Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Un petit creux ?

Are you feeling peckish? You might find something at Guinon pâtisserie... where these cakes came from.

Vous trouverez sûrement de quoi calmer une petite faim à la pâtisserie Guinon... d'où venaient ces gâteaux.

32 comments:

Olivier said...

merci et mon regime dans tout ça....ah tant pis, une petite exception va.....que tout cela donne envie...

Jacob said...

What do you mean by "peckish"? Here it refers to being rather crabby or cranky. Whatever, I'm sure I'd have no problem finding something to soothe my soul at Guinon patisserie!

Regina K said...

I would like to visit this place. Yum!

Leif Hagen said...

Your scrumptious photo makes me especially hungry right before dinner! Yummy!

brattcat said...

oh, to be the child of a baker...

bfarr said...

I have some francs...or is that euros? Very tasty. I live you co-cola poster shot from yesterday too.

akarui said...

Alors la tu me donnes des envies... vraiment appetissant !

Woody said...

Good thing I had a late dinner, although I always crave deserts!

Thérèse said...

Surement, un petit friand me suffirait...

Thérèse said...

On a envie de puiser dans l'etalage. Tu as bien reussi a nous faire envie.

Jack said...

Ooooh, don't let Genie see these. Or Virginia. You will get trampled in the rush.

Bob Crowe said...

A little peckish? (A very Monty Python term.) These would fill me wuth sugars, fats, drowsiness and perhaps bliss.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Can you buy just a slice? That would address any peckishness or sugar lust.

Randy said...

I'll take some that, that ooo and that one too!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I am always a little peckish Ciel and without doubt I would find many, many things there to my taste, what a splendid image!

Photohunter said...

... das sieht so lecker aus, ich nehme ein großes Stück :-)
LG

Gemma Wiseman said...

Here in Australia "peckish" means feeling like something to eat - preferably sweet! So to me you have used the word well! These are so very beautiful and tempting!

cieldequimper said...

@ all wondering what peckish means in England's English, see Gemma's comment. It obviously means the same in Australia!

Bergson said...

non merci faut que je fasse un régime

Dina said...

Well, I suppose I could find
s o m e t h i n g there to eat. :)

Funny, I remember the first time I learned the word peckish, in translation school in Israel in the 80s. It sounded so funny, and still does.

VP said...

I can't now, but someone already did it for us, a few days ago!

Malyss said...

Aaaaaaaaaarrrrrgggghhhhhh!!!
ça y est , j'ai pris 3 kilos rien qu'en regardant!!image du paradis sur terre...Cruella que tu es!!

Tammie Lee said...

oh yum and so french~

Sharon said...

I'll take that big stand of cupcakes, please. yummmmy

Sharon

JM said...

I'm staring at this photo for a while... and I'm glad this shop is not close by, I would be in trouble if it was! LOL! Awesome shot!

Halcyon said...

I typically like salty snacks better than sweet. But I bet I could find something good at this patisserie! :)

Francisca said...

I don't normally have a sweet tooth, but darn it, you tempt... :-)

Winchester Daily Photos said...

These look delicious. I adore patisseries!

Loree said...

I could eat all the cakes on display - they look so good.

Cezar and Léia said...

Hmmm delicious, I need some "sugar" for sure! :)
Léia

Kaori said...

Everything please! My stomach is growling :D

T. Becque said...

Oh I could definitely find something!