Put That Back!

Frothy, floaty, silky deliciousness.  Îles flottantes. Floating islands. Mounds of lighter-than-air meringue, drizzled with caramel, floating on a sea of custard. Could you resist?

Floating Islands, France

“Dont’ touch it! I want to take a picture.” Himself’s hands retreated slightly.

“Move your hands. They’re in the frame.” Click. And the hands moved back to the dessert.

“Wait! I want to take one more.”

Spot the difference between the photo above and the one below:

Floating Islands, France

The Ephemeral nature of a yummy dessert is this week’s entry for the photo challenge. Short-lived is one definition of ephemeral. I dispute that. Those French desserts (and dinners and croissants and wine and cheese and baguettes and . . . . ) are still making themselves known around my waistline.

See more entries for the WordPress Photo Challenge here: Ephemeral

Better late than never, eh? Life seems to be getting in the way of blogging. What’s up with that?

61 thoughts on “Put That Back!

  1. That is a lovely dessert! I definitely noticed that the cookie had disappeared. Eric would have also eaten the cookie, as well as taken a big scoop out of the dessert. He is so blasted impatient when I’m trying to take food photos! Imagine that!

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  2. Oh, that looks so yummy, Carol. But you should see the cakes they produce here in North Cyprus – brilliant and dirt cheap too. Tests my resolve a bit but I never bother buying as Bryan doesn’t eat sweet stuff and while I would like some of the cake, I couldn’t eat all of it and it would break my heart to bin it! btw, my domain name went weird last week, my blog’s now at: http://crazycronecapers.com. C’est la vie, I suppose, but I’ve been tearing my hair out!

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        1. You ARE a good girl. What next? 200 days? I didn’t feel any better after dry January so I didn’t see the point. Several million Frenchmen can’t be wrong. 😃 But good for you. Willpower! Or is that girl power?

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    1. They were scrumptious. If I close my eyes and imagine it I can feel the meringue fizzing on my tongue as it collapses to nothing. I can also remember laying awake thinking, ‘I wish I hadn’t eaten so much!’

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  3. DEFINITELY know that feeling of life getting in the way of blogging lately! I suppose, in a way, it’s a good thing, but I miss the blogging none the less.

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    1. I was thinking that as I wrote those words. Not that you speak to your husband like that. But that mine must be a saint He did rebel and nick that biscuit when I wasn’t looking. I only discovered the theft when I ‘developed’ the pictures!

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