Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Paris in July pt2

Paris in July
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Paris in July is a French themed blogging experience running from the 1st – 31st July this year.
The aim of the month is to celebrate our French experiences through actual visits, or through reading, watching, listening, observing, cooking and eating all things French!


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Adding more things to my original July plans on this post.

July In Paris part 1 (here)

READ:

Miss Don't Touch Me, Vol. 1
(Miss Pas Touche #1-2)
by Hubert
illustrated by Kerascoët
translated by Joe Johnson
-Graphic Novel, Historical, France, Paris
Amazon | Goodreads | my review | my rating: 5

Miss Don't Touch Me, Vol. 2
(Miss Pas Touche #3-4)
by Hubert
illustrated by Kerascoët
-Graphic Novel, Historical, France, Paris
Amazon | Goodreads | my review | my rating: 5

Cruising Through The Louvre
by David Prudhomme
-Graphic Novel, Art, France, Paris
Amazon | Goodreads | my review | my rating: 4


VISIT:

Bastille Day
at Justin Hermann Plaza
July 14, 2018 (details)


EAT:

Valrhona Chocolate
Lait Carmelia
Perles craquantes - crunchy pearls
36% cacao

Valrhona has been producing the world’s finest chocolate in the small village of Tain L’Hermitage, France since 1922. From the beginning, company founder and Pastry Chef Albéric Guironnet was dedicated to the creation of unique, artisan quality chocolate with complex, balanced and consistent flavors. This mission of excellence continues as the gastronomic traditions of the renowned Rhone Valley find expression in every mouthwatering taste of Valrhona’s superb chocolate. For almost a century, Valrhona has created a range of unique and recognizable aromatic profiles by perfecting techniques for enhancing the flavor of rare cocoa beans, grown on land masterfully selected for its terroir. Today, leading Pastry Chefs and discerning gourmets rely on Valrhona’s expertise to experience the best that chocolate can be. (per website)


COLOR:

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*source: free coloring page (here)

1 comment:

  1. Those are lovely plans for reading and coloring. The graphic novel has me curious.

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