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Raspberry Tarte - Bread and Roses Bakery, Paris
My son and my granddarling walking ahead of me on a street in Paris...they are beautiful to me.
"You must have been a beautiful baby,
'Cause, baby, look at you now!" ~ Johnny Mercer
Posted by Brenda on September 1, 2008 5:15 PM
Brenda, I think I would have saved that raspberry tart picture for hungry ;D!
I have to remember to jot down Bread and Roses' address from you.
You will love Bread and Roses...it's a block from the rue Guynemer entrance to the Luxembourg Jardin. If you walk to rue Fleures from your rental, then follow that street to the bakery, you'll be in for such a treat...amazingly good food. Not cheap, but it is delicious!
The Mushroom Quiche, the desserts, the Corinthe Pain au Cereales, the raspberry and lemon tartes...OMG!
Spend 5 minutes of your life looking at the photos in the website sections on pastries, bakery and restaurant.
Let me know if you need more information...dee-licious!
September 2, 2008 4:19 AM
September 2, 2008 04:19
Very cool photos! I love the first one for the color and the second one for the sentimental reasons.
Awwww, thanks, Susan!
I just emailed the page to my son. I told him over the phone tonight that he and the granddarling were my choice for a powerful representation of the word beautiful!
That's how I feel about my children and grandchildren...they are truly beautiful to me...
Thanks for posting,
September 2, 2008 9:46 PM
September 2, 2008 21:46
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