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The beautiful and wickedly sharp @AnneWillan at Omnivore on Saturday. Sigh.
Who wants candy? I just couldn't resist bringing in these British candies from @Sugar_HQ - it's your duty to the Queen to come eat them!
I live for mysterious inscriptions such a this!
We pause this program to bring you a puppy from next door:
Check out this beautiful 19th c. metal butcher shop sign I just sold! Found in Petaluma, moving to Shasta County.
And the confectionery storefront, my personal obsession.
Another interior shot - French candy heaven.
An original 19th c. fixture in the candy store of my dreams, A La Mere de Famille, Paris.
What could be more satisfying while in France than making your own smoked duck salad? (Eating it).
...or a meringue? So hard to decide!
Rotisserie chicken, anyone?
St. Nectaire, anyone?
A perfect day for a museum (Toulouse-Lautrec Museum, Albi):
A fabulous restaurant sign I spotted in Albi, France:
Last day in Paris, so we had to try the winner of Best Baguette 2012. Could there be anything more French? (I guess Best Escargots).
is never too much of a good thing.
Too much of a good thing...
Mushroom course, Agape Substance. Woods of France were never so enticing.
The fish course at Agape Substance, Paris, lunchtime.
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