Tuesday, April 17, 2012

wordless wednesday: croque monsieur in paris





What's your favorite food-city combination?

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But wash your hands afterwards, a'ight?

Thanks for stopping by. Happy WW!










29 Comments:

At 4/18/12, 3:39 AM , Blogger Hilary said...

I just washed my hands, so I am good...

Great picture! what is it? I love your nail color!

Food combo - I like anything spicy - doesn't matter what... the spicier the better. And, I love fruit in my salad....

 
At 4/18/12, 8:04 AM , Anonymous Susi said...

Oh, we love Croque Monsieur and Croque Madames here. I make it for the hubby on the weekends. So, so good. Of course, in Paris it's gotta be out of this world!!! Yum.

 
At 4/18/12, 10:29 AM , Blogger Megan@MondayMorningMusings said...

Food-CITY combo, Hilary :) As in where would you eat that spicy salad?

 
At 4/18/12, 10:31 AM , Blogger Megan@MondayMorningMusings said...

Oh, weekend treat... I like that. You must have some pretty interesting food-city combos Susi, no? I think I read somewhere that you are originally from Germany (unless I am confusing you with someone else, in which case I apologize).

 
At 4/18/12, 1:11 PM , Anonymous Robin said...

I love croques in France and Belgium, but whenever I tried them anywhere else in the world they just would disappoint me - different cheese, different ham, different everything it seemed. But the patisseries and confiseries in France were always my favourites.

 
At 4/18/12, 1:35 PM , Blogger Megan@MondayMorningMusings said...

Hiyya Robin, thanks for the visit :)

Right? Never tastes the same elsewhere. Heck, their bread alone makes me weak in the knees! And I'm totally with you about the patisseries, macaroons... yumm! Which one is your favorite?

 
At 4/18/12, 3:28 PM , Blogger Megan@MondayMorningMusings said...

Those are my sister's hands. In a cafe in Paris. I was having the "escalope" (you can only see my lemon)(and wine). To say that they are ham and cheese sandwiches is so, so wrong, because they are divine... but that's pretty much what they are.

 
At 4/18/12, 3:38 PM , Anonymous Heather said...

It's not really a food, but I would kill for a sangria in any city in Spain.

 
At 4/18/12, 5:01 PM , Blogger Megan@MondayMorningMusings said...

I'll come with ya. But I don't think we have to go that far. I seem to remember you making a mean sangria.

 
At 4/18/12, 6:25 PM , Blogger Hilary said...

Oops... can you tell I was still half asleep when I commented this am? I totally missed the city part, although, even now I still don't have a good answer :( Ham and cheese is always good, but I can only imagine with a french twist... and your wine is always good :-)

 
At 4/18/12, 6:31 PM , Blogger Colleen said...

Raclette in Chamonix~ is my choice.
Can I add another one? :)

 
At 4/18/12, 8:17 PM , Blogger Megan@MondayMorningMusings said...

Good one! Yes, play again :)

 
At 4/18/12, 8:24 PM , Blogger Megan@MondayMorningMusings said...

I just pinned that off your blog. What a coincidence huh?

 
At 4/18/12, 11:05 PM , Blogger MissMOE said...

Oh, I would love to have a croque monsieur in Paris! Chicago dogs are pretty awesome, too!

 
At 4/18/12, 11:09 PM , Blogger Megan@MondayMorningMusings said...

Hiyya MissMOE, welcome :) Or a Chicago deep dish pizza...

 
At 4/19/12, 6:12 AM , Blogger Shobha said...

Yummy food with lovely music !

 
At 4/19/12, 7:42 AM , Blogger Megan@MondayMorningMusings said...

Shobha :) Just learned how to embed music, and it's making me come back to my blog, shall we say, more often... Thanks for the visit.

 
At 4/19/12, 8:02 AM , Anonymous Pearlsa said...

I will say Raclette & Fondue in Geneva, Macarons in Paris for dessert.

 
At 4/19/12, 8:17 AM , Blogger Megan@MondayMorningMusings said...

That just gave me goosebumps... Good one!!!

 
At 4/19/12, 9:34 AM , Anonymous Stacey @ RealWorldMom (Linky) said...

That looks absolutely delicious! I think it's time for lunch! :)

 
At 4/19/12, 10:12 AM , Blogger McGuffy Ann said...

Gotta' have Chicago pizza!! or a Chicago Hot Dog!!
But I love Michigan (U.P.) Pasties!!

 
At 4/19/12, 10:35 AM , Blogger Megan@MondayMorningMusings said...

Absolutely! Thanks for the visit :)

 
At 4/19/12, 10:38 AM , Blogger Megan@MondayMorningMusings said...

They're a must. Thanks for concurring :)
Had to Google pasties. Never had them but they sound delicious! ::adding to bucket list::

 
At 4/19/12, 1:59 PM , Blogger Clairejustine said...

Wow lovely meal :) Thanks for your comment on my blog and the following,now following back :)

 
At 4/19/12, 5:49 PM , Blogger Megan@MondayMorningMusings said...

Thank you. And likewise :)

 
At 4/20/12, 5:03 AM , Blogger Jake said...

That would definitely be an Irish or full English breakfast in Ireland or England!!

 
At 4/20/12, 5:04 AM , Blogger Jake said...

Thanks for dropping by and following me, I'll be following you!

 
At 4/20/12, 8:47 AM , Blogger Megan@MondayMorningMusings said...

Good call, Jake. "Full" being the operative word, right?
Thanks for the visit and the follow :)

 
At 4/20/12, 8:47 AM , Blogger Megan@MondayMorningMusings said...

I've been enjoying your blog http://junkboattravels.blogspot.com/. Guilty as charged :)

 

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