Thursday, 18 February 2010

Le boulanger à l'oeuvre

The baker, his oven and his baguettes...

23 comments:

B SQUARED said...

The smell must be intoxicating.

Jacob said...

We have something they call baguettes here in the supermarkets. They don't come close to the real thing! Lois and I ate baguettes and drank French wine at every meal when we were in Paris. Yummm!

bfarr said...

I can smell the bread baking.

James said...

I like this and it reminds me of a picture that I took last month. I hope I can find it to post.

Clueless in Boston said...

Sounds like the title of a movie. Love french baguettes.

Sharon said...

Ahhh....to be able to smell those fresh baked smells.

Lily Hydrangea said...

I can smell the bread baking...I love bread!

Olivier said...

il ne manque que l'odeur, j'adore cette odeur du pain qui sort du four...hummmm

Malyss said...

Ta photo rend bien la chaleur qui sort du four, et l'atmosphère des boulangeries, seules allumées dans les rues des petits matins sombres d'hiver..

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Right now, I would love to smell the aroma of the fresh baked bread. Mmmmm.

brattcat said...

Oh, and I imagine it's so cozy and warm in there, too.

Catherine said...

Enfin ! Une photo de chaleur dans ma tournée des blogs. Artificielle, mais on aimerait volontiers être à côté du four à entendre craquer le pain.

Halcyon said...

On ne trouve pas de bonnes baguettes ici aux US. Comment tu me donnes envie d'une avec ta photo !

jade said...

Oh, wie lecker - so ein ofenwarmes Baguette hätte ich jetzt auch gerne!!!!

Einen gemütlichen Abend und allerliebste Grüße, herzlichst Jade

Woody said...

You've certainly hit a home run with this one, everyone is warm and hungry, including me! I like the details in the large version. This is obviously an old shop with a neat oven.

Cezar and Léia said...

ohmigod, it's sooo delicious, I can imagine the smell and I'm so hungry now!
Léia

VP said...

Sorry, I made a comment this morning but probably I have misspelled that odious word!
Real bakeries, most here are only retailers, are magic and usually these scenes happen very early in the morning. Hope this was a second or third batch...
Now I'm trying to digit 'fulthed' without errors.

Three Rivers, Michigan said...

A nice "action" shot! The bread looks so warm and crunchy.
Three Rivers Daily Photo

Allan Alexandre said...

Mais tu étais dans le fournie? je connais très bien cette endroit le fournie artisanale; quand j'étais à Paris; le pain chaud.

Paulie said...

Big ovens like they have here for baking puizza! I think that's neat that they allowed you to take photos.

Natural Moments said...

This looks very inviting. I really do enjoy seeing these specialty shops where the owners are true artisans.

Louis la Vache said...

«Louis» loves it!

jeannette stgermain said...

Seeing the baker work makes me hungry (smile).
I love all the ruling people on the left side of your blog!