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Pigeonneau is No Pigeon-You-Know

If an Egg-on-Legs is a country mile from a Poulet Fermier, then let the same be said of the gracious Pigeonneau from its too often mistaken equivalent, the feral¬†wood pigeon. Pigeons have always been message couriers, from the Ark, through¬†sieges … Continue reading

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