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This page is from the brilliant, L'ABC des onomatopees par Bruno Gibert.
I remembered I've not shown you any Parisian oeufs for Paques/Easter.
La Mere de Famille on rue Cler, is one of my favorite chocolate shops but it's closed on Sundays (at 8am).
Still the windows were full of delightful ouuuf/oeuf/eggy creations.
Liqueur-filled little eggs as well as chocolate-filled eggs.
Candy eggs sitting realistically atop a stack of hay gave a barnyardy feel to the window.
Unrealistically French lapin/rabbits think nothing of laying bird's eggs if they're chocolat.
Quite simple eggs strung together for a decorative effect like xmas lights.
Your classic foil-wrapped assorted chocolate eggs.
A touch of whimsey - is it a chicken or an egg? It's both and sitting in an eggcup no less.
When I returned from my early Sunday morning stroll French Girl was up and making breakfast.Her cashmere sweater is by Hector et Lola.com
Was she making une omelette?
Pas de tout.
She was making a classic bacon and eggs once-a-week Dimanche petit dejeuner.