Thursday, November 19, 2009

A Contest


Yesterday while you were munching your way through Patisserie des Reves goodies, I was at The White House painting Bo's portrait. Only kidding. But I was in Washington DC.
Visiting the DC Alliance Francaise. I will be exhibiting the Paris Facade watercolors there in September 2010.
After measuring and picture-taking I was hungry, so I dropped into Bistro Du Coin nearby.
A little closeup on my soup d'onion lurking somewhere under this blanket of melted gruyere.
Then I ran to The Phillips Collection.
For a quick race around.
Before running off to catch the bus back to New York.
More news and the contest!I will have an exhibit of the Paris Facades at The James Beard Foundation in May-June of 2010.
It will be in their Greenhouse Gallery
Now for background and hints:
The Greenhouse Gallery exhibits the works of up-and-coming and established artists who work with culinary themes. Providing artists with a space to show their work not only enhances the overall ambience of the room during events, it’s also in keeping with the Foundation’s mission to celebrate, preserve, and nurture America’s culinary heritage and diversity. Past exhibits have featured mouthwatering food photography, romantic watercolors of mealtime still lifes, and exuberant mixed-media collages.

THE PRIZE!
is this watercolor if you can come up with a catchy, witty title for the show that incorporates food and Paris. The people at the Beard House are foodies in the food biz and they probably love Paris (who doesn't?)
How can I catch their attention?
I'm tossing the ball in your park.
Here are some of the crumby titles I came up with:
Paris Pets
Wine and cheese in Paris
Paris Pastry
Paris Food Scenes
Paris Fancy
Springtime in Paris
Affair with Paris
L'Amour de Paris
Paris Love Affair
Paris Feasts
Paris Fete
The RULES:
You can use French
Keep it to 3 words tops-2 words is better
Put yr entry in the comments here pls.
Deadline: Midnight tonight.
BONJOUR TITLE CONTEST!

242 comments:

  1. For the contest Patisserie Pup

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  2. How about

    "Paris on a Plate"?

    or

    "Paris est Servi" if you like rhymes!

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  3. Macarons, et Plus
    More than Macarons
    Macarons, and More
    Paris Breakfasts, all day long
    (yes, more than three words, but to the point, n/est-ce pas?)

    This morning's effort, will keep thinking, onward, Berkshires Tsarina

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  4. Eric K.8:27 AM

    How about " C'est la vie" Paris. As the title.

    Love Paris breakfasts by the way and best of luck with all your
    upcoming shows.

    Sincerely
    Eric

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  5. Victoria S.8:27 AM

    PARIS DOUCE

    Thanks for your charming words and pix.
    Victoria

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  6. Marinac8:28 AM

    "Holiday in Paris"

    How wonderful for you! Congratulations!

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  7. well, what comes to me is "Façades en Fête" - that way you get to use those cool French diacritical marks, er, accents. It sort of means 'Façades on Parade' or literally, 'A Celebration of Façades.'

    Bravo, Carol! This is a PERFECT venue for your adorable watercolors.

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  8. Natasha S.8:32 AM

    Love your blog!

    Parisien Flair
    Paris Flair

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  9. Marilyn8:35 AM

    A Parisian Holiday

    Holiday In Paris

    Parisian Bouquet Garni

    Canape' du Paris

    A Parisian Flambe' (with or without the 'A')


    Sorry for the repeat of 'Holiday in Paris'. I didn't have my thinking beret on all the way...

    Marilyn

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  10. Gastronomical Paris
    Parisian Food Facades
    Gourmet Facades Paris

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  11. Anonymous8:46 AM

    Goûtez Paris!
    (The imperative is inviting)

    Kris

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  12. ble)
    How about any of these? (I apologize in advance, my french is terrible)

    Paris: tres delicieux

    Pattiseries of Paris

    Parisian Delights

    The French Secret

    Jouir Paris

    La nourriture: joi de vivre

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  13. "Bonne Chance" and not "Bon chance" Carol! LOL!!!

    "PARIS est une FÊTE!"

    "AU BON MARIAGE" (the marriage of cheese and wine)

    "I LOVE PARIS"

    "MAGIC PARIS"

    "PARIS GOURMAND"

    "PARIS GOURMET"

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  14. Paris ~ l'epice de vie or even in English could work: Paris ~ the spice of life. (Hope my French is correct BTW).

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  15. "Glorious Paris Treats"

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  16. Anonymous8:57 AM

    TITLES:
    "Paris m'appelle!" ("Paris Calling")

    "Reves de Paris" ("Paris Dreams")

    "Paris Fantasie"

    "Scenes de Paris"


    Congratulations!
    Elizabeth

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  17. "Acquarelles de Paris"

    "Eat, Drink & Be Parisian"

    or "Eat, Drink & Be Paris"
    or "Eat, Drink & Paris"

    Congratulations on your exhibits!
    Diane

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  18. OK, how about this:

    'Friandises + Façades en Fête'!

    Of course that word might be a little too obscure. But it's the kind of sweeties that you love!

    Paris Façades - Sugar and Spice

    This is fun.

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  19. Anonymous9:00 AM

    "Paris, je t'aime!"

    It's a movie title, but why not.

    --Elizabeth

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  20. Anonymous9:03 AM

    Paris par Coeur (Paris by Heart)

    Un Gouter de Paris (a Taste of Paris)

    Un Amuse-Bouche de Paris

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  21. Love this blog. how about:

    Soupcon de Paris
    Bouchee de Paris
    Delectable Paris
    Bon Appetit Paris

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  22. Pâtisseries, Pets & Pâté

    I love your blog-great pics, humor and yummie things to dream of eating.

    Thank you. Nancy

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  23. "Paris Gourmet Secrets"

    "Sweet Paris"

    "This is Paris"

    "From Paris"

    "Scènes en Seine"

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  24. Anonymous9:09 AM

    " C'est Paris ! " " Say Paris ! "
    "Coeur de Paris"

    I love reading PB and adore your water colours. Congrats !
    Lise - Toronto

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  25. Congrats! ,what a great venue. Judit beat me to

    "Macarons and More"
    so I guess
    "More than macarons" or
    "not just macarons"
    is the same

    What about?:

    "ça est Paris"

    "au chien qui bave"

    "Paris mon amour" (did someone already suggest this?)

    "c'est délicieux"

    Angie ;-)

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  26. "My Delicious Paris"

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  27. "Paris Gourmet Frontages"

    "Façades gourmandes"

    "Paris Gourmandise"

    "Only in Paris"

    "Paris Unique"

    "Secret Paris"

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  28. I must say, my favorite of the suggestions so far is Simone's "Delectable Paris".

    Here is my first entries:

    "Les Parisseries" (comme pâtisseries)

    Craving Paris

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  29. 'Un Petit Déjeuner de Gourmandises et Façades Parisiennes'

    I know it goes over your word limit.

    Here is shorter:

    'Délices de Paris et ses Façades'

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  30. Chas B.9:15 AM

    I managed an art gallery in Santa Fe many years ago and based on my experience there I would suggest to you with confidence that you should begin to market your name as well as your art. So perhaps something like: “Les Façades de Paris par Gillott” or “Les Scènes de Paris par Gillott.”

    Chas

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  31. A Movable Fete

    P.S Love your work!

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  32. BRUSHSTROKES & ICONIC GOURMET SHOPS OF PARIS

    THE ART OF LE PETITE PARIS GOURMET

    A TASTE OF PARIS

    THE ART OF GOURMET ICONS DE PARIS

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  33. With a nod to Hemmingway:

    Paris, A Moveable Feast

    or

    Bon Appetit, Paris!

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  34. Denise C.9:23 AM

    Paris Surprise


    Paris - too lovely a word to drop
    Surprise - Laduree present for even the little French doggie


    Definitely goes with your playful style.

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  35. Elizabeth9:23 AM

    TITLES:
    "Paris m'appelle!"
    ("Paris Calling")

    "Reves de Paris" ("Paris Dreams")

    "Paris Fantasie"

    "Scenes de Paris"

    Congratulations!
    Elizabeth

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  36. Nancy McG9:24 AM

    Hello, I wanted to let you know that I love receiving your blog pics. My family and I just moved to Toulouse, France this past summer and are loving our french experience. I am going to have to get the book you referred to.

    Thanks solely to you, I have tried my first Macarons-and love them. They are amazing or terrible if you eat one from IKEA for some unexplainable reason.

    I have an idea for your show, what about Patisserie, Pets & Pate ( I do not know how to do the circumflex or accent yet on my computer!)

    Love your artwork and photos.
    Thank you, Nancy

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  37. Glle McDonald9:24 AM

    If it's not already taken,

    Rêves de Paris

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  38. How exciting!

    a la table de Paris

    Mangez Paris

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  39. Geraldine W9:25 AM

    A title for you:
    Paris ~ l'epice de vie

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  40. Le Gout!
    Le Table Parisienne
    Le Gout Eiffel
    Savourer Paris.
    Paris—Manger! Boisson! Saveur!

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  41. Nicky9:26 AM

    How about Bouffe Paris Ruse – Food Paris Art

    Good luck with the exhibition!!

    Au Revoir from Australia!!

    Just 4 weeks to go until my Christmas in Paris.
    Nicky!

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  42. Bon Appetit,Paris

    Inspired By Paris

    Paris Inspiration

    A Gem of Paris

    Paris in a cup

    The Taste Of Paris

    Paris when it sizzles

    Something about Paris

    A slice of Paris


    P/S:Im sorry,I hve done my best.congrats!!Hope the lucky one wins!!You did a great job to be able to participate in Sept 2010,excited for you!!


    Flickr Fan,
    Joanneteh_32

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  43. La Palette (as in for mixing paint and good taste!)

    Palette Gillott or Palette Galette

    Beaux Arts or Beau Eats

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  44. Marie-Paule9:28 AM

    I'm so happy Carol with all your exhibitions all over the country!
    And I know you will show your works in Paris one day, I'm sure...
    Maybe in Carrousel du Louvre
    My own ideas:

    "AU BON MARIAGE" : maybe difficult for americans but this means that wine and cheese go very well together.

    "PARIS est une FÊTE" That's the title in French of a Hemingway's bestseller.
    But 4 words in...french!

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  45. Paris Treats (cafes and more)
    Treat yourself to Paris
    Indulge in Paris

    COngratulations and Good luck with the exhibition!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  46. I love "Paris Taste" and all associated possibilities like "A Paris Taste" or "The Paris Taste"
    but that's the name of a well known blog.


    "Ma petite entreprise" (that's the title of a french song)

    "C'est ça Paris" (it sounds like Moulin Rouge show)

    "Gourmet Paris Delights"

    "Painting Paris Gourmet"

    "Paris Temptations"

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  47. Savoring Paris

    Paris Flavors

    Paris Breakfast

    Why not just call it Paris Breakfast? Covers all of the bases -- including your blog!

    Congrats on your exhibition. I was just in D.C. myself last week, but not at Dupont Circle. Bistrot du Coin is a longtime favorite.

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  48. Paris on the Brain

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  49. Anonymous9:55 AM

    Délices Parisiens

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  50. I present for your consideration, my sweet Paris Breakfasts...

    Plaisirs Parisiens
    ou
    Plaisirs de Paris

    ou en anglais:
    Parisian Pleasures
    Pleasures of Paris

    Bonne Chance et Felicitations et Merci Beaucoup pour les belles images chaque matin.
    Votre ami a Austin, Texas,
    Valerie Groh

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  51. "Parisian Promenades"
    "Voici....Paris!"
    "A Penchant for Paris"

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  52. Anonymous10:06 AM

    How About

    "Prowling Paris"

    "Paris Temptations"

    "Appetite for Paris"

    "Between Meals"

    "Best of Paris"

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  53. "LE PATTISSERIE POOCH"

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  54. The Facade of French Food.

    French Food Facade.

    la façade française

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  55. Parisian Movable Feast

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  56. Francophile's Feast! :)

    Love your blog!!!!!!!!! Am thrilled for you. Have fun at the exhibition!

    Hugs from India!

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  57. Wow the prize is too amazing not to submit something:

    Paris, un festin pour les yeux
    *or*
    Paris, a feast for the eyes

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  58. "Paris specials"

    "Paris : façades gourmandes"

    "Paris Breakfasts specials"

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  59. Edible Paris

    Good Luck with the exhibit...

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  60. For the Contest:

    Carol's Canape's
    Canape's de Carol
    Paris Prises
    Surprises de Paris
    Paris Barbé (Beard or Bearded)

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  61. Should read:
    Canapés de Carol
    or
    Carol's Canapés

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  62. Judith, your aussie shadow10:27 AM

    Congratulations on your invitation.
    ...for consideration
    Faire la fête (meaning Partying)
    OR
    Parisian Platter

    I am just back from 6 weeks in Paris, and already saving to return next year.

    Good Luck everyone, the prize would be lovely for any of us.

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  63. Parisian Moveable Feast


    Fete Galante Parisienne

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  64. Anonymous10:32 AM

    Painters of Paris.
    (I am jealous that you saw the "Luncheon of the Boating Party" Just read that book.)

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  65. Anonymous10:33 AM

    Carol la flaneure

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  66. BONJOUR TITLE CONTEST
    I love "Paris Breakfasts" and every morning it helps me start my day with a taste of France.
    I never travel (I only wish I could) and you help take me there. I have always loved anything French and I would be so honored to have any work that you have done. It would be an inspiration to me, just like your articles are.
    I don't speak French, so I rely on my little French translation book. Forgive any mistakes that I make in attempting to say it in French.

    Francais Gourmandises
    Delicieux France
    Fringale Francais
    Fringale pour France

    In case I have lost what I was trying to say in translation is it
    French Delicacies
    Delicious France
    Craving French
    Hunger for France

    Thank you again for sharing your French experiences with your readers.

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  67. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58IBtR9DjVE

    this is the beautiful song by France Gall one of france's most beloved singers called 'cezanne peint.' your title would be 'paris peint.' enjoy!

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  68. Eva from Argentina10:37 AM

    Gourmet Paris
    is a nice title!!!
    I love your blog and wait for it
    everyday!!!
    Thanks
    Eva from Argentina

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  69. Rhonda H.10:40 AM

    BONJOUR TITLE CONTEST
    I love "Paris Breakfasts" and every morning it helps me start my day with a taste of France.
    I never travel (I only wish I could) and you help take me there. I have always loved anything French and I would be so honored to have any work that you have done. It would be an inspiration to me, just like your articles are. I don't speak French, so I rely on my little French translation book.
    Forgive any mistakes that I make in attempting to say it in French.

    Francais Gourmandises
    Delicieux France
    Fringale Francais
    Fringale pour France

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  70. Trevette10:41 AM

    soupe aux noixes (what's the plural of noix ???)

    love your blog, can't ever figure out how to post blog comments.

    Trevette

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  71. "Cornucopia de Paris"

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  72. Atsuko10:44 AM

    Bonjour,
    I've just started learning French and happened to know your PB.
    I've enjoyed reading your PB every morning!
    I love macarons and tried to bake them at home, but it's very hard!
    I wish I could try all of them in PB! Anyway, I came up the title.

    Savor Paris.

    Bien Amicalement,

    Lisa

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  73. Anita E.10:45 AM

    How about
    "Cadeaux de Paris"?
    for your title?
    Bonne chance!
    Anita

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  74. How about SAVOUR PARIS or PARIS LÈCHE-VITRINE

    Thanks for your blog, love it, makes me fell as if always in Paris

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  75. joanntracey@verizon.net10:49 AM

    Paris: Regal por l'oeil

    (feast for the eye or treat for the eye, depending on your translation... the "e" in regal needs and accent my keyboard doesn't have))

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  76. Linda M.10:49 AM

    Bonjour Carol, I've come up with a few catchy titles and hope you can
    use them.
    Linda

    Paris Delignts
    Merci, Paris
    Petifurs (for all the small dogs )
    Macaron Fantasy
    Pastries in Paris
    Paris Cravings
    Delicious Dining
    Mocha Marvels
    French Cafes
    Pooch Cafes
    Paris Pooches
    Romancing the macaron
    Cafe de lights

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  77. Paris Sucree

    Douce Paris

    Little tastes of Paris

    Paris Aquarelle

    Paris: Pains et Plaisirs

    Paris: Pains et Plaisirs
    (Chiens et Chats Aussi)

    Sweet Streets of Paris


    Thanks for the Blog!

    Fred

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  78. Paris Sucree

    Douce Paris

    Little tastes of Paris

    Paris Aquarelle

    Paris: Pains et Plaisirs

    Paris: Pains et Plaisirs
    (Chiens et Chats Aussi)

    Sweet Streets of Paris


    Thanks for the Blog!

    Fred

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  79. Paris Sucree

    Douce Paris

    Little tastes of Paris

    Paris Aquarelle

    Paris: Pains et Plaisirs

    Paris: Pains et Plaisirs
    (Chiens et Chats Aussi)

    Sweet Streets of Paris


    Thanks for the Blog!

    Fred

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  80. I didn't read anyone else's comments on purpose!!

    PARIS LOVE

    There you go. That says it all for me-- La Tour Eiffel, the food, people speaking French to me and all around me, etc etc etc
    Bonne chance!

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  81. Toute Sweet

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  82. ``La Belle Paris``

    Your going to do so well, love all your work.

    Regards, Carol Ann

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  83. Anonymous11:00 AM

    How about
    Paris Pooches and Patisserie!(or some other combination of the 3)
    Love your blog, and good luck!
    ~Debra

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  84. Anonymous11:00 AM

    ART IS FOOD

    BEAUCOUP

    J'AI FAIM!

    From PP

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  85. How about:

    Délicieux quartets ensoleillés


    Each blog, drawing and picture brighten my day.

    Merci
    Katy

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  86. I LOVE your blog!

    How about Appetite de Parisienne?

    This is so much fun reading all the entries.

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  87. Congratulations! I think you had the right idea with Paris Feasts but instead how about...
    "Feasting on Paris".

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  88. Paris Breakfast? Says it all. But I guess that isn't what you want so:

    French Dressing

    French Flavors

    French Palette

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  89. ART IS FOOD

    BEAUCOUP

    J'AI FAIM!

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  90. Delicieux Parisian Pursuits

    Francophile Foodie Fete (I like alliteration)

    And I love your posts!

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  91. "Painting Paris Dreams" (like Paris Breakfasts)

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  92. Bob P.11:20 AM

    Pic-O-Paris


    Paris Framed


    Paris Painted


    Being Paris


    Anyway we love your art. Good luck with your show, wish we could be there.
    Bob

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  93. Lisa Eddo11:24 AM

    A Picnic in Paris
    Picnic in Paris
    Paris Picnic
    Bread, wine, and thee
    Bread and wine in Paris
    Paris Picnic basket
    Paris food
    Paris foodies
    breakfast in Paris :)
    Good Luck!!

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  94. 'Paris Parfait'...........perhaps!

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  95. Love Love Your Blog almost as much as i love Paris!
    Here are my ideas,
    Parisian Parade
    Moveable Feast

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  96. "Sparkling Paris" (like champagne! Like Tour Eiffel lights...)

    "Paris for ever"

    "Paris good things"

    "Paris Smooth Dreams"

    How do you say "gourmand" in english?

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  97. jend'isère11:29 AM

    The Flavour of Paris Windows, or
    Parisian Palettes

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  98. Pat P.11:31 AM

    After more thought, I consider PARIS CONFECTIONS
    might be even better than
    Paris Perfections
    but all 3 of my ideas sound pretty good when I think about your wonderful paintings.
    Best luck!
    Jean

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  99. Gail R.11:32 AM

    Taste of Paris

    Gourmet de Paris

    Paris Delicieux

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  100. Perhaps a bit corny, but it does sum it up, and it works in both languages:

    "Cuisine-Art: Paris"

    Hope there's no copyright infringement issues there!

    Love the blog.

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  101. OK, how about this:

    'Friandises + Façades en Fête'!

    Of course that word might be a little too obscure. But it's the kind of sweeties that you love!

    Paris Façades - Sugar and Spice

    This is fun.

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  102. How about:

    Un avant-gout de Paris--a taste of Paris?

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  103. Some thoughts for your title for your show! :
    Cuisine Couture
    Manger Madness
    Puppies & Pastries
    Paris, Pastries, & Puppies
    Bouquets of Cafe's
    Cafe Parfait
    Gourmet Cafe
    Fabulous Paris
    The Seduction of Pastry
    Paris Kiss
    Paris Passions
    C'est Paris Passions
    Paris Canvas
    Coeur de Paris

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  104. Gastronomie et Paris

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  105. Another title for you...I like this one too!

    Véritables Paris délices

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  106. l'oeil pour Parisee (eye for Paris)

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  107. I am jealous, I think you will be great and my title would be:

    Seul Laduree!

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  108. wow, congrats on your shows coming up! You deserve it!

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  109. Facades Francais

    submitted by Ken Zeiger, Ladye's (cute) Boyfriend

    BonJour!

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  110. Stephanie12:00 PM

    Paris:Epicurean Epicenter

    -Stephanie

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  111. Paris: Epicurean Epicenter


    [and congrats on the show]

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  112. Shelly12:07 PM

    Culinary Paris

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  113. I love your blog and look forward to it daily!
    Suggestions:
    Merveilleuse Paris!

    Parisienne Palette

    Colours de Paris
    Colors of Paris

    Tres Bon!

    Vive la Delicieuse!

    Vignettes de Paris

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  114. "Carol Gillott Paris"

    "Delightful Paris"

    "Paris by Carol Gillott"

    "Simply Paris"

    "Paris Touches"

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  115. Fantastic! I wish I could see the show.
    How about:
    Paris Saveur-faire (ha ha)
    Saveur de Paris

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  116. All-fours & Petit fours

    :-)

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  117. Didn't read all the comments so I may be copying someone.....Here's my shot at the title....

    Paris,,,, The Eatable Feast

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  118. Plum Tea12:50 PM

    my entry:
    "Joie de Paris"

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  119. Carol, I didn't have time to read all the comments to see if someone else suggested:

    Paris Gourmand

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  120. Elizabeth S12:53 PM

    Gourmandise Paris
    Gillott Gourmandise Paris
    Umami Paris

    ...hmmm...this is hard!

    -Elizabeth.S.

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  121. How about Delicious Paris or Paris Delicieux (or whatever is the correct spelling and form of this adjective.)

    Love your blog & paintings!

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  122. Plaisirs de Paris
    or
    Paris Doux

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  123. "Paris: Edible Artistry"

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  124. I think this says it all Paris je t'aime! Love your posts, and hope to return to Paris someday soon.

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  125. Bon Appétit Paris!

    Lovely work! :)

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  126. How about: Paris Subway

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  127. Good Lord, you do have a following!!
    Allow me to ruminate a bit (& have some coffee) & try & think of a title!

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  128. Friandises & Flânerie in Paris

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  129. Friandises & Flânerie in Paris

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  130. Friandises & Flânerie in Paris

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  131. Friandises & Flânerie in Paris

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  132. Anonymous1:25 PM

    Love your Blog!

    Palatable Paris

    Palatable Pallet

    Paris Palate

    Paris: Preferred Palate

    Palate of Paris

    Posh Paris Palate

    Paris appetizer

    Hors d’oeuvre of Paris

    Pallet Appetizer

    Congratulatons!
    Holly
    jhtmills@comcast.net

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  133. OOps! Sorry!
    Don't know what happened!

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  134. Tasting Paris

    Savor(ing) Paris

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  135. sara fc1:39 PM

    Here are some ideas for you :

    "Pastry and the city"

    "Food and the city"

    "Paris-licious"

    "Paris Fooding"

    "A table !"

    "Bon appétit Paris!"

    "Paname Gourmet"

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  136. Jody P.1:40 PM

    Bonjour Carol!

    I love your site! It is like a little daily trip to Paris! (And when you live in the mountains of Southern Oregon you need that.)

    For your exhibit title you have probably thought of something as simple as
    “Bonjour Paris!”
    like your daily sign offs or how about a double kiss for Paris, like
    “Bisoux Paris!”
    I don’t know if that has hidden meanings, my French is not that great.

    Thanks again for the daily lift.

    Jody

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  137. Mary W.1:41 PM

    Hi Carol,
    I thought of a title for your Exhibit:
    "Le Bon Palette"
    (The good taste or the good painter's palette).
    Best of luck with the show!
    Mary

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  138. What fun it would be to see your show! My café crème-induced ideas:

    Taste en Teint
    Spoon + Paintbrush in Paris
    Palate Palette (or:)
    Paris Palate Palette
    Gillot's Amuses Bouches [sp??]
    Le Fourchette et la Palette
    La Petite Palette de Paris
    Un Goût de Paris
    Petite Cuillère en Couleur
    A Palate for Paris
    Somebody Make Me Stop [kidding!]

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  139. JODY P.
    BonjourParis.com is owned by the website of the same name I was informed today.
    Evidently I'm using Bonjour too much on PB for their tastes...
    Tee-hee
    so are the French!
    Carolg :)

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  140. Mary W's idea is very good but make sure you match the noun's gender. Palette is feminine, therefore: "La Bonne Palette."

    Chas

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  141. What about
    De'licieux, Non? ( Delicious, No?)
    De'lice (delight in food)
    or C'est Magnifique! or something along those lines.
    I enjoy your emails! Thanks
    Lois

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  142. How about

    Delices de Paris
    Parisian Palette

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  143. Sara Ramos2:17 PM

    I GOT IT.

    Taste Paris Here.

    Or:
    Tasty/Delicious Paris.
    Paris RÊve.
    Magnifique Paris.
    Sense/Experience Paris.
    Viens ici.
    Vien á Paris.
    Escape to Paris.
    Paris escape.
    Paris getaway.
    Non-fattening delicious experience
    Enjoy Paris.
    Celebrate Paris.
    Paris goodies.

    P.S-I really want that painting for my mother, she would love it, and make an amazing gift. Help me be a good daughter!

    Bisous,
    Sara.

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  144. Anonymous2:19 PM

    ONE MORE TIME...

    "Cordon Bleu Paris"

    "Sweet side of Paris"

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  145. La vie est delicieux?

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  146. Seductive Paris.

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  147. congratulation!

    I'm with the food/painter idea but my variation on the theme would be:

    "Palettes de Paris"

    Leslie

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  148. Paris Platters

    ou

    Goût!

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  149. Geary2:48 PM

    How about:

    Paris Gastronomique

    Paris Conviviality

    Paris…Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite, &…Food

    Paris…Food, wine, & conviviality (or conversation)

    Paris…Food, wine, l’amour…

    Paris…quel en bouche? (My French is bad. I’m trying to say Paris?...what’s in your mouth?)

    P.S. I’m enjoying your macaron watercolor
    Geary

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  150. How about:

    Fromage to Age

    Your blog always makes my day.

    Robyn from Brisbane Australia

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  151. Rêves Culinaires

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  153. Paris: Je T'AIme
    Gourmet Art
    La Grande Bouffe
    La Bonne Bouffe
    Café Art

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  154. Well, for all it's worth, how about: "Couleurs de Paris" for a title?

    I get your email and pass it on to my daughter in college and we both enjoy your adventures and dream about doing many of them ourselves some day.
    Congratulations on your well earned success. I envy you your painting and drawing skill and your sheer pluck!

    A bientot,

    Rick

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  155. How about

    The French Feast

    Je t'aime Paris

    City of De-lights (get it?)

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  156. PARIS EPICES
    EPICES de PARIS

    ENTREES PARIS!
    PARIS, ENTREES

    PARIS PARTOUT

    PARIS PARFAITS

    PARFAITS de PARIS

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  157. paris sweets or confiserie du Paris?

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  158. How about this one:

    Paris: A French Toast

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  159. Some more...
    Beautiful Sweets
    or Beaux Bonbons!

    Bon à manger

    Joie de Vivre

    A Moveable Feast

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  160. Some ideas from moi, Evelyn from Alabama

    Paris Perfect
    Paris Bon Bons

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  161. Paris Pets Pastries!

    A play on the punctuation book "Eats Shoots and Leaves" :)

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  162. "Epicurious Paris"

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  163. Anonymous4:18 PM

    from: maryannejenson@yahoo.com

    "Mange Ici" (for the contest)

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  164. Kukla4:28 PM

    Congratulations I love your art. My suggestion is:

    Amuse bouche or Amuse bouche Paris

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  165. love your work -- so i thought:



    d'amour et d'aquarelles

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  166. Anonymous4:49 PM

    I Ate Paris

    Parisian Gastronaught

    Paris With Love

    Eat Drink Paris

    Paris Gastronomie

    Paris Is Bonhomie

    Eat Me Paris

    Paris Is Paradise

    Paris My Love

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  167. reves doux (sweet dreams)
    Reves de Paris (Paris dreams)
    De Paris reveur (Paris dreaming)
    baiser francais (french kiss)
    moonlight and macarons
    Oui Paris

    you could use either the French or english version

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  168. daniela4:54 PM

    OOps forgot my name..Instead of Anonymous I am Daniela...cheers

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  169. "PARIS CROQUENBOUCHE" Too difficult To say??? Not for me! LOL!

    Croquenbouche or croque-en-bouche are this:

    http://images.google.fr/images?hl=fr&source=hp&q=croquenbouche&um=1&ie=UTF-8&ei=mL0FS4-oE9L0_Abu3pW4Dw&sa=X&oi=image_result_group&ct=title&resnum=5&ved=0CCcQsAQwBA

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  170. Kathleen4:57 PM

    Amusee Bouche de Paris

    I think that's how it is spelled...

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  171. "Paris Gourmet Privilèges"

    "Paris Savouries"

    "Paris Mirabellis" (I like the word-it's a kind of plum)

    "Paris Royal"

    "Paris mises-en-scène" (Scène, Seine, you see? LOL)

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  172. Here are my offerings to an already loooooong list!!

    Parisian délices
    (Parisian delights)

    tentez vous-même
    (Tempt yourself)

    Faites-vous plaisir à Paris
    (Indulge in Paris)

    Aquarelles Parisienne
    (Parisian Watercolours)

    tâter Francais
    (French feeling)

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  173. sandra6:37 PM

    Paris enchante

    I don't know if this has already been suggested, for there are too many suggestions to read through all of them.

    Best of luck deciding ;)

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  174. Love your blog, always leaves me with a smile on my face, you are very talented. My ideas:
    Paris Bon Bons
    Bon Bons de Paris
    Pastel Paris
    Paris Eclairs
    Pieces de Paris
    Paris Sucre
    Sugar Coated Paris
    Parisian Frostings

    All the best! Your New Zealand fan based in Oz.

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  175. Anita F.7:01 PM

    Paris Parfait
    Macaron Macaron
    Fete Accompli

    Anita

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  176. Last try!

    "Mouthwatering Paris shops"

    "Paris food shops"

    "Au fil de Paris"

    "Paris food colors"

    "Paris by... food"

    "Boutiques et Bistrots"

    "Paris : Aquarelles gourmandes"

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  177. Sissi7:14 PM

    Il faut donner l'eau à la bouche...

    Savourez Paris...

    Paris sur canapé...

    Paris en pastel

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  178. Anonymous7:44 PM

    One more time,

    Mais Oui, Paree
    (But of course,Paris)

    Festin Pour Yeux
    (Feast for he eyes)

    Impressions du salon
    (Impressions of the exhibition)

    Appetites d'elegance
    (elegant appetites)

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  179. Anonymous7:52 PM

    In the final stretch...

    Bonjour, Paris!
    Toujours Paris
    Painting Paris Dreams

    --Elizabeth

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  180. LOL! Still here...

    "Paris Food Monuments"

    "Crunchy Smooth Paris"

    "Crunchy Yummy Paris"

    "Yummy Smooth Paris"

    "Yummy Crunchy Paris"

    "Paris sucré salé"

    "Bonjour (Paris) gourmandise" (french from .com can say nothing about this...LOL!)

    "Paris gourmet's choice"

    "Paris boutiques watercolors"

    "Paris bon goût"

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  181. Boy you have alot of fans, I thought you were my little secret.
    "Elements of Aliment"-?

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  182. Deborah B.8:11 PM

    I like Paris Delicieux!!
    Yummy Paris!!!!)

    Enjoy!.....Deborah

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  183. Aren't you sorry you asked for suggestions? What a list! All I have to offer is a really bad pun,

    Eye-full Paris

    But I'm really happy for you to have this recognition of your wonderful Paris paintings.

    Jan

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  184. Aren't you sorry you asked for suggestions? What a list! All I have to offer is a really bad pun,

    Eye-full Paris

    But I'm really happy for you to have this recognition of your wonderful Paris paintings.

    Jan

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  185. Anonymous8:16 PM

    " Ç'est what ? Ç'est Paris ! "
    Lise T.O.

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  186. Well, "Paris Dreams" is perfect, but doesn't mention food........

    Paris on a Platter
    Eye Candy
    Delicious Colors
    Edible Dreams
    Gourmet Colors
    Colorful Gourmet

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  187. KChampagne8:28 PM

    Paris, le délicieux

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