What a versatile comestible is bread.
It comes in various colours (tho' if it's green, there may be a problem with the quality!)
It can be sprinkled with things. Poppy seeds, for instance.
I don't like poppy seeds and don't have a picture of them.
But I do like poppies.
"Let them eat cake" is the traditional translation of "Qu'ils mangent de la brioche." Usually (and probably incorrectly) attributed to Queen Marie Antoinette, when she was told the peasants were starving and had run out of bread.
Brioche is actually more like a bread than a cake and makes a truly wonderful bread & butter pudding. Just follow Delia's recipe and substitute brioche for the bread. It's even better, if that's possible, with chocolate chip brioche. My friend, Penelope, made this for us in Scotland at New Year. As there was a little left over the next day (hard to believe, I know) I splashed on a tot or two of whisky and warmed it through in the oven. Yumm! (There wasn't time to take a photo. I was too busy eating.)
Staying on the French theme, this Boulangerie in Paris seems rather reluctant to display its wares
And this one has stopped selling bread altogether!