Thursday, October 6, 2022

GREGG WENT TO THE STORE AND BROUGHT BACK....

a few baguettes.

No, not really, but he did give me this photo he found online.

Have a great day everyone, and thanks for stopping by.



42 comments:

  1. Yum. I hope you both have a great day too.

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  2. Love hard bread as they are. The scent is incredible after some chewing. This is a great photo too.

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    1. I remember making bread with the old cake of yeast and oh my, those were incredible too :)

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  3. I love bread! wonder if these are sold from the truck, or it is just for delivery...

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    1. I do too :) Not sure if they sell out of the truck Ginny, I wouldn't be surprised :)

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  4. A delivery van. We used to have baker come to our farm house with bread to purchase back in the day. O f course we haven't lived on the farm to many a year now.

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    1. That's a wonderful memory Margaret :) Thanks for sharing that.

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  5. Haha … that's an awful lot of beautifully stacked baguettes to deal with. There's something simultaneously unsettling and appealing about this photo. :)

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    1. It sure is but so pretty :) I know what you mean but I would love to have some of those fresh from the actual mom and pop bakery on the corner, like I used to as a child, when they were still warm and butter would just melt into them.

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  6. That's a lot of bread. It reminds me of the Hallmark movie I watched last night. The male lead was a baker and he could only make good bread if he was in love...lol

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    1. Thanks for the heads-up on the movie Ann, I will have to check that out. It will probably be repeated soon :)

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  7. LOL, that's a lot of baguettes. Take care, enjoy your day!

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    1. A whole lot for sure :) Thank you Eileen, I wish you the same.

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  8. Pão com excelente e apetitoso aspecto.
    Gostei desta fotografia.
    Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.

    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    Livros-Autografados

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    1. Muito obrigado :) Fico feliz que tenha gostado. Um abraço e continuação de boa semana.

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  9. Rofl. I must say I love bread as much as he does!! Got butter?

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  10. Tha's a fabulous photo! I'll have to share it with Rick.

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    1. Thank you for sharing it with Rick Jeanie :)

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    1. Dziękuję Ci bardzo. Chciałbym również życzyć miłego dnia i weekendu.

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  12. Love the photo, Denise.

    Happy Thursday!

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    1. Thank you Veronica, so glad and a Happy Thursday to you also :)

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  13. Ha ha! We are bread-lovers but that would definitely be too much for two people.

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    1. We are bread lovers also Sallie :) and yes it would, LOL!

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    1. Thank you Sandi, happy it gave you a chuckle :)

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  15. Great photo Gregg found, Denise! Wouldn't it be great if this man or woman delivered?

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    1. Thanks Martha Ellen and oh yes it would, but then I would be in a lot of trouble. I absolutely love bread :)

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  16. That is a fun delivery truck!!

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  17. I thought I had died and gone to heaven! Actually, when I was growing up there was a period when my father worked for amaroso rolls and got up like five in the morning to deliver bread. I went with him on occasion and bread can be very very heavy indeed!

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    1. I would too if I could get into that truck, lol! Lovely memories of your father at amaroso rolls and going with him. I know they make early starts on the day these amazing bread makers.

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  18. What a charming photo. When the girls visited Paris, they said they had the best breads and cheeses and croissants there. I think I can eat bread alone for a meal. And warm with a little butter, even better. ; )

    ~Sheri

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    1. Agree Sheri :) You and I think alike. And lashings of butter, oh yum! I can relate to your girls when they visited to Paris, and I remember going to a bakery in Normandy many years ago, it was quite the experience. A fabulous one :) I can also remember as a little girl going on picnics with my family. We would cross over to Cornwall, and there was a bakery immediately as we drove off the ferry. The rolls were freshly made, as was their freshly churned butter, and oh my goodness, well I'd better stop here, LOL!

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  19. I remember a neighbor from Germany telling us that French bread in Illinois was terrible. We thought she was just being particular... until we went to Paris and discovered what she was talking about.

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    1. Hi Kay, I remember the bread we used to get from our local bakery as a child, warm from the oven. It gets better with the memory of it, butter too! I loved eating the bread in Germany and France, absolutely outstanding in taste. Now with places like our local supermarkets, there are certain breads I buy that are excellent. One of the many things that Gregg and I agree on, is that we are very picky with our bread :)

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