Our Paris Kitchen

Posted on March 20, 2013. Filed under: Food Made Simple, Travel | Tags: , , , , |

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Here is Bill in our Paris kitchen when we went and rented an apartment for our stay.  What a good idea!  We were able to enjoy a bedroom, living room, bathroom, and kitchen for about the same price as a hotel.  This afforded us amazing eating opportunities!  The only downside was the owner of the apartment is a packrat and every surface in the kitchen was covered with doo-dads.  We had to rearrange everything just to get a surface to work on!  In spite of this we are still patting ourselves on the back for choosing this place for our accommodation.

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Check out those amazing chickens in the window with their feathers, feet, etc. still attached so you can tell what kind it is.  I think they were running around that morning!  The man on the right is getting us our chicken for dinner.  Before he bagged it up for us he took the whole thing and dipped it in the juice in the bottom of that roaster.  Oh my!  These chicken roasters were all over the place in our neighborhood.

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Because we had a kitchen we could gather up our dinner as we went out and about and bring it home to enjoy at our leisure.  We also saved a lot of money on wine this way.  The manager of the apartment building told us we were smart, buying our wine in the grocery store, that’s the best place she said!  We stuck to French wines for €15 or less and they were all amazing!

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