janvier 30, 2003
janvier 27, 2003
Sometimes you have to...
miladus enjoying a glass of Jurançon.
Poulet de Bresse
Roasted poulet de Bresse.
janvier 22, 2003
Roy du Pain
The only bread worthy of Mme Charles' charcuterie is that from the justly famous Poujauran on the rue Jean Nicot. Here you can see his Christmas decorations, especially the giant bread basket on top of his antique delivery truck. We particularly like his petit pain aux échalotes confites and the flûte pavot sésame.
Roy Du Boudin
Mr. and Mme Charles have won all the European prizes for all sorts of pork charcuterie, especially their boudin blanc and boudin noir. You can see that they are pork fans: there are rows of little ceramic piggies all over the Saint Dominique boutique. You may drool over the pâté en croûte among other tempting delicacies.
View from the plane just before landing in Toronto taken by Babette.
Photo prise par Lydia du bateau en quittant belle-île l'été dernier à
janvier 21, 2003
Miladus en nerd
Frozen Luxembourg Fountain
Maurice en cravate
Lydia can never get Maurice into suit and tie, so the event was worthy of commemoration.
janvier 13, 2003
First Bus Ride
Anna & Mark's first bus ride in Paris.
janvier 11, 2003
Babette waiting for the 87 bus.
Lydia happy to find her glasses.
Snow in Paris
It started snowing around 10:00 a.m. in the morning.
Champ de Mars covered with snow in the afternoon.
Babette enjoying the cold weather.
The Champ de Mars Cedar of Lebanon under the snow.
Our bus stop on the Champ de Mars (42.69 and 87).
Fence and balcony of an hôtel particulier on the Champ de Mars.
Milad loaded down with cheese from Marie-Anne Cantin, the best cheesemonger in Paris.
janvier 09, 2003
Babette & Anna
Galette des Rois
Phil got the fève.