Beautiful! I have no doubt you will take great care of the treasured feves that you rescued last year! Wishing you and yours a very joyous and Merry Christmas, Genie!HugsSylvia
This looks amazing and I am sure it is quite delicious.
Un gâteau de rêve!...Joyeux Noël... gros bisous.
Such a tempting cake. What a celebrationHappy Christms, Thanks for your blog, support and commentsHelen xx
Quelle artiste, Genie, bravo! Moi aussi, j'ai une collection de fèves pour l'Epiphanie. J'adore la galette des Rois! Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)
It's fantastic! Merry Christmas Genie! xo
Looks delicious Genie. Thanks for sharing your photos during the year. May Christmas bring you smiles that always return.
I'm so glad the salvage work paid off, Genie! Wishing you a safe and contented Christmas with your loved ones. Thank you for constantly delighting us. Bisous...
Delicious Genie, so all your Photographs from this year. I enjoy alway's your love for Paris and the way you show it to the world, my compliments for that!I wish you and your beloved ones a Happy Christmas and a Wonderful new year 2012.Sincerely yours,Henk.
Beautiful cake...and I laughed at your story.
Merry Christmas Genie from Australia
Yummy--Just a fast stop to wish you the very best of everything and Merry Christmas. yvonne
Happy Birthday Jesus! I am sure you will be keeping careful track of the feves this year! Sending warm hugs and wishes for a wonderfully joyful Christmas. Bisous ma chere amie ...
Merry Christmas and thanks for your wonderful photos of Paris.HugsValeryBarcelona Daily Photo
Treasures indeed are these fêves. It is almost impossible to find them now with the proper theme - the birth of Jesus. Alas, secularism has overtaken this, too...(sigh)
Joyeux anniversaire!!!Merry Christmas, dear friend.
It seems a shame to cut this PARFAIT gateau Genie. The fêves just make it even more special.xxV
It may be imperfect, but it looks delicious. Joyeux Noël!
I thought "gateau" was "hat"?!!!Perfectly beautiful Genie!!! And I'm sure delicious!!!
What a fabulous-looking gateau that is—and what an amazing (almost mis-) adventure for poor old Joseph and his beasts! I'll bet you treasure these beautiful feves all the more since the big rescue.
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