Bread Baking Class at La Cuisine Paris

After a wonderful evening at the Orsay Museum the first night we arrived in Paris, we woke up feeling, well, hungry!  We headed out to breakfast at Angelina's, not the cheapest breakfast in town, but a treat nonetheless.  We didn't want to wander too far as we were headed up the street along the Seine to the beautiful La Cuisine Paris cooking school so that we could learn to make … [Read more...]

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