Yummmmmm, I'm in heaven!
Hi Mimi,OHHHHH one of my favorite combinations.Happy Wednesday!Hugs from Texas, Celestina Marie
I quite agree - "Nuff said!"xx
Mmmm... Now I need to find some in London ;-) xo
Oh how funny, we picked up some of these from one of the chocolatiers on Blvd. St. Germain when we were in Paris two weeks ago! I had to convince le monsieur that they were indeed almonds and not olives.
Lovely robed in green!
Oh yummmmmmmmm! I best keep Bebe away from these.
Hmmmm there are such sweets to eat in Paris!Regards Janny
Bonjour Mimi!How are you? I owe you an e-mail for sure! Now about those almonds :) Stop tempting me!! That is something that is hard for me to resist. I think I just gained a pound looking at them...heheI hope you are having a glorious dayxoxoGail
One of my very favorites!!Hope all is well with you, Mimi!XO,Jane
THEY LOOK LIKE OLIVES! DOUBLE YUMMMMMM!!!! BONJOUR MIMI! Anita
I bought 6 bags of these a few hours ago, the Wal Mart version, my husband is slightly addicted to them! :)
Just because they are french makes them so much more gorgeous!That, and you taking the picture!xo Yvonne
boo hoo ... Julia Creek is soooo far from Paris :-( they look divine!!
Yum! One of my absolute favorite things to eat. :) Hope the new issue of Belle is coming along well.
Yum, love these little treats.
You must know this is an addiction for me!! There is a candy store that sells hand dipped chocolates that ARE TO DIE FOR!! Every birthday I waltz in, buy myself a box of chocolate covered almonds and enjoy every bite WITHOUT GUILT. Only on my birthday, do I do this. But I have zero willpower when they are around so I try to stay away...this is my favorite candy of all!
I thought they were olives at first glance :)
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