|Here he goes- early one morning|
He changed blog sites this year.
I did go out and take some more photos . Not much for flowers since they are all dried up, but some photos of the villages. I spent an afternoon and took photos of L'Etang-Vergy and then returned to the church in Reulle-Vergy to re-take a few photos.
|The old lavoir in L'Etang-Vergy. It is on the river Meuzin.|
A lavoir is a wash house. The river to the right and water for the
Lavoir to the left of it (it is darker and brown because of the shade)
|A very large church in L'Etang-Vergy. It was not built until 1859.|
The church Saint Charles Borromée. Before they
went to the church in Reulle-Vergy, about 2.5 km away
|I found the design on this house interesting.|
|Church Saint Saturnin|
Started in the XII century and the nave was added in the XVI century
|A grave stone|
"I have been what you are,
You will become what I am"
|Exposed for 30 seconds, and I added the white vignette|
around the edges.
Recipe of the Month
It is the season for peaches, and they are really good at this time of year. Here is an easy recipe for a peach tart with almond cream.
- 125 grams unsalted butter, room temperature (4.4 oz)
- 1/2 cup granulated sugar
- 2 eggs,. room temperature,
- 3/4 cup almond flour
- 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
- 4-6 ripe peaches, peeled and cut into slices, depends somewhat on the size of the tart pan. If you use fewer peaches, the almond creme puffs up between and turns a dark brown when cooking...ummm.
- Either buy or prepare a pie crust. I had a sweet crust, "pâte sablée".
- Put the crust in your tarte form.
- Add the Almond creme into the crust, level it. Get it to the edge.
- Arrange the slices of pear evenly on top of the Almond Creme.
- Bake 35-40 minutes