Ma vie en France
HelloThese look delicious. Please excuse as I am new to your blog, but did you make them or did you buy them? I'm drinking a coffee right now and you have given me a serious cupcake craving!
YUMM indeed...You are a talented cook and photographer!Mervatx
Leesa these just look so yummy. Diane
Hi there Piglet in France!Thanks so much for stopping by... it's nice to have you. I am an avid cupcake baker, among other pastries and baked goods that I love to make but I'm always experimenting with new cupcake recipes...So, I did make them myself... I'll most likely make some for the picnic next Friday...Hi Mervat.. Thanks so much for you nice compliments!! I'm glad you enjoy the pics!!!Hi Diane.. YUMM YUMM, they were yummy!!!Have a great weekend!Leese
I am catching up with your posts. To answer your question – my grandparents lived in Courbevoie but their house was expropriated to make La Defense and they have been dead, like my parents, for many years. I like your Mangonistu, that sure looks like a mound of délice. As for mushrooms, today I am making a quick mushroom goulash with fresh herbs. Your flowers in the Parc de Bagatelle were so beautiful – the iris and the peonies – such lovely colors. I took note of your friend’s blog Chez Loulou and will go back to check it. Her coquelicots are vibrant. One of my problems is that I like to find new interesting blogs – but there are so many that if I am not careful I don’t have time left to write my posts or read my friends’ blogs. All of your cupcakes are too tempting. We are going to California and my daughter, who loves baking cupcakes, said she will make a special one for my husband, for father’s day. So, we’ll see.
Hi Leesa, it's Louise from Canada again (Anne's cousin). Those cupcakes look fantastic and so delicious. Please can I have the recipie at firstname.lastname@example.org
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