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Ladurée

Ladurée

Ladurée

Nowhere in the world, you can have better cakes than in France… I love cakes and the French “pâtisserie” is something of another level… What is amazing, that at least in Paris, you can buy a fantastic cake from a “boulangerie” on almost every corner! And then there are these…

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Nov '06
Guess : wood or cake?

Guess : wood or cake?

Guess : wood or cake?

“La buche de Noel” by Philippe Starck and Lenotre pastry chefs. I bet it doesn’t taste like wood!

21
Nov '06
Magnolia Cupcakes

Magnolia Cupcakes

Magnolia Cupcakes

To be honest, I have always had “something personal” against cupcakes. For me, a cupcake is rather a boring dessert that is made of dry cake and “too sweet”, even vulgar frosting. And, frankly, I have passed by the Magnolia bakery (401 Bleecker Street (cross street: 11th street)) dozens of…

19
Nov '06
The Divine Macaroons

The Divine Macaroons

The Divine Macaroons

Pierre Herme macaroons would definitely be on the top of “must eat before you die” list if such list existed. These pieces of art are as light as snowflakes, melting in your mouth and have the most innovative and amazing flavours. Apart of their classical flavours macaroons such as “salted…

25
Sep '06
Berthillon Ice Cream

Berthillon Ice Cream

Berthillon Ice Cream

The Berthillon Ice Cream is probably as mythical as La Duree macaroons. And you don’t need to go far to make sure of that – any nice day or late evening there will be always people queuing outside one of the Berthillon resellers on the Île Saint-Louis. (The list of…

14
Jun '06
Good addresses in Paris

Good addresses in Paris

Good addresses in Paris

There are two great places in Paris that ARE NOT closed on Sundays which is quite an exception :). They are both in St Germain, just steps from each other, and they are both world-famous. The first is Gérard Mulot (76 Rue de Seine, 75006), a boulangerie and “trateur” where…

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Jun '06