Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola; Red Violet
For Easter weekend I think we should concentrate on all things rabbit, don’t you? One of my favorite restaurants in Quebec City, is Le Lapin Sauté, The Jumping Rabbit in old French, or the Cooked Rabbit in English! Not only does this restaurant have very tasty soups, entrées, and desserts (not all rabbit dishes, ha ha), the french bistro ambiance is so romantic! We never pass up an opportunity to eat here when we are Quebec City. You can’t miss it, located in the Quartier Petit Champlain area, as it is one of the most stylishly decorated spots in any season! Just look at all those Red Violet, painted pots which make the beautiful display at the entrance to Le Lapin Sauté! You may sit outdoors or in! For a look at the decorations of the restaurant in other seasons, and the inside of the restaurant, just look Here! Enjoy!
Red Violet is another oldie in the Crayola Collection, added in 1930. It is known as Ultra Violet in the “Techno Brite” series and Rock ‘n Roll Raspberry, the color for Ohio, in the “State Crayon Collection.”
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3 Responses to “Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola; Red Violet”
Great photo. It’s very French looking, isn’t it. I love the red violet pots. I thought you were going to give us a rabbit recipe!
Ha ha! I eat the rabbit cassoulet, a rabbit stew there, love it!
Ps I’m already behind on comments today but I’ll get there!