Travel Tin Tuesday: French Kiss
"Sweet fig tenderly caressed by coconut pulp, exotic cedar, and caramel"
I have been to Paris quite often and at least get there once a year. If I could afford to have a house there I would because I consider it almost my second home. I feel comfortable there and ease and sooooo relaxed. Although we do hit the galleries and museums occasionally now our trips mostly consist of wandering the side streets, sitting in cafe's and watching the world go by.
The Word 'French Kiss' not only conjures up an old 90's movie with Meg Ryan and Kevin Cline but the romance of the city and yes the couples wandering the banks next to the river and Notre Dame stealing a kiss or two or three.
Some of you who frequent my blog know that I adore photography. Well.....Paris is one of my favourite things to shoot. All of these pictures you see below I've taken on trips to Paris.
Not this last trip but the trip before we did a cooking class IN PARIS in someone's home and it was divine. The only reason why I mention this is because for dessert we had figs and it was my first time I had figs. We bought them fresh from the market there and took them to the home we would be cooking. We drizzled honey and nuts over the top after they had been put in the oven for a little while. They looked and smelled GORGEOUS.
When I smell Scenty's French Kiss with its fig, coconut and caramel......I instantly think of this cooking class and the amazing time I had:
I also think of the many memories I've had wandering the streets and the Marais, the cafe stops, the food, the sounds, the little shops. J'adore Paris: