Wednesday, November 26

SWEET!


Taken in Versailles, France in October 2006.....these eclairs were sweeter than sweet! I bought one, the green pistachio flavor, and ate it as we walked back to the train station. Oh, how I wished I had bought more than one!!


Another photo from the same bakery; confections for the eye, the taste and the soul! Sweet!


This post is part of Carmi's Thematic Photographic. Go see the others, and then please scroll down for Maxine's Thanksgiving!

13 comments:

Carmi said...

Nobody does sweets like the French. It definitely rubbed off on Montrealers...growing up in that 'burg was a blessing in so many ways.

BTW, your brother-in-law sounds like a totally cool guy. Travels all the way from NJ...and he brings gifts from the bakery. I like him already :)

PI said...

I'm always delighted when my French DIL takes back a jam and cream sponge from our local supermarket.

Pagan Sphinx said...

French pastries. Yum. Any pastries. Yum. As long as it's not Dunkin Donuts. Sorry to be a snob but...

Happy Thanksgiving, Judy!

bobbie said...

Beautiful to the eye as well as the tummy@ Happy Thanksgiving!

Bear Naked said...

Oh that looks so good.
Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.


Bear((( )))

Paul Nichols said...

Happy--and beautiful--Thanksgiving to you today.

colleen said...

Yeah, I'm starting to get tired of apple crisp. What we need in Floyd is a really good bakery!

bobbie said...

Do go back and look at my Thanksgiving post again. Anil made a comment.

Tabor said...

That does look delish! By the way, my word verification is imfine...is this your idea of therapy ;-)

Bob-kat said...

Rainbow eclairs! They look delicious.

Hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving :)

Palm Springs Savant said...

You're making me drool! Happy Thanksgiving!

tiff said...

Mmmmm, eclairs.

I'mma spending my after at the neighbor's house. SHould be fun? Them and me.

THe good news is: they bought me my own bottle of bourbon. I think I might love them a little.

Sweetly said...

Those Look Amazing!! Mmmmm... This was great for "Sweet".
Have a happy thanksgiving!