Saturday, 8 December 2012

Pain d'épices et chutney

For this final post about l'Armoire de Camille, how about some gingerbread and some chutney? All was white yesterday morning! But hey, it's pitch dark when I leave for work and when I came back, not only was it also dark, the snow was all gone so for a glimpse of it on 7 December 2012 click here!

Pour ce dernier billet sur l'Armoire de Camille, vous prendrez bien un peu de pain d'épices et de chutney ? C'était tout blanc hier matin mais bon, quand je pars au travail il fait nuit noire et quand je rentre également, et en plus tout avait fondu alors pour voir un peu de neige à Versailles le 7/12/12, cliquez ici !

21 comments:

Sylvia K said...

I'll take the gingerbread and chutney!! It looks yummy regardless of what it looks like outside!! Hope you have a beautiful, tasty weekend, Ciel!!

LONDONLULU said...

Yum, I'll have a big bag stuffed with everything here! How lucky you got that pretty snow, ours melted by lunchtime (I'm faced with darkness before and after work too - I guess this means doubling my weekend photo efforts:). I hope you're sampling something this delicious for your weekend!

Michelle said...

Pass the chutney please!

Randy said...

It all looks wonderful.

Bob Crowe said...

Snow in the Ile de France so early? Incroyable! A good chutney, though, is appropriate for any day of the year.

Thérèse said...

Comme j'étais mauvaise langue hier... rien n'est oublié dans cette armoire.
Côté neige tu pourras te rattraper ce week-end tout du moins je l'espère pour toi.

Dina said...

Gingerbread, a good food of the season!
Enjoy your snow.

ALAIN said...

Le pain d'épices, c'est bon aussi avec le foie gras.

JM said...

Lovely atmosphere, Ciel!

A Besta dos 1000 Anos said...

Bonjour!!! Je suis à Rio de Janeiro! Les photos de votre blog sont toujours superbes!!! Mes amis brésiliens dont j’ai recommandé votre blog pour les images, les adore... J'ai récemment été en France en visite pour déjeuner à la Mairie d’Angers comme auteur brésilien dont la ville a rendu hommage. SVP visiter mon blog www.abestados1000anos.com.br avec plusieurs pages en français (visite à la Mairie et Château d’Angers). Je serais immensément ravi de votre prestigieuse visite

Lowell said...

You can have the chutney,
I'll take the Gingerbread.
Why would I eat chutney
When I can have gingerbread. Chutney's for the English
Or perhaps the French
It's chutney that they relish
But I can't stand the stench!

Just kidding. That wee poem was off the top of my head. Weird, I know but that's how it is in Ocala on December 8, 2012!


VP said...

Count me in...

Gregory Urbano said...

Nice!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Everything is so beautifully presented in this lovely shop Ciel, it would be very hard to resist buying something oui!

Tanya said...

do you like gingerbread? i'm not a big fan of it, or pumpkin for that matter...i wonder if i'd like gingerbread better with the chutney, i do like chutney!

Malyss said...

Je prend des deux!

Small City Scenes said...

Ummmm, I like Gingerbread and Gingerbread boys or men. I like Ginger---sugared sprinkles. I'd better go baking.

Are you OK?

MB

Stefan Jansson said...

Sounds tasty.

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

I happen to be munching on gingerbread at the moment and its about time to build a gingerbread house (from a kit). This was a fun series!

Halcyon said...

I'll take some gingerbread... but not so sure about the chutney! :)

EG CameraGirl said...

Mmmm. I like both gingerbread and chutney. :)