Monday

L' Escargot

During a photo shoot trip, pink stuff in between the rocks in the lake attracted us. At first we thought that someone might have spit chewing gums. But as we walked further, we found more of these by the lake side plants!

Intrigued, but hesitant to touch as it might be itchy, we explored further...

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Ah hem...we found him...happily laying eggs by the hundreds!!!

It was hard to believe that this earthen colored escargots can reproduce colorfully! Salute to the nature!

On a different note, here are the popular escargots of Melaka...

SOOC

This is the name board of an authentic UNESCO heritage building (converted as boutique hotel) in Heerun Street, Melaka.

Edible Escargot!

The above shot is my favorite delicacy at Patisfrance, a popular pastry/cafe in town! The rich sour bread is swirled with cranberries and walnuts! I just assumed it to be a french name, period. Recently, in my French class, we came across the word 'escargot' and realized that this delicious pastry was named after snail, as it was supposed to be a look alike!

7 comments:

Virginia said...

When we were in Paris one summer, my grandkids loved the escargot pastry. The ones they liked had chocolate chips in them I think.
V

Judy Bigg said...

I sure wouldn't have known what the pink stuff was. Thanks for sharing.

Jim said...

Interesting post.
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ladyfi said...

Snail eggs - wow! Who knew?

Kelly said...

What interesting colored eggs! I'll pass on the escargot, even though I always think it smells heavenly. The garlic/butter, I guess. :)

chubskulit said...

We used to see them in the rice field!

Your beautiful contribution to Shadow Shot Sunday 2 is greatly appreciated!
Rose
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hyd said...

classic…
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