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25 October 2007

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Colette

Baptiste is so young! He must have a real passion for it to get up at 4 a.m. every day. Bless the bakers!

JanePoe (aka Deborah)

Wonderful photos - what a fun experience for all! What a treat to see behind the scenes at the boulangerie. ~JP/deb

rochambeau

The photo's of Brenda, Doug,Le Grenier au Pain and the patisserie and bread make me very VERY happy. Now I will check out Brenda's blog. Have a wonderful day Ms. Tara.
How's your belly dancing costume coming along?

ps Brenda is a pretty woman.

marita

this boulangerie tour must have been worth while, gazing at all these french baked goodies and baskets of fresh baguettes!! i can understand why it is your favorite paris parfait bakery!

eb

YUMMY!!!!!!!!!!

xox - eb.

Becca

These loaves are works of art! My mouth was watering:)

Yoli

Oh my God woman hand me a loaf!

AscenderRisesAbove

nicely done photo trip through the bakery; how kind of them to allow you a tour...
I had to see who Baptiste was.... whom cherie was fainting over... I get it now!! ;-)

Merisi's Vienna

So interesting to find a loaf of bread that looks suspiciously like one the Italians use to make tiny finger sandwiches, the one in the third picture. They slice it horizontally into thin slices, put a filling between two, top it with a third slice, which then gets filled maybe with a differnt filling, cover it with another slice, then a new slice, which then again gets filled, and so forth. And the end, they devide this tower of round sandwiches vertically into small triangels. This whole concoction makes for a very nice presentation of finger sandwiches.

Merisi's Vienna

So interesting to find a loaf of bread that looks suspiciously like one the Italians use to make tiny finger sandwiches, the one in the third picture. They slice it horizontally into thin slices, put a filling between two, top it with a third slice, which then gets filled maybe with a differnt filling, cover it with another slice, then a new slice, which then again gets filled, and so forth. And the end, they slice this tower of round sandwiches vertically, like little cake slices. This whole concoction makes for a very nice presentation of finger sandwiches.

then divide them again vertically.

Catherine

Just one word: Yum!

le petit cabinet de curiosites

MIAM MIAM . I wish I could be here

Marie-Noëlle

What shop do you go to, Tara?
I happened to step into the shop in 13e - several times... a nice atmosphere there ...

marja

Oh how nice to get some visitors and a tour on top. I love the French bread very much. My favourite is croissaints. Although these French sticks are very nice as well.

Gillian

Yum. Double yum. This is what Paris is all about, isn't it? Freshly baked baguettes. I can smell them now.
Great tour, way to go Tara! Opportunity knocks, you open the door! Always.
xo
Gillian

RD

I am positively salivating over those loaves of bread. And those baguettes! I think it's utterly unfair that the French have this bread thing over on us! Why can't all the bread we make be French?!

Pam Aries

Bread. I LOVE BREAD! My tongues is hanging to the floor! Yum yum. Isn't it nice to meet fellow blog people! ha !

laura

Wow, cherie, you ARE busy with visitors! Can't wait to add to your visitors' list soon---we need to pin down day, hour, location, n'est-ce pas?
Xoxo,
L

Cre8Tiva

a pain o chocolat...yum...love this place...blessings, rebecca

Vida

Heaven, I must race down to our lovely local french cake shop www.cacao.com.au right this minute!!! Vida x

maia

Oh good grief, my mouth is watering. Bread might be the thing I miss most from France.

Cherie

Oh I can smell that bread!!! It looks lovely...speaking of lovely, thanks for snapping a photo of Baptiste...he looks about 12 but I'm sure he's much, much older!! ;)
Enjoy your visitors... OMG..Baptiste has read your blog and signed a post!!! I may faint!!! Now to go translate my English to French!!! LOL!! (oh, what a sweet message!!).

Di Overton

I am so envious. Tell Brenda I love her studio (makes mine look a bit sad) and all that gorgeous French bread makes my mouth water.
By the way I have just finished watching Alan Johnston tell his story on BBC Panorama. Amazing!

Baptiste

Bonjour! Je vois que vous etes une cliante habituelle du grenier a pain. Très fier et très heureux de vous avoir fait découvrir la boulangerie. Baptiste

Becky

Oh my goodness, I'm so hungry now! Thanks for sharing! I'm off to find some bread--though whatever is in my cupboard will be no match for the loaves at your boulangerie! Yum!
Becky

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