See! Not to bad. I'm not sure what I was scared of, because he was fabulous. Check out these hamburgers (steak hache). He ground it right in front of us. Jaylee was very impressed.I do believe that is the freshest meat I have ever seen. I do not miss that strange brown color inside the meat from Target or Kroger.
Next stop Eggs.
Do you see that price? That is for 6 and that is in Euros. That is $3.33 for 6 eggs. I have to stop doing that conversion thing, it will drive me crazy.
Now for the cheese. Close your eyes mom.
Jaylee took the picture for me, but you get the idea. Incredible. Here is what we ended up with. The butter is homemade with sea salt. They shape them in molds with imprints of animals, ours had a cow. We also got some great yogurts and fromage blanc. Yum.
Tonight I made steamed artichokes, salmon and pasta. This is a proud moment for my mother. I not only like salmon, but I can also prepare it these days. That bowl in the background was my Grandmother's. It has lived in Cotulla, TX and now Paris, France.I couldn't leave out my Italian Man. This is Salami Milano with Fontina. Best snack around. Jaylee and Aidan are hooked.Flower of the week, Freesia. I put it by my bed and it makes the whole room smell amazing. Not to mention, you can't be in a bad mood if you wake up next to flowers.Also, you can't help but smile when you see this little guy. That bread was meant for a picnic tomorrow that he will not be attending, due to his measles.Lastly, I got this little door stop. In Paris you do not have air conditioning. You open up all the windows and the cross ventilation is natural A/C. However, the wind can be very strong slamming doors that just might take off one of my kids fingers. I got the escargot, because the districts of Paris are laid out in the shape of an escargots shell.
Shocking I do have some knowledge of Paris. Thank you Rick Steve's.