A stroll down the Champs-Elysées, in Paris, France, is a sensory experience with delicious aromas wafting out the doors of brasseries/cafes on almost every block. These bring in fresh produce and other farm-fresh products every single day and menus, often created in collaboration with renowned chefs, change with the seasons and offer a selection of delicious homemade pastries, real French butter, and in spring, sheep’s milk yogurt. Discover Gardiner’s two—there may be many more–Paris-worthy food items that are not to be missed. First, order an almond croissant at Julian’s Provisions, and close your eyes and breathe in through your nose as you bite into it. This is my current favorite-buttery, flaky, light with sliced almonds and the barest soupcon of powdered sugar on top. As the flavor washes through your senses, think “PARIS!”, because you’ve just been there. Afterwards, check out Willow Pond Sheep Farm’s mild sheep milk yogurt made at their farmstead creamery with milk from their own, happy, fluffy pasture-raised ewes. You’ll absolutely marvel at the silky texture and mild, slightly sweet flavor, which is delicious with berries, or use it in sauces and dressings. It’s great because it does not overpower the other flavors but rather transports them in a marvelous way. Available in both 8 oz. and 16-oz jars, Fridays 4pm-7pm, until Fall! For more info: willowpondsheepfarm.com.