When you stand up to leave the kitchen, you are hit with the aroma of griddle cakes.
A servant has just place a stack on the serving cart ready to be wheeled into the dining room.
The servant looks at you with a twinkle in her eye.
mmm, smell's good, don't it. A stack o'these always reminds me of the tale of Finn Mccoul.
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Description from publisher's site:
Finn McCoul - Finn McCoul is the greatest champion in all of Ireland, but when he discovers that the brutish giant Cucullin is after him, even the great Finn gets a wee bit nervous. But with some ingenious culinary magic on the part of his clever wife, Finn manages to get out of the scrape with his dignity intact. Well, most of it! This rollicking version of a beloved Celtic legend will light up your eyes and set your feet to dancing.
Open to all.
Offer ends: August 30, 2010
TO DO (2-parts):
1. Sign guestbook (if you haven't already).
2. Tell me what is your favorite breakfast meal?
Contest has ended - winner is here
fyi: A typical Belgian breakfast is like that of its northern neighbor, the Netherlands. Belgians do not eat their most famous food, Belgian waffles, which are traditionally sold in tourist areas of large cities, and are eaten as a snack. The breakfast in Belgium consists of breads, toasted or untoasted, with several marmalades, jams, and nut spreads, such as Nutella or just with a bar of chocolate. Other common toppings include sliced meats and cheeses. Pastries and croissants may be served on Sundays, but are mostly not eaten on weekdays. Belgians often enjoy coffee, tea, hot chocolate, water, or fresh juice with breakfast. -wikipedia
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