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Zucchini Fritters

I have a tinsy fridge here in Paris. So small that I go to the grocery store every two days. I love it. :-)

Tiny Paris Fridge

But what to do when you barely have anything on hand, it’s Sunday, you’re starving and everything is closed? Zucchini Fritters! The only main ingredients that you need are flour, eggs, zucchini, a little salt and pepper, and some garlic. Everything else is just tasty add ins.

I even divide the recipe in half if it’s just me.

An egg in a bowl, grated zucchini, some parsley, salt, and pepper, and garlic powder.

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Add in the flour. The zucchini will start to sweat making the mixture more watery so cook these up quick!

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I like small fritters! Cooked just like pancakes, they’re ready in a jiffy. ha. haha.

A small side salad, maybe a little garlic herb cheese on top, and you’re set! Super easy! Great in the spring or summer. And they are actually good cold! I brought some as a snack for the train when we went to Chantilly Chateau.

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Zucchini Fritters

Recipe from Martha Stewart.

2 medium zucchini, grated

1 teaspoon salt

1 tablespoon freshly grated lemon zest

1 lemon cut into wedges (optional)

a couple sprigs of parsley chopped (optional)

1 medium garlic clove, or 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder

2 large eggs, beaten

1/2 cup all purpose flour

2-4 tablespoons olive oil

In a bowl, combine the grated zucchini, salt, lemon zest, chopped parsley, chopped garlic, and eggs. Stir!

Add in the flour. You may need to add more or less. The consistency should be like pancake batter.

Heat olive oil in a saute pan. Drop batter by the tablespoon onto the hot pan and cook until golden brown on both sides.



09. June 2013 by Molly
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Paella, Hiking & Sun! Sold! My Trip to Spain.

The very first weekend I was in Paris my friend Jen came to visit. The timing was perfect. I’d had a couple of days to adjust but with a couple more days before school started, I was looking for a familiar face.

This one in fact!

Jen in Paris Merry Go Round

So when the opportunity arose for me to go visit her where she was living in Spain, I jumped on a plane! Arrived at midnight and after practicing “Hola, San Sebastian en Mijas por favor” all that came out when I talked to the taxi driver was French. Even the street name was said in a French accent. Then there was some English, then back to French. And one very confused taxi driver asking which language we should speak in.

Jen lives on one of the most photographed streets in Spain in a tinsy little town nustled in the mountains called Mijas. All the buildings are white with vibrant flowers and from each you can see the Mediterranean sea.

Be prepared. There’s LOTS of photos in this post. :-)

San Sebastian Mijas

Mijas Street

Donkeys Mijas

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07. June 2013 by Molly
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Basic Pastry Graduation! Le Cordon Bleu Paris

Guess who’s the proud owner of a new certificate!!

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Basic Pastry Certificate


woohoo!!! I mean who isn’t up for champagne and macaroons at a 9am graduation ceremony on a Wednesday!!!!

oo la la and look at the little petite munchies!! tres chec!

apps BP Graduation

I’ll have a recap post of Basic Pastry up soon! Now that I have 10 days off, I’ve got a lot of time on my hands! The school has been amazing so far! I love it and am so happy to be here! Can’t wait to see what Intermediate and Superior Pastry bring! Let me at it!

05. June 2013 by Molly
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I started French classes at the Sorbonne. The teacher kept saying “Formidable!!!!” in the sense that we are doing awesome! All I kept thinking was ah! formidable! Run the other way! Maybe I don’t know the true definition of formidable in English?

The 50 year old ice cream man winked at me twice and said oooo tu es une belle americaine. wahaha chuckle chuckle I was just worried that they were out of Nutella ice cream. oh the travesty!!

My French doctor put me on 8 days of antibiotics and suggested that if I plan on drinking, to just not take that nights antibiotic. *wink*

Said doctor magically understood English this visit too. My amazing friend that came to help translate think he brushed up on his English for my visit, or something like that…?

I wrote an entire text that was longer than 1 sentence in French!

I got asked for directions twice, once by an expat, the other by a French woman, all in the span of 20 minutes in my neighborhood. what?!

oh and we had a lovely picnic in front of the Eiffel! Because it’s finally warmer than 52 degrees! I LOVE Picnics!!! in Paris!!

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04. June 2013 by Molly
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Random Wanderings in Paris

Paris Street Tulips on Rue Cler



Macaroon Storefront


Paris at Nightfall

Seine at Night

03. June 2013 by Molly
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