Lulu pressed the shutter. Which technically means that she is the one who took this photograph.
“Je peux toucher maman ?” (Can I touch mummy ?) she asked, while reaching for the meringue that was sitting on top of the chocolate crèmes (custard) I had just finished to style.
“Non, mais tu peux appuyer là,” (No, but you can press here) I answered, handing my remote switch to her.
Clic. Clic. Clic. CLic.
She was beaming.
It was sweet to watch how much she enjoyed pressing on the shutter while repeating “C’est moi qui l’ai fait” (I did it myself).
“Done ?” I asked.
“Je peux en manger une maintenant ?”
It was the obvious outcome.
And as we sat next to each other holding a petit pot de crème in our hands, we started to eat.
Sunday special. She had made my day.
Naturally, I will have to come back to tell you about these.
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Telle mere Telle fille!
Telle mère, telle fille..!
La relève est assurée 😉
Sa photo est bien plus belle que toutes les miennes.
Naturally, it´s one of the best photos of La Tartine gourmande (et sa tartinette) 🙂
future food blogger right here!
Looks beautiful, she is very talented in taking pictures! 🙂
as talented as her mother!
how beautiful! i love the joy of those things 🙂
Beautiful! Please may I know what camera you use? Thank you.
You are an inspiration, as blogger and a mom. Sometimes, when I am so focused, especially while shooting, I seem to forget to redirect like that. Now, I am totally going to use that trick. Tell her beautiful shot:)
Aw, bless. The lil cutie! If only I got to savour one of your mouthwatering creations when I press the shutter button, I would be a very happy photographer! 🙂
Except for chocolate, there’s nothing quite as exciting as a remote shutter release:)
Like Mother, like daugher; a perfect shot and perfect story to go along with it!
Such a talented child! I can’t wait for you to share the recipe.
Oh, that’s great! Tell Lulu her picture was great, perfect.
Telle maman ,telle fille:) She’s got your magic touch..so sweet.
I LOVE this post. Just love it!
So sweet and always inspiring !
Hooray, Lulu! 🙂 Smart girl!
Beautiful picture Lulu! Bea I just happened to be looking at your previous blog about your pots de creme and was going to try them for myself. I was wondering where you got your cups for the pots de creme? I searched all over for cute decorative cups but couldn’t find anything. You always post your pictures with lovely dishes.
She’s got the gift!
Trop mignon. J’imagine sa fierté. Les petits pots de crème ont l’air delicieux. Je comprends pourquoi elle voulait en avoir tout de suite. 🙂
Sara, thank you. These were bought a few years ago from a German company called ASA. Search online. Good luck!
Bravo Lulu .La releve est assuree!!!
on the weekend i get one of your wonderfull cookingbooks 😀
i ordered it in autumn, delivery was last week ^^
its sooo great!!!
i blogged a “i love this book”-post on cityglamblog.com
kisses from germany,
Thanks so much. I hope you love it and are inspired to cook with it too.
Le livre de cuisine “Recipes for an Inspired Life” est merveilleux – si inspirant et joyeux. Merci !
Not only is she a beautiful photographer but she eats well too. 🙂
With such a talented mother, how else could it be!
And I bet Lulu ate what was in that Petit Pot too. Did you get a picture with chocolate all over her face. Great photo.
Lovely little story! Can I also have a cup of those please? : ))
amazing photographer. the dish is very good. i need recipe for that dish
^^ How cute!
Magnifique la photo !!!!
Oh j’imagine comme elle a dû se régaler, … j