A baker takes advantage of the sub-zero temperature of Paris…
Tags: Paris winter
ciao bello. not the same pot that was on the floor?
greetings from London!!!
(hand on forehead covering eyes over embarrassing realization that Poilane doesn’t even SELL baguettes:)
At least it’s winter somewhere in the world. Man, I feel like we’re getting jipped here in the Big Apple. I think it’s snowed…once? So sad, before we know it it will be back to 90+ temps. Maybe my fire escape could double as a grill!
Belle photo. Watch those Parisian pigeons tout de mÃªme!
Ooh. Nice cookware. Stainless Steel All-Clad?
I am jealous. And I also want some of that chocolate!
It’s funny, I do the same on my balcony table which is just under my kitchen window! I even use it when I have no space left in my tiny kitchen…
By the way, don’t let that pan fall on somebody’s head!!!
Glad the bitter cold here is useful for SOMETHING!
Ah very clever mais bien sur!! I hope there were no pigeons around! ;-)
Thankfully, all the pigeons have flown south for the winter.
Pigeons do that…right??
ah, well, not sure they do that, do they? Let me go back to my encyclopedia OR better! Let me google “Do pigeons migrate?” Isn’t Internet le paradis?
I really enjoy your blog !!!
I lived in Paris in the early 70’s.And I have
the best memories of the city . With your beautiful pictures I am reliving those years .
Boulangerie Bazin , baguette et Roquefort… Mon Dieux!!!
I have a question thought…..do old appt.
still have a long wooden box with a lid at the base of the window (outside)to keep food fresh? My girlfriend’s appt
must have been pretty old.I don’t remember the street.
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