Sunday, March 21, 2010

Easter Dream









Everything from a banket bakkerij shop, somewhere in North Holland... Small villages have great patisseurs too !

8 comments:

glduro_marieloupe said...

Oi, Anita! Não sabemos se agradecemos pelas suas palavras pelo nosso aniversário ou por estes ovos de chocolate maravilhosos!!

Obrigado por suas visitas e por seu incentivo.

glduro&marieloupe

Pinay in Dutchland said...

Im always wondering, how long does it take to finish those animal chocolates. I once picked a rooster choco from SLigro but before I reached the counter, I put it back doubting if I can ever finish it so it will end up in the trash.

But they are fun to look at. Great pics Anita.

Lu_Russa said...

ai ai, que delícia !!!

aqui eu já encomendei os meus - trufados, recheados,de nutella...hummmmm !!!!!


bjão !!


Lu

Invader_Stu said...

I think I picked the wrong time of year to go on a diet.

Beach Vintage said...

OK you can lock me in here overnight! Thanks so much for your sweet words yesterday.

A Touch of Dutch said...

I can almost feel the kilos packing on as I look at the photos! Everything looks oh-so festive & fun & delicious, and those chocolate egg birdhouses are my favorite :-)

by Faby said...

Esta epoca acaba comigo... e com minha pele (rs)!
Que tentacao estes ai hein?

Josh said...

This is such a cool blog post, Anita! Last year I was living in Hanoi and had a fun time celebrating Easter there :)

I wanted to invite you to test a new type of guide we're trying out a nextstop -- they're "open guides" anyone can contribute to, and I just made one for you called "Easter in Holland" (inspired by this post). Hope you enjoy!

http://www.nextstop.com/guide/Jaa00H4oAxE/easter-in-amsterdam/

Best,
Josh
joshr.nextstop.com