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11 December 2005

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3goldens

Thanks for this link. It is indeed a beautiful card. And this is as a good a time as any to say "thanks" to you, Col. Lang, for your blog. You've opened my mind to a lot and I plan to read those five books you recommended. Merry Christmas!

J

Colonel,

thanks for sharing the card. merry christmas to you and yours.

Carol

Colonel ,Thank you for sharing the card –How beautiful it is--- Thank you also for this blog —I learn much from you ----
"Happy holidays and warmest wishes for the New Year"
"Bonnes fetes et meilleurs voeux pour un Nouvel An illumine de joie!"
Carol

carol

Colonel,

Thank you for sharing the card –How beautiful it is--- Thank you also for this blog —I learn much from you ----
"Happy holidays and warmest wishes for the New Year"
"Bonnes fetes et meilleurs voeux pour un Nouvel An illumine de joie!"
Carol

Eric

http://pie.allrecipes.com/az/MeatPieTourtiere.asp


Here is a recipe for a pork pie that looks interesting and that I am going to try over the holidays. It's very popular in Quebec and France, after mass on Christmas Eve.


Enjoy and Merry Christmas, All!

W. Patrick Lang

Eric,

My mother was Quebecoise and I have liked Tourtiere all my life. It is a wonderful Christmas/New Year dish, one of those things that is even better "warmed up" as leftovers from the big party. Pat

chocolate ink

Hello and Merry Christmas Colonel Lang to you and your family during this holiday season. I hope that you and your family will have a healthy and peaceful New Year.

I consider it a great gift to have your diaries frontpaged at Bootrib given your expertise and insight into the matters you write about.

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