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Laduree's 2010 feve designed by Christian Lacroix. Feves are baked in to a Kings Cake during the Epiphany celebration in January and the person who ends up with the feve in their slice of cake is king for the day.

Laduree's 2010 feve designed by Christian Lacroix. Feves are baked in to a Kings Cake during the Epiphany celebration in January and the person who ends up with the feve in their slice of cake is king for the day.

feve collection    < P'TIT DEJ >

フェーブ コレクション フランスの朝食12個セット < p'tit dej >

feve collection < P'TIT DEJ >

Esther à Paris: Galettes des rois 2012 - Les plus belles fèves

Esther à Paris: Galettes des rois 2012 - Les plus belles fèves

French Feves Porcelain Glazed- Villagers Townspeople Traditional Costume Attire - Figurines King Cake Baby Doll House Miniatures Mini

French Feves Porcelain Glazed- Villagers Townspeople Traditional Costume Attire - Figurines King Cake Baby Doll House Miniatures Mini

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fèves Ladurée

fèves Ladurée

Day 1:   La Galette des Rois. Epiphany, Three King's Festival, celebrated with this delicious-almondy galette.  If you get a fève in your slice, you are crowned queen or king. Dnner with Andrea and Celine. By Carole MacKenzie

Day 1: La Galette des Rois. Epiphany, Three King's Festival, celebrated with this delicious-almondy galette. If you get a fève in your slice, you are crowned queen or king. Dnner with Andrea and Celine. By Carole MacKenzie

Originally a bean was used, but in modern times a f`ève is a tiny porcelaine figure baked into a Galette des Rois for Epiphany

Originally a bean was used, but in modern times a f`ève is a tiny porcelaine figure baked into a Galette des Rois for Epiphany

“feve”, a ceramic trinket hidden in each Galette de Rois.

“feve”, a ceramic trinket hidden in each Galette de Rois.

Prince-feve. January 6 celebration. France. New Orleans. Epiphany.

Prince-feve. January 6 celebration. France. New Orleans. Epiphany.

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