I have not been to Paris - but France, yes. Many summers ago, I was fortunate to spend a bit of time in Basque Country - the Spain and France region (and it was the little confection shop in St. Jean de Luz that became future inspiration for our award winning goat milk caramels).
Recently, I had a wonderful diaglogue with an American photographer who spent six months capturing Paris with her lens. Our conversation was around the subject of WHY are Americans (generally) so enamoured with Paris/France?
We discussed the culture of food, the visually pleasing architecture and how it seems Parisian women define style. The NY Daily News writes here - How To Dress, Eat and Entertain Like a Parisian Woman. (In case you're interested - here's the article.)
I bet most women would imagine what's it's like to stroll Paris by night and linger over a glass of Bordeaux at A La Biche au Bois - one of David Lebovitz's favorite Parisian restaurants - and to then to slowly and mindfully enjoy chocolat.
When I started viewing Pamela Jane's prints of her six months in Paris, I knew I wanted to share them with you too. Every one captured what I yearn to see and experience. That's why I am creating a small gallery from her curated collection in my FarmShop with my selection resonating my heart theme: Grow, Cook, Create and Gather.
Here's a little sneak peak of what will be available beginning Thursday, March 3rd and March 10th. For more of Pamela Jane's work see her website here.