Sunday, August 5, 2018

Give us this our daily bread..



'Good bread is the most fundamentally satisfying of all foods,
and good bread with fresh butter,
the greatest of feasts'..

Well it is Sunday! No, I'm not going all religious on you but there is something quite divine about the smell of freshly baked bread 😉 Aimee and I went to the Boatshed Marketplace in Cottesloe yesterday for the first time.. so many temptations! Aimee came away with a bagful of treats which, unable to commit to a full size :) included a mini Japanese squid ink baguette, above.. must remember to ask her how that was. Hope you have a wonderful Sunday, take care and stay safe..

22 comments:

  1. Very tempting. Looks quite like some of the offerings here in Kalamazoo.
    Hope you're having a great week end.

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  2. Now you are REALLY making life in wonderful Perth look IRRESISTIBLE

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  3. I can never resist the smell of freshly baked bread.

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  4. Oh my, so many decisions and so little time not to try as many as one can carry!

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  5. On Sundays we usually (always) have a nice freshly baked baguette. There is nothing like it!

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  6. Fresh bread and a glass of good wine! Yum!

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  7. Isn't a good baguette such a delicious thing, but I am not sure about black baguettes, without even thinking about squid ink.

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  8. I know exactly what you mean about the smell of freshly baked bread. There is nothing like it. It will lure just about anyone into the nearest bakery. Top it with a slab of butter and it's pure heaven.

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  9. yum, I miss bread, I'm a bit gluten intolerant so I don't have it anymore.

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  10. I can see many temptations here. I'm not sure squid ink is among them, though I've eaten squid and shouldn't stop there.

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  11. Mhhh i understand that. I remember the smell of the bakery, in a small village of provence, at four in the morning, when the baker was baking his bread and it was a wonderful moment...

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  12. The bread is so different to see there to our Boulangeries here. Of course, most of the shelves are taken up the baguettes, pain, croissants and pain au chocolat! The smell of fresh bread though remains the same, yum yum. Hope all is well. Cheers, Diane

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  13. Hummm pães deliciosos e com bom aspecto.
    Um abraço e bom Domingo apesar das temperaturas escaldantes.

    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    Livros-Autografados

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  14. And so many variants . Every country has its own specialities. Who ever thought that out.

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  15. Oh, Grace, I just got up and I am so hungry! No fresh bread in the house so I know where I am going soon!! Such great variety in your photo!

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  16. Squid ink bread, never seen that one. I also love the smell of fresh bread but avoid eating bread :(

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  17. Squid ink bread? Now that could kill my carb addiction!

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  18. May I invite you please, Grace, to try German bread(s)? ;-)

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