The Making of Mitt Romney
The Boston Globe
In the late 1960s, Romney and other missionaries would often dine at the home of French Mormons; here, they are at the Bordeaux home of Paulette and Andre Salarnier. Paulette, who is from Brittany, specialized in making crepes distinctive of the region, called galettes. Andre Salarnier was the caretaker of the first Mormon chapel in Bordeaux.
In the late 1960s, Romney and other missionaries would often dine at the home of French Mormons; here, they are at the Bordeaux home of Paulette and Andre Salarnier. Paulette, who is from Brittany, specialized in making crepes distinctive of the region, called galettes. Andre Salarnier was the caretaker of the first Mormon chapel in Bordeaux.
(Photo / Andre Salarnier)