You know it is going to be a great day when you start it covered in croissant crumbs.
Why in the world can no country besides France make perfect croissants and pain au chocolat?
Straight to the hips, but I’m throwing caution to the wind this week! x
In this case “Vous ramassez les miettes” is a good thing! 🙂
ha! I won’t be picking them up for long once I get back to the land of “shadow” (of its former self) bread.
You are totally right that croissants is a great way to start a day…but in the true French fashion you shouldn’t use a plate but eat it directly on the table…it is ok to have crumbs everywhere on the table. (Suzanne)
I think I would be even more flakey sans plate!
I simply have to stop reading your blogs so late in the evening. I feel the threat of approaching ‘munchies’ . . . . . . again!
Oh, the French and their pastries..nothing like it anywhere else in the world.
Aren’t you a flake? 😉 I love croissants but hate the explosion of crumbs!
I didn’t realize until one of my daughters pointed it out, how flaking I am when I eat a croissant. I fear I have been tooling around paris for 3 years covered in croissant crumbs!
C’est vrai sis-tah!
I am dismayed that I discovered your blog so close to the time you are leaving France! Be assured, at least one person will be reading through all your posts. I see you are returning to beautiful Colorado. I’m in Steamboat Springs, a transplant from a big Midwestern city. Steamboat is not Paris, but it is beautiful especially with the sun coming up over the mountain!
Hello. Thank you for the nice comment. Please do read through my posts. There is a lot of good information and a lot of fond memories of this country I love so much.
Stay tuned for phase III of our Paris-Colorado-UK (?) adventure…and thanks again for stopping by.
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