Day 4 and 5 of the 2nd Annual Culinary Tour in Paris

Marché Raspail Pomegranates  At the market
Fish on rue Martyrs Paris Local market
 French Breakfast rasidh photo copy 17 Homemade madeleines and figs with honey
Cheese and figs and honey  Apricots Radish tartines
 Baguette stop Endive salad  Evening stroll

We are officially midway through our tour and today was a free day for our guests to check out museums, wander the cobblestoned streets, window-shop and people-watch while enjoying a drink on one of the many terrasses of Paris.

Here are a few of the visual highlights of the last couple of days.

We have enjoyed perusing the markets and gathering ingredients and cooked a communal dinner last night at the apartment. Duck breasts with orange sauce, gratin dauphinoise and the most tender haricot vert beans. A salad of red endive with Roquefort cheese and a grainy mustard vinaigrette. Dessert was a chocolate tart that we picked up on Rue Lepic served with some fresh strawberries that we macerated in a red wine caramel sauce. Lots of good conversation and laughter was enjoyed around the table.

Tomorrow we are off to explore the sweet side of Paris. The divine caramels at Jacques Genin and a visit to one of the oldest candy stores in Paris, La Mere de la Famille will be followed by a lunch at one of our favourite bistros in the Marais. Stay tuned…

xo J

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7 Responses to Day 4 and 5 of the 2nd Annual Culinary Tour in Paris

  1. Glen winter says:

    Looks beautiful, decadent and delicious ! Your guests are so lucky to have you hosting them.
    Congratulations on an amazing job as usual…
    Xoxo

  2. Melissa says:

    The melons, oh the melons!! Looks like an amazing food adventure. I will be referring back to this should I have the chance to visit Paris again :)

  3. Hi Melissa, I think of you every time I go to the markets here. The beautiful photos you could take!

  4. Lisa Marr says:

    Luscious!!!!!

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