Thursday doors…It’s not just cherries.

Posted: November 22, 2018 in Thursday doors
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Okay, it’s unlikely that Fougerolles will ever be luring tourists by advertising its selection of doors,  but it’s not just all cherries and distilleries.  Here’s a small selection for your Thursday delectation.  Be sure not to miss the last one!

Here in the U.S., we’re celebrating Thanksgiving.  I have so much for which to be thankful and you, my blogging friends, are certainly a part of that.  Thanks for making my days brighter and more interesting.

© janet m. webb

© janet m. webb

© janet m. webb

After all that walking, we needed a little something, to quote Winnie the Pooh.  So we stepped through one more doorway and found these.

© janet m. webb

The head chef of our 5-star delectable doors is Chef Norm, from Chez Door-licious in Montreal.  Stop by for a little something every Thursday and find tasty delights from around the world

  1. Love your Thursday doors series… I also have an affection for doors and windows, its so fascinating to see how each culture manifest their art in their entry ways!

    • I’m happy to read that you enjoy the doors series. I’m happy I found it, too. Thanks for taking time to comment as well as just view. It’s always appreciated.


  2. Sue says:

    I would be lured by those interesting doors…I’m all for a bit of dilapidation…posted Portuguese dilapidation today’

  3. Dan Antion says:

    Now that’s a door worth entering. So often we are left to wonder what’s on the other side. I like this. Happy Thanksgiving Janet!

  4. bikerchick57 says:

    To heck with the doors, Janet, I’ll take the treats on the shelf…all of them!

    Seriously, I appreciate the doors you’ve shared and wish you a Happy Thanksgiving.

  5. Mmm…tarte au citron. Oh, and that long run of faded yellow doors too.

  6. Beautiful doors, Janet. But to be honest, I lingered longer than I should have on that last photo. Probably put on a few ounces just looking at it. 😮

    • Looking is calorie-free, Jean, so don’t worry. 🙂 For me, one of the best parts of these treats is that they aren’t very sweet, as opposed to treats in the US which are often much, much too sweet for me.

      At any rate, thanks for stopping by and, from the looks of it, right when I was visiting your site. 🙂

  7. I love the ornate grillwork on the last set of doors.

  8. Norm 2.0 says:

    A fun collection of shots Janet. That row of yellow ones is marvelous as are the treats. Enjoy your holiday and please have an extra dessert on my behalf 😀

    • Thanks, Norm. We’re having a very non-traditional Thanksgiving meal for the two of us, spaghetti carbonara being the main course and dessert peanut butter fudge that I made a few days ago. 🙂 It will be splendid.

  9. scr4pl80 says:

    Love the scroll work on door and yes I’ll have some of those goodies too. Happy Thanksgiving Janet. Thanks for sharing your door discoveries.

  10. belocchio says:

    A pastry shop. I am in heaven! So so love the doors. Cheers Virginia

  11. susurrus says:

    Happy Thanksgiving! I enjoyed the doors, but have to confess the cherries were a big distraction, especially as we have a cherry pie set aside for later.

  12. Junieper/Jesh stG says:

    The round Moka’s would be my choice for today! Love especially your third door! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family, Janet!

  13. Su Leslie says:

    Thanks as always for sharing these deliciously rustic doors Janet. And Happy Thanksgiving (though I did say it somewhere else, it’s heartfelt and bears repeating).

  14. Great doors and wonderful hardware including door handles and mail box, but those sweets sure catch my eye on this Thanksgiving which is all about food. 🙂

  15. joey says:

    Nice doors! And now, I’m ready for pie!

    • 🙂 We’re having peanut butter fudge for dessert, Joey, as it’s just my husband and me. It’s a very non-traditional-food Thanksgiving, but a delicious one. Hope yours is wonderful.

      • joey says:

        It IS wonderful, thank you 🙂
        The year that Sassy was born, it was just the three of us (in-laws took the kids to Granny’s) and The Mister had to work so I made fried chicken and it was quite nice. I’m not even sure we had a dessert, but we coulda had some peanut butter fudge and been happy all the same 🙂

  16. wilsonagaba says:

    Happy Thanksgiving, thank you for sharing!

  17. marianallen says:

    Mmmm, wonderful doors, and pastries to die for! What a treat!

  18. I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. It’s good to pause and be thankful. I really like the yellow doors, so much character, though the scroll work was nice too. (To be honest, I had to look up “scroll work” but learned something new … I love that.) The pastries look yummy and a wonderful treat for the end of your adventure. Blessings to you! =)

    • I had a relaxing Thanksgiving, which was much appreciated. We’re looking forward to Christmas when our girls and new s-i-l will be home. Many, many blessings for which to be thankful and I try to think of them every day. Thanks, Brenda. 🙂

  19. Joanne Sisco says:

    I spied mille-feuille in that photo of treats!! Swoon!

  20. Beautiful door finds, again, Janet! I think you stumbled upon the elixir of door blogging, if people can find that last door you found that opens upon pastries, Norm’s TD site will be inundated with door bloggers!