The Ispahan from Pierre Hermé is composed of raspberries, lychee, macaron shells. Very tasty. Ate this in the park as joggers looked on with envy
Beef ribs for two (900g) at Robert et Louise
Sadahuru Aoki, Paris
Macarons from Ladurée. Earl grey (wow), pistachio, and yuzu gingembre (wow!)
Love gummies from other countries
Pierre Hardy, Paris. My favorite shoes
Escargot pistache/chocolat from Du Pain et des Idées. Soo good
Cœur de canard aka duck heart
Great statue collection at the Musée Guimet (Musée National des Arts Asiatiques)
Cochon, crispy blood polenta, spicy jam. Favorite dish of this meal, especially the blood polenta! Wooww...
Didn't realize they had such cool shoes in Edo period Japan!
L'Éclair de Génie. Citron yuzu and barlette framboise
Love the Musée d'Orsay and l'Orangerie
Macarons from Pierre Hermé. Very high quality, but not as good as Ladurée. Left is banana and right is mango, grapefruit, yogurt!
La Seine at sunset
Salted caramel from L'Éclair de Génie
A meal of horse exclusively. This is horse charcuterie from Taxi Jaune
Ate this in the Jardin du Luxembourg. Perfect
L'Italien from Eric Kayser
Genmatcha éclair from Sadaharu Aoki
Sphinx in the Louvre
Notre Dame at midnight
From one of my new favorite museums, the Musée de l'Orangerie. Also my favorite depiction of peaches in art so far
Amazing carrot dish with a flavor combo I'd never experienced. Thinly sliced orange/purple carrots, petit lait, and bacon
Le pain des amis from Du Pain et des Idées. Eating soo much bread here. Have to enjoy it because of the very lame bread selection in Seattle
Panna cotta, chocolate mousse, apricot
At the Musée d'Orsay. The Impressionist section of the museum is incredible..
Lamb shoulder at Au Passage
First time eating horse meat. Absolutely incredible. One of the best meat dishes of my life
Musée du Louvre
*Blog ended 8/2018