Dear readers and fellow bloggers:

Today is the eighth anniversary of our dear Father Mario’s passing away, which has greatly saddened us. To honor the great sacrifices that our parents had made to give us a great French education and the heritage we enjoyed at home, we are preparing this dish of sautée smoked Alaska salmon with veggies, ravioli and a four cheese Bechamel sauce with walnuts. We dubbed it “Lorraine-style” because we put the sauce in the middle with the special format of the Croix de Lorraine that we showed you in our De Gaulle’s blog.


Now let’s sit down to enjoy this freshly made dish in the company of loved ones.

Saumon a la Croix de Lorraine I

Bon apétit!

Stay distant. Stay safe. Stay beautiful.

What do you think? Please tell us.

Don’t leave me alone.

4 thoughts on “Saumon à la Croix de Lorraine

  1. Gracias hermano por tus palabras recordando a nuestro querido Padre que nos educó y nos formó. Gustavo y Marcel Laplume

    1. Muchas gracias por tu lindo comentario, querido hermano. Si, Papa nos educo y formo con mucha paciencia y afecto por muchisimos años. Tenemos que recordarlo en todos los grandes y pequeños detalles que le atañen. Que Dios Todopoderoso lo tenga en su eterna gloria. Amen.

    2. Wow, great post, Dad. I know it’s hard for you because you miss your Old Man so much. Abuelo Pocho was a great person, filled with love of life and inspiring us with his enthusiasm for books and films; he’s always in our genetic and spiritual memories. Moreover, I believe he’s in a much better place now, protecting us and guiding our paths with his Luminosity.
      Te quiero mucho Papi.

      1. Thank you so much for such an affectionate commentary, dear son. You know me well indeed. Yes, Abuelo Pocho is guiding and protecting us from Heaven. Yo tambien te quiero mucho, mijo. Un beso grande.

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