to work together on the menu– love it!
It really is fun, thanks so much Rhonda.
I tried following the famed Julia Child Boeuf Bourguignon recipe once. So much work!! So I have a simpler stand by form southern France that includes olives–my favorite. Anyway thanks again Suzanne. Happy Autumn!
Can I please come to dinner?!
Open invitation, anytime at all!