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November 16, 2006

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Alison

Lucky you! That's so cool!

How many French people know what utensils Jacques Chirac uses? Probably not very many...

Color me jealous.

maitresse

What a great post.

I got the chills when you wondered what you'd hear if the copper pots could talk...

you could write your own version of "be our guest" for your musical!

Jean

Vraiment un très bon billet !

Yes Alison I didn't know… Thanks to the charming Ms. Glaze.

:))

sed

So cool! (I wonder if he'd have allowed an ugly guy to take all those photos!)

Tana

What an awesome post.

Mlle Smith

Silver for dinner, gold for dessert? Love it!

Chirac's palais...how fun! :0)

Negrito

brilliant, just brilliant. thanks. ah and by the way, bring back the golden spoon, this is not fair. :)

nardac

awesome.

Ana

Quelle chance! I loved reading about your experience at the Palais de l'Elysée. Thanks for sharing it with us!

chaxiubao

So awesome. I'm so happy for you!

lio

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ParisBreakfasts

Fun visit! Good for you :)

MATTHEW ROSE

Hey there Ms. Glaze,

Lucky you! I'm jealous of those pots and pans, actually. Did I ever tell you that I cook almost 99 percent of my meals out of a wok? It's an antique that dates back to my days in SF. I bought it for $15 at the Chinese market. I have since added some new knives, though, so I can now slice pretty much everything Goodfellas thin. I'm wondering how you deal with all that blood though...boar, rabbit, grouse, lord knows what else. You're brave. Does Savoy wash your aprons?

I'm supposed to make another massive chili dinner for some friends... are you and your hubby free? Dinner's at 8 pm in early December. Can you make it around 3 pm? Only kidding... but you're invited!

Cheerio,

Matthew

ri

Hi Ms Glaze...

Very cool post.. what an amazing chance!

By the way, the photo of the three chefs walking..ouf.. nice... (ok i'm blushing now..)

David

great look inside...maybe when Ségolène wins, she'll want some women in the kitchen, and you'll find yourself back there soon!

Run Around Paris

What a great opportunity - how many people are treated to an 'insider's view?'

Your blog is super interesting, too!

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