Monday, March 23, 2009

Talk to Paulina

I stopped by the Boudin Bakery located in San Francisco's famed Fisherman's Wharf area to watch Paulina shape a piece of bread dough into an alligator.
Click here to find out more about the Boudin Bakery.


Visitors can speak into the microphone and talk to Paulina. She must have had fielded some interesting questions from passers-by.


- Karen

12 comments:

RuneE said...

Not to mention that I would love to taste what she is making!


PS Thank you for the comments - The tram picture was taken in Oslo (500 km away) They have had lots of snow - we have had barely nothing)

Martin In Bulgaria said...

This is very novel and very San Fransisco. I went there many years ago and there is alwasy something unique for vistors there.

Lilli & Nevada said...

Oh now i have to have some bread, nothing better than fresh bread and in the form of a critter how special.

Adrian LaRoque said...

What a delight Karen, I would stop here too, I love fresh bread!

miss igorota said...

that is such a cute turtle pastry!

roentarre said...

Looks yummy in deed. I like paulina that she looks a little polish?

Jim said...

The turtle looks cool. Just warm him up and but some butter on his shell.

photowannabe said...

Ummm...sour dough bread...so yummy.

skywind said...

Oh, very interesting. :)
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betchai said...

if i have that turtlebread, i would not be able to eat it probably, since i will love to hug it instead :)

thanks for the visit and the comment.

AVCr8teur said...

Thank you for your comments. Most people seem to like the turtle bread. I think I would like mine with warm melted butter. :D

dot said...

That sounds like a fun bakery. I like the looks of the turtle loaf.