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  • Hundreds and thousands are tiny, matte coloured sugar balls, much smaller than dragees/cachous.

    London bakery visit 1: Hummingbird Bakery

  • Pick from any flavour of cake base, and have it decorated with sparkling cachous and a real chocolate easter egg!

    Spotlight on Sugadeaux Cupcakes

  • The pink of the icing and the glittery cachous are lovely additions to the dense chocolate.

    Sour Cream Chocolate Cake with raspberries

  • One potential hazard with using silver cachous, I've noticed is that they're damn hard and you can easily break a tooth on one!

    Sour Cream Chocolate Cake with raspberries

  • I always love seeing cachous, especially since I used to snitch from my Mother's baking cupboard.

    Sour Cream Chocolate Cake with raspberries

  • In her left hand was a paper packet of cachous, or sweets used to freshen the breath; a corsage of maidenhair fern and a red rose was pinned to her breast.

    Portrait of a Killer

  • She held the cachous between the thumb and forefinger of her left hand, and when the doctor removed the packet, some of the sweets spilled to the ground.

    Portrait of a Killer

  • Somehow she still holds on to her packet of cachous.

    Portrait of a Killer

  • Phial of cachous, kissing comfits, in her satchel.

    Ulysses

  • Besides, a young man clever enough to rob a till is usually clever enough to find out that the secret of safety in smoking is to use cachous and not to keep the stuff in your pockets a minute longer than you can help.

    The Old Wives' Tale

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  • But who is the carpenter?
    That is the magical missed-story atour!
    Lennon later explained:
    "It never dawned on me that Lewis Carroll was commenting on the capitalist system. I never went into that bit about what he really meant, like people are doing with the Beatles' work. Later, I went back and looked at it and realized that the walrus was the bad guy in the story and the carpenter was the good guy. I thought, Oh, shit, I picked the wrong guy. I should have said, 'I am the carpenter.' But that wouldn't have been the same, would it? Sings, laughing 'I am the carpenter....'" - wikipedia

    September 23, 2011

  • “I am the walrusser.”

    September 22, 2011

  • I am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together.

    September 22, 2011

  • You are the walrus?

    September 22, 2011

  • Cuckoo.

    September 22, 2011