Friday, April 26, 2013

la cocotte - objets gourmands



*la cocotte*

How appropriate that a street of restaurants and bistrots
would also display a boutique of "objets gourmands." 


In looking for the translation of "la cocotte" I found:
darling, honey, love


Based on the website for *la cocotte* the word "hen" seems appropriate.



bon weekend



 
la cocotte
5, rue Paul Bert
75011, Paris

9 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Appropriate indeed!! Have a lovely weekend, Genie!
Hugs
Sylvia

Alain said...

Gants, torchonnettes...mais où sont les casseroles ?

Pierre BOYER said...

:-)
De quoi décorer utilement sa cuisine...

Pierre

Malyss said...

"cocotte" means "little hen",the word comes from "coq" (cock, rooster), which can be a lovely way to call a girlfriend or a little girl.But here , as the shop sells things for cooking, I think there's a pun with "cocotte minute" , which is the french name for "pressure cooker".

Cezar and Léia said...

I love this window shop!
Léia

Jeanie said...

I like that word! It's charming -- and so is the shop window! Another lovely find!

Starman said...

Interesting.

Rob-bear said...

You always seem to find, and photo, the most interesting places, Genie. Thanks for sharing the views.

Blessings and Bear hugs!
Bears Noting

Virginia said...

I"m a sucker for a dish towel. I'd have bought at least one ....or more!
V