From Amy Thomas, author of Paris, My Sweet. A love affair with Paris, New York, sweets and, now, a little girl named Parker.
HiI have been reading your blog for a little while but not commented much. I just wanted to pop by and say that I have just returned from a VERY sunny Paris for a 4 day weekend break, and the recommendation of the Cornet Vegetarian from Le Marche Les Enfant Rouge was TO DIE FOR. I am desperate to recreate it now!. We told the very smiley/dancey stall holder that he was infamous in blogland! The queue seemed to be full of foreign people ordering Cornet's!!!! Clarex
Due to circumstances beyond my control, I made it a Vegan Tuesday here :)So far, salad with lettuce, tomato and very ripe avocado with a dash of olive oil and salt.Dinner will be Pasta with Broccoli.
Ack!! Another cold ? Poor baby, you are having to re-build your NY cold germ antibodies.. the French ones are gone now I guess :(I find that Chinese soup with tons of ginger in it helps beat colds. (Argentine colds )
This winter's bad sickness bugs are lasting FOREVER. I've had what I unaffectionately call "The Plague" for 10 weeks now. I think I'm better one day and it slams me down again the next.I hope yours is just a minor one.
Merci, mes amis. While I'm feeling much better, I do have to wonder if and how this is connected to moving from Paris. Like, when one half of an old couple passes away and the other then dies of a broken heart... Are my soul and heart heavy without Paris and rebelling against NYC?? Amy, I hope le plague passes quickly. I totally know what you're going through.Candice, bravo on the (yummy) Vegan Tuesday!Clare, I am so happy that you went to see Alain and that you loved the cornet, too! Isn't it just the oddest, healthiest, most delicious thing on the planet??