Well it is a bit chilly now so that must mean it is nearly Christmas Fair time. I have been locked in the butchery every spare minute trying to prepare myself and am beginning to wish we built it with a window so at least I could look out and see the sun when it does decide to come out. It is very cold in the butchery and I know the chilblains are going to arrive soon.
Along with the general Christmas butchery work in between now and December I have discovered that there is a telethon ballet performance, a concert and goûter for the music school, a gala at the swimming school and of course the school Christmas spectacle.
It's a good job I did my Christmas shopping in October.
Now the Manoir de Longeveau Christmas Fair is on Sunday 1st December and I will be there with our selection of Christmas goodies which will all be ready to be put in the freezer.If however you decide that you couldn't wait for Christmas and you ate everything early and need a resupply after this date I will have the products available at the various markets and drop off points that we do. I highly recommend ordering beforehand to avoid disappointment.
The last day I can take orders is Sunday 15th December.
I am farming sheep and goats on the Dordogne/Gironde border with my husband and our 3 children. We have an on farm butchery and sell our meat direct to the public via the markets and delivery points in our local area