No, I'd like it all to myself!
I'd try to be polite, but actually I'd like all of it for myself as well!! Have a great weekend, Genie!HugsSylvia
Ok.. I see you have ordered my dessert, where is yours? haaa..Enjoy your weekend Genie.fondly,Penny
Next to this my desserts are so pedestrian. It really is quite simple to arrange if one analyzes it. I think I can do that!!
Hello Genie:Most certainly we should! A picture from 'Vogue'!!
Honestly no, I don´t want to share, I want to eat it myself!
Count me in. What a great photo! Genie it's me, Jean I had to start a new blog my frenchcupboard11was hacked into and I was getting crazy stuff posted. I'll be back checking your photos again. Love your blog.
I am afraid I am with Vreni, and for a second serving so we don't get into a fight! ;-)
If eating were a hobby it just became mine.
Génie ma chère Génie !!! Comment faire pour résister devant une si belle assiette gourmande ?!...Gros bisous
Share, of course --- that way there will be room to share another sample and taste two magnificent, decadent, beautiful desserts :)
That looks amazing.
But of course,it looks and no doubt tastes absolutely amazing!Happy weekend,Ruby
Just to look at it, is not fair.
I sure would! I am sitting here eating my morning yogurt looking at the dessert that I'd rather be sharing with you! :)
That's not fair.... looks so yummy! Enjoy every moment of it - at least you get to walk it all off later!!
I'll take the ice cream and the berries...am not too keen on that type of cake. I've never eaten at the Moulin de la Galette...how was it? I mean, the rest of the meal....
Well, we are definitely going to need another order or two of this! The French really do know how to tempt the dieter. There is no point in Paris as you will walk so much that it will not matter.Well, we tried out the Velibs and rode all over Paris today. We will be doing the same tomorrow. They are fast, you can feel the wind in your face, and cheap. We crossed the Champs Élysée, rode between PetitPalais and Grand Palais, crossed the Seine at Pont Alexandre, and rode up to Les Invalides. What fun!We had lunch at Pain et Chocolate and had a wonderful déjeuner. There is news there and I will post on this little treasure when I return.We took the train to the suburbs to see first Nicola (Growing Berries) and her four little berries. Then we visited in the next town along the train line our French friend Isabelle. We took a late train home.Another great, gorgeous day in Paris! Thank you for your comments and for reading my daily update.Bises,GeniePS Bibi, the food was very nice at M de la G, and I would go back again. We dined on the terrace.
What a gorgeous dessert! Love the photo.Jody
Enough for one. Only.
Oh a thousand times yes! Love to share, and it looks SO very yummy! :)
Le Moulin de la Galette, I have fond memories of a lunch there with Mary, Peter and Shauna. Reminds me I'd like to do that again!V
Looks like heaven.
Absolutely! I love the flecks of vanilla bean you can see in the ice-cream. And I'm glad you made it to Pain et Chocolat again ~ looking forward to hearing more, dear Genie.
Oui, s'il vous plait!
This is my girl! :-)Yes thanks.
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