That and the fact that the price of the baguette is reglemented, making it very affordable.
Then we made our ultimate version: Now the pendulum has swung back the other way. Reading your posts is delightful preparation for finally making it to Paris later this year, or next!
We bought some beautiful Brittany butter to bring home during our visit to Paris. References From Karen's Kitchen and Yours: I cannot begin to tell you how many years I have tried to reproduce it, finally accepting a couple of invariables here: Also, their almond croissant is to die for, I can say it is better than any you can get in Paris and I hate to say that!
The more bread you put in the bread box, the higher the humidity level, so don't overfill the box. I had to smile when you described the French tendency to butter their tartine in the morning.
Right now, my fav is a rich brioche from Sullivan Street Bakery.
I now live in Minneapolis and believe it or not, have multiple options for good baguette. It was the same for the camping holidays in Scotland, there the highlight of the day were the Morning Rolls, sadly not so easily bought these days as lots of local bakeries have closed down. A man after my own heart!
Long-Lasting Produce 7 popular choices. Taking my daugher to Paris for time out from three-under-4 year olds next week, you have us salivating in anticipation.
Voting for March 2019 Dish of the Month. Before living in Paris, I never ate butter.
This side of the country is always knee-deep in olive oil. Sue McKenney.