Coffee Anyone?

I was with some people the other day who ordered some coffee and we were all surprised when we saw what came to our table-works of art. I don’t drink coffee but I think I could have managed either of these.


Coffee with whipped cream on top and a sprinkling of cinnamon.


The cappucino. I have no idea how they make those designs. I had hot chocolate with nothing at all to decorate it.

Please excuse my rather sparse posting. We are back in Paris trying to rearrange things and unpack some things we brought with us from Provence. When we moved to Provence we had all of my furniture, dishes, rugs, etc., all delivered there from where it had been in storage for a couple of years. Since we aren’t sure where we will end up or the size of it, I decided to bring my favorite persian rug and two framed pieces back to Paris. I also brought all of my candles as I was afraid they would melt because the storage unit everything is in right now is not climate controlled. Anyway, I drug the too large rug that I had in our living room to our bedroom. Most of it is under the bed with the edges sticking out on either side which is sort of strange but I didn’t have any other place to put it. I love how the rug from Provence looks in our living room. We are talking about moving the couch into another area too. In any case, I haven’t been out much with my camera but I have plans to do so this week.

7 thoughts on “Coffee Anyone?

  1. Beautiful coffees! The designs are made by pouring the steamed milk into the coffee in special ways. I have seen the most creative designs! It takes skill.

    Moving is so very hard. I’m glad you are making progress on getting settled in. Once you are, if you would ever like to meet up for a coffee, let me know! šŸ™‚

    Take care, Linda —
    Karin

  2. I would join you for coffee… especially if they look like those šŸ™‚ I am glad your move went smoothly .. and you are getting settled again ..

    Oh you must try and meet up with Karin .. šŸ™‚ I met her last year .. so much fun!!

  3. They hold a template over the top of the cup and shake the chocolate or cinnamon over and looks like they also gave this one a swirl with a ‘stick’.

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