one of the most beautiful towns on the French Riviera
Villages near to Menton: Gorbio
The bread reminds me of our West Virginia Mountain Bread called "Pan Bread" as it is baked in a skillet in the oven and is meant to last all day. Tear off what you want from a community loaf of pan bread. Butter in a bowl freshly churned from the cow out back.LOL
what a sweet and kind look on his face. i would buy bread from him, wish him a good day, head to a cheese shop, head to a wine shop, find a nice scenic place and enjoy.
I am having my cereals for breakfast, how I wish it was a slice of this wonderful bread!!!
Oh the wine, cheese bread scenario sounds wonderful. I too like his gentle smile and that bread.....oh my goodness!!
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He must get great satisfaction from providing good food, well made.
He looks like a very gentle man...And, the bread...OMG! It looks sooooo good.
Nothing better than fresh bread. With butter. And jam!
I've recently seen a painting by Monet, of Menton, from a distance, in an exhibition in Sydney. Some outstanding works were a treat and were mostly on loan from Boston.
What a delicious looking pile of bread! I imagine he is sought out by many.Abraham - I'll be right over!
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I wish we had smellivision. Sumptious.
Oh, NUM! I wish I could buy it right now since I just rolled out of bed and am thinking about breakfast. I'm inspired. Shower first and then the bakery. Delicious photo!
Those bread looked good. Are they soft and crispy?
un boulanger qui a une tête avenante et des boules de pain qui doivent faire fureur avec de la confiture pour le gouter
Oh my, what glorious looking bread.
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