Tag: Galette des Rois

A word about Epiphany

Today’s a special day in France, it’s the 12th day of Christmas, Epiphany and, more importantly, the day when the cake known as Galette des Rois is traditionally served. However, in practice, it’s served throughout the month of January. This puff pastry delight is… Continue Reading “A word about Epiphany”

Debits on the same side as the window

The club’s AGM is by and large a rather boring affair, apart from the food and the prizegiving. In case you’re interested, I have yet again, for the third (or is it fourth, I’ve lost count) time in a row, made a clean sweep of the… Continue Reading “Debits on the same side as the window”