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Iso identify with Ian Moore in his March column – ‘Excess all areas’. This year I have eaten galette des Rois five times including at line dancing, the choir, a cultural exchange with our Sudanese refugees and the soup party (bring your own soup to share). And I was daft enough to buy one to share with our English visitors! No sooner had we finished the round of galettes, I celebrated Chandeleur with pancakes. Since then I have eaten homemade truffles at keep fit and celebrated Chinese New Year with the line dancers. This month we are having a meal with the choir and will be eating a seven-course meal with the over-60s in the village. And it’s only just March!
I too have cooked English breakfast for the school children. They loved it and ate it all and I didn’t get any. But then I didn’t need any! See above.
So as you can see there is no problem with a full social life in France, but there is with getting into my trousers! Brenda Cook Croisilles, Pas-de-Calais