Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Le beurre français


J'adore!

16 comments:

365 Dresses said...

Oui! But with the sea salt, please!

martinealison said...

Comment résister à une tartine maintenant ?!...
Gros bisous

Pierre BOYER said...

You've to try the "Beurre demi-sel"...
Best regards,

Pierre

Cezar and Léia said...

Moi aussi...j'adore ça!
Léia

French Girl in Seattle said...

Great shot, V. I agree with Pierre: Beurre demi-sel it is, pour moi! :-) Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)

Herm said...

Wow! Fresh soft churned butter brings back memories of growing up on an Illinois farm in the depression. That was before margarine was invented. The chore of making butter with a hand-cranked churn was not fun, but the taste was so good

Sketchbook Wandering said...

Moi aussi! You captured the pleasure, visual & of the memory of smell & taste. I believe Matisse once said something about the senses being everything!

Mary said...

Yes! :D!

altadenahiker said...

Charmant!

Alexa said...

Moi aussi—and your delicious photo too. Miam!

Jeanie said...

Oui! How yum is that!

Anne said...

Do you know, I can still recollect the taste of French butter from when I was a child of 9... I've never tasted anything as delicious since. Love the pic!

Paulita said...

I'm going to have to pay attention to French butter. I should have known there's would be better than the butter at home.

Splenderosa said...

J'adore! X10

Starman said...

Good stuff.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Yum, spread thick...but not too often haha!