Friday Food Foto – Parisian Pet Dej

Paris Petit Dej

I had so many wonderful meals in Paris.  Truly not one bad bite.  One of the biggest pleasures was a simple breakfast (petit dej) at Le Pain Quotidien at a communal table.  Coffee, juice, bread jam and a 3-minute egg.  Nothing better.

Now, onto More Tasty Tidbits:

From Framed Cooks: Candied bacon and Ricotta dumplings and Fish and chips and Bacon s’mores

From Noble Pig: Maple bacon waffle bread pudding

From Love & Lemons: Mango Salsa Waffle

From Stasty: Ginger and chicken gyoza

From Smitten Kitchen: Rhubarb cream cheese pies

From With Style & Grace: Sesame ginger noodles with chicken veggies

From Tean and Cookies: Shakshuka

From David Lebovitz: Artichoke freekeh risotto

From Annie’s Eats: Strawberry balsamic cupcakes

From How Sweet It Is: Buttered popcorn brownies

How about you? What have you been eating lately?

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Comments

  1. French breakfasts has to be one of the best! I have very fond memories of bread and home made jam at my family friend’s house in Brittany . The smell of the bakeries as well are to die-for too!

  2. Glad you had a great time! Loved your Instagram pics and that view was amazing. I think I know where I am going to stay while in Paris now. What arrondissement was your hotel (The Westin was it?) in?
    I have been eating without hesitation lately as it was my birthday yesterday and more to come on Saturday.
    Last night I ate at a local French bistro, a favourite of mine, called Bouchons. A delicious pate with figs, moules Bombay and baguette for dipping was a delicious birthday treat.

    Murissa

  3. Andi Fisher says:

    @Murissa, it is on the Rue de Rivoli and unless you have Starwood points (like I used) it is WAY too expensive! It is in the 1st and very conveniently located. We try to stay in places that we have easy access to the metro, which is the case here, and the Seine of course always calls to us! I ate, and ate and ate – but we did so much walking I didn’t really care!

  4. Andi Fisher says:

    @Naomi, ahhhh bread and butter from Brittany….the best!

  5. I wish I could go to Paris one day, I loved all your pics and food, it makes me want to go now

  6. One of my favorite breakfasts of my childhood (and still today) is crêpes (my personal favorite is cottage cheese, real maple syrup and fresh fruit). My dad use to make them for us once a month and it was such a delicious treat! When I do a big trip to Europe I’m really looking forward to discovering amazing food.

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