Ma vie en France
Leesa I had to google the Madonna concert in Sceaux. It was in 1987.I love galette des rois; yours really looks like it was store bought.
Hi Leesa!Ok, I had to google "galette des rois" to find out what it was because I've never heard of it before.WOW...it's sound DELISH!And I love the history that it gave for this pastry. How cool!I bet Sebastian is gonna gobble it all up!I know I would...HA!X
Hey Nadege..WOW! Apparently, my husband knew about it, too...Cool.. WOW!Ron...It is pretty interesting... esp. since all those customs and traditions have their own history around it!Take care,Leese
Wow... I confirm... Sebastien is already in the seventh heaven! So much fun to have you guys over tonight! How sweet of you to bake up this wondrous puppy!
Hi,I'll have the chance to taste it this evening. It seems very delicious !I'm very happy :)Thanks a lot in advance,See you tonight.Sebastien.
Hi Susa and Sebastian!! Thanks for stopping by! It's a pleasure to make something that you love, Sebastian!! : )See you later on...Leesa
You know, I never managed to have galette des rois this year! And I love anything in puff pastry LOL. I read that it has two names, galette des rois around epiphany and pithiviers (I think) the rest of the year. Yours looks so delish!
Hi Jennifer...COOL!! Did you like it? It originated in the town called Pithiviers.. Hence, the name...Take care and thanks for stopping by!Leesa
I do love galette des rois. I like anything with butter and sugar LOL.
Haha!! Plenty of butter and sugar to go around!!! : )
I make a strawberry one so good.
Hi Noor...Wow!! I'd LOVE to know how you prepare that? Do you mind sharing the recipe?? : )
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