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“At the bakery, Estelle serves chocolate eggs, jelly beans, Tic-Tacs, Hollywood gum, and melt-in-your-mouth money ... enough friandises to fill the kids Easter baskets on Sunday!”
“At the bakery, Estelle serves chocolate eggs, jelly beans, Tic-Tacs, Hollywood gum, and melt-in-your-mouth money... enough friandises to fill the kids Easter baskets on Sunday!”
“The enfants will parade down the main boulevard, stopping in to each shop to demand some friandises.”
“There are various names for these tiny edibles; petits fours, mignardises or friandises, but no matter what you call them they all taste and look great!”
“N'empeche j'me rappelle encore cette belle vendeuse de glace Italienne a cause de laquelle j'ai fait une indigestion de c succulentes friandises glacées l'annee derniere parce que j'la trouvais tellement jolie que j'faisais que de lui acheter des glaces pour la voir *.”
“Those who are fondest of friandises have delicate features, smaller, and are distinguished by a peculiar expression of the mouth.”
The physiology of taste; or Transcendental gastronomy. Illustrated by anecdotes of distinguished artists and statesmen of both continents by Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin. Translated from the last Paris edition by Fayette Robinson.
“It was filled with friandises, with luscious and toothsome bits -- the finest of fruits, pates, a rare bottle or two, delicious syrups, and bonbons in abundance.”
“When Sylvia Bailey had been to supper with the Wachners before, there had always been two or three tempting cold dishes, and some dainty friandises as well, the whole evidently procured from the excellent confectioner who drives such a roaring trade at Lacville.”
“Henri's, it always seems to me, has a more tempting table of cold viands, patés, and tarts and _friandises_ set out than any other restaurateur's, and many of the _habitués_ at lunch-time order eggs or fish, and then turn their attention to the cold buffet.”
“An Austrian pastry-cook has a lighter hand than a French one, but the Parisian open tarts and cakes and the _friandises_ and the ice, or _coupe-jacque_ at the end of the Gallic repast are excellent.”
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