|Out with the dogs, Dolce and Flipper|
|Dried flowers overlooking the gorge|
|Dogs and played with lighting a little|
|There is a very small hole in the middle of the white|
circle. This is not a lens, it is just the cover to
the camera body. Using this cover or cap, one can
make a pinhole camera
|DId some pinhole photos of this maisonette. Posted one below|
|Wall and maisonette|
|same wall looking the other way- black and white|
|Leftover grapes after the harvest|
|Looking towards the cemetery|
|I added some vignette around the edges|
|Do you know who is who?|
|Like the small doors in the walls here!|
|pretty chocolate too, an soooooo good|
Only 9 pieces 😥
|See CHAMPION du MONDE|
Should add that Keith has had a bad foot for a couple days. The x-ray did not show any fractures, but probably a good case for arthritis. Ah getting old.
It is used to cover cakes and to make candy such as Truffles. There are many variations, so look up some and try them.
- 20 cl of fresh cream
- 200 g of pastry chocolate
- Bring the cream to the boil and pour over the broken chocolate into small pieces.
- Cover and let it wait for 2 to 3 minutes.
- Stir vigorously with a whisk to obtain a smooth preparation.
- Let cool to room temperature.
- This ganache is simple:put in a baked pie crust and then refrigerate for a chocolate pie.
- Chocolate lovers can also enjoy it alone with a little custard or topped with melted white chocolate.