This month, my kitchen is in Paris. It has been a fantastic experience exploring all the culinary delights of this food obsessed nation, whilst staying in our rental apartment in Le Marais.
Apologies that I am writing this from iPhone therefore can’t quite work out the usual text then photo format for this post!
In my kitchen … are some beautiful tomatoes full of flavour. I don’t understand why we can’t have tomatoes like this in Australia. It is so unfair.
In my kitchen … some totally divine local Parisienne strawberries. It is not an exaggeration to say I have never tasted strawberries like it.
In my kitchen … Is some French sea salt. Looking forward to bringing a kilo of this home with me.
In my kitchen …is a tin of Mariage Feres tea – very expensive even in France, apparently this is tea without equal. The best you can get.
In my kitchen … Is some Comte cheese slices to have with baguette or the most incredible (non gluten-free) sourdough from our local bakeries. Poilane and Du Pain des et Idees (both famous in Paris) are close by.
In my kitchen is some butter that I got from the local fromagerie. Why can’t we get butter like this at home?
In my kitchen … I have the obligatory French minerale water and vin rouge. When dining out the wine is actually more expensive than the Perrier!
Lastly in my kitchen … I have from Greek total yogurt. If you follow my blog, you will know I am obsessed with this stuff – so had to buy a few tubs when I saw it in my local deli – even if I am in France !!!!
So that’s it for this month. Head over to Fig and Lime Cordial to check out what is happening in other blogger kitchens this month. Au revoir!