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12 January 2007

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V-Grrrl

Lucky me--last year I got to be QUEEN. But this year it was E-Grrrl.

Susan

They have King Cakes in New Orleans at Mardi Gras time. Guess it comes from their French ancestors. I've never had one, but I think the N.O. ones are more like regular cakes though, not pastries. Those pics you took look good enough to eat! :-)

Paris Parfait

What a cute story about Lil' C's excitement! It's true that depending upon which boulangerie the galette comes from, the cake can be tasty or a bit like cardboard - even in France!

GR

You should try to make that a yearly tradition. That's great that you create such fun experiences for him.

ally bean

So you're living with the Little Prince now!! What a cute story. I've read about those cakes, but never tasted one. They sound yummy.

Alexandra

That is such a sweet story!!
And I love any teacher that takes her students to bakeries!!

kristine

That's cool. I'd only heard about Kings Cakes for Mardi Gras. One of my co-workers gave me the charm from her cake one year. It was a strange gift but I kept in on my desk at work...

meredith

We usually do some creative slicing so that our girls end up with the feve or sujet.

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What a cute story about Lil Cs excitement! Its true that depending upon which boulangerie the galette comes from, the cake can be tasty or a bit like cardboard - even in France!
+1

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