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Jag - en japansk svärdsmidare

Jag saknar Riita. Trots alla framgångar med bandet fortsätter hon att återvända till mina tankar. Lycka mäts inte alltid i antalet medelålders män i Captain Beefheart-tjöjor som kommer på ens gig utan ibland är det mest värdefulla bara att få vara nära en person som tycker om mig för den jag är och inte för att jag är tidigare rymdsaxofonist i Hawkwind. 508 more words

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Cafe des Federations (Lyon, France)

Lyon is considered the gastronomique capital of France. Many famous chefs have come from Lyon including the most famous of them all Paul Bocuse. We wanted the true Lyonnaise food experience so we came to Cafe des Federations, a well known Bouchon (Brasserie) here in Lyon. 238 more words


Millefeuille and sparkling wine

Here’s a photo of a millefeuille. Millefeuille means a thousand leaves, as in the multiple layers of delicate puff pastry interspersed with layers of pastry cream, which is really a delicious custard. 262 more words


Happy Birthday, Félix Kir!

Born on this day in 1876, Canon Félix Kir was a French Catholic priest, a resistance fighter and a politician.

His name, “Kir,” also now lives on as the name of a wine & liqueur cocktail (and also the drink’s many variants). 265 more words


Kir: France's Most Popular Aperitif?

One of France’s famous aperitifs (Apero)

Burgundy’s most fashionable aperitif (Apero), Kir, has spread throughout the country. It is named after Felix Kir, a mayor of Dijon and a hero of the Resistance. 290 more words