chocolate eclair


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Noun1.chocolate eclair - eclair topped with chocolatechocolate eclair - eclair topped with chocolate  
eclair - oblong cream puff
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Bredin had entrenched himself behind the cash-desk, peering nervously at Paul through the cream, and Paul, pouring forth abuse in his native tongue, was brandishing a chocolate eclair. The situation looked good to the spectator.
LIP SERVICE CALL us weak, but a creamy, buttery lipstick is harder to say no to than a chocolate eclair.
LIP SERVICE CALL us weak, but a creamy, buttery lipstick is harder to say no to than a chocolate eclair. We swore our make-up bag was full, but somehow that zip popped open as soon as we saw Clarins Joli Rouge Lacquer, PS22, eight mouthwatering shades with a rich vinyl shine and the indulgent feel of a balm.
LIP SERVICE CALL us weak, but a creamy, buttery lipstick harder to say no to than a chocolate eclair. We swore our make-up bag was full, but somehow that zip popped open as soon as we saw Clarins Joli Rouge Lacquer, PS22, eight mouthwatering shades with a rich vinyl shine and the indulgent feel of a balm.
the world's largest chocolate eclair, measuring a mouth-watering 600-metres long, was made in Verviers, Belgium in 2016.
Charyn has a gift for the unexpected, both linguistically and narratively: A snake wraps itself around a boy's arm "like a living bandage," and President McKinley has "the soft, sunken heart of a chocolate eclair." The most emotionally resonant relationship in the book is between Roosevelt and Josephine, his pet mountain lion.
On the new menu you'll find chocolate eclair infused with six flavours of chocolate mousse, frozen mixed summer berries garnished with white chocolate ganache and mint, a dark chocolate brownie doused in a chocolate milk sauce and vanilla ice cream, as well as a chocolate and pistachio milk cake (OMG).
He said he'd rather see a singer belting out a song than "looking at a chocolate eclair".
Chocolate eclair is baked to perfection and filled the French way, with chocolate pastry cream and finished with chocolate fondant for a bit of added sweetness.
He added, "For example if you are a French tourist and you arrive in Muscat, you expect a five-star hotel to offer you great things, but then I offer you strawberry tart and chocolate eclair, it is a bit of a disappointment and you wonder why you travelled so far to have something you could have back home."
The hotel has encouraged people with three-year-old children to take their kids along to the gathering where there will be a 20ft chocolate eclair.