Monday, May 26, 2014

Dejeuner a Paris



Lunch in Paris


How can a simple sandwich be so divine?
All it takes is fresh bread and an assortment of the finest ingredients.


Remembering those who served
on this Memorial Day.


75002, Paris

11 comments:

William Kendall said...

It looks delicious!

Randy said...

They do like tasty.

Alain said...

Sandwiches à la roquette ? C'est original.

Joe said...

This is my kind of lunch Genie. Fresh, tasty and mobile.

Jane and Lance Hattatt said...

Hello Genie,

Back from some days away in Rotterdam and what a delicious return! This looks to be the most perfect lunch to go......French bread is always a must for us.

And, even the sandwiches are chic in France....!

Revrunner said...

Definitely a "green" sandwich. :-)

Jeanie said...

I'm prepping up picnic sandwiches today -- they won't look nearly so divine as that!

c'est Jeff ici said...

Isn't it wonderful how good the food in Paris can be? And almost universally so! When we lived on rue des Ursins we frequently bought lunch (take out) at Huré, a bakery on rue d"Arcol. We could sit in our dining room with the window open and watch the Bateau Mouches on the Seine and hear the street music from Pont d'Arcol. On aurait dit un rêve!

RedPat said...

I just decided that it is time for lunch!

Jane Jazz said...

Mmmm, rocket! This makes me even more frustrated than usual that I have become wheat intolerant: the small slices of gluten-free cardboard that pass for 'bread' need toasting to be even semi-edible, and even freshly-picked rocket wouldn't improve them :o(

Jack said...

You are clever, Genie. I would probably have walked past without seeing a photo op in the stack of sandwiches.