Thursday, May 7, 2009

Lethally Delicious is on Vacation

Lethally Delicious is closing the kitchen and taking a little R&R in our favorite city.

We'll be walking by the Seine, making picnics and eating a ridiculous amount of pastry, chocolate and bread. I'll take you all with me in my heart and try to share some of the journey from the road.

I tried, but I just couldn't crank out the Garden Risotto (chosen by Jessica of A Singleton in the Kitchen) for Craving Ellie in My Belly and the Tartest Lemon Tart (chosen by Babette of Babette Feasts) for Tuesdays with Dorie. That's a real shame as they both look like great recipes from a couple of my favorite bloggers. I do have some sweet treats lined up for you to enjoy while the kitchen is closed.

We'll be back in the kitchen before you know it, maybe with a French accent, but still cooking and baking away, making a ridiculous mess and loving every minute.

Peace.

15 comments:

Tracey said...

Have a fantastic time!

Marthe said...

Enjoy your time in Paris! I'll visit this wonderful place the last weekend of May :)

Craving Ellie in My Belly said...

Wow! Lucky you. Have a great time and bring us back some good food porn :)

applecrumbles said...

Enjoy! Lucky you.

What's for Supper? said...

That sounds so fun! Have a great time!

Life with Kaishon said...

I saw your comment at one of my favorite blogs Gabe's Baby's Mama and I came over to say hi! Your little picture that goes along with your comments is SO cute : ). Very funny!

Life with Kaishon said...

Oh, and your vacation sounds divine! Have fun!

AJM said...

Jealous!!!! Eat well and eat a little extra for all of us:) Or just take pictures-

natalia said...

Ciao ! Have fun in Paris and when you decide to visit Roma let me know !!

Foodie with Little Thyme! said...

Have a great and safe trip.

Jacque said...

Oooh, lucky you! Have fun :)

Pamela said...

Cool!! Hope you have a fantastic trip!

Tammy said...

Wonderful! I love Paris. You brought back all the wonderful memories I have of Paris. Have a fantastic time. I can't wait to read your posts when you return.

TourGuideJenn said...

Oh how I love Paris. My only trip there was less than 48 hours, but oh what a wonderful 48 hours it was. I can almost recount each one of them 6 years later. Here's hoping you had a magical time (like you couldn't!) and return rested and relaxed, and with a carryon worth of food!

AmyRuth said...

OMG!!! I'm so excited for you. I just discovered your trip and on Mother's Day? Unbelievable. Can't wait to hear more. No pressure. You can eeek out your stories for as long as you like. Just more excitement.
AmyRuth