Baguette français

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    bon appétit, regarder grand

    This photo dates 5 years, suddenly, yesterday 25 new people looked at it : why?
    It is a joy for me too, to rediscover old photos I took and remember where and when and to whom I spoke at the time.

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    1. TedSher 107 months ago | reply

      The difference between French French bread and American French bread is ours comes in a bag. I think the French know something we refuse to face.

    2. Julie70 107 months ago | reply

      there is also a difference between french bred and french bred from a baker to another, from a baker to the supermarket, perhaps the baker do crispier but a few hours later no more good, the super do it to last more, some bakers do a lot better then the one very nice at my corner, so sometimes I go a street farther

    3. ronet 107 months ago | reply

      But any French bread baked on the premises is better than any other country in the world. One UK supermarket used to import the dough from France but it was never anything like the real thing. That certain 'je ne sais quoi'?

    4. Viche 107 months ago | reply

      Oh dear I want some now!

    5. MiddleEarthMom 107 months ago | reply

      There is no baguette like a French baguette! My mouth is watering!!

    6. bevcraigwhite 107 months ago | reply

      such good memories this photo brings !!! and a lovely shot too !

    7. mischy_eva 107 months ago | reply

      Je voudrai une baguette avec beur et jambon. Merci.
      And that was a bit school french, some words are in there still. :)
      That bread looks so good.

    8. Miss Stella 107 months ago | reply

      bon pain, bon photo!

    9. The Milkman's Daughter [deleted] 107 months ago | reply

      yum, some slathered with sweet cream butter Julie, my mouth is watering and I just had dinner, nice photograph.

    10. Jaxpix50 43 months ago | reply

      mm delicious

    11. Nana Pensec 43 months ago | reply

      In supermarkets in France, and even at the bakery, once you go to buy it, the baguettes are put in bags nowadays, too.

    12. bevcraigwhite 43 months ago | reply

      I am still happy to see this again !!!!!!
      please see my posting of today...thank you
      A remarkable speaker, and his story....Thursday Sept. 1/11

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