I was a macaron virgin until 2 springs ago
when I baked some because we don’t have a single
bakery in town, Paris is like expensive,
and I am a somewhat
naive fearless baker.
Everywhere you turned in blogland
was one more sexy photo of a colorful macaron
and the celadon green facade of:
an elegant Paris pastry house.
With the opening of
the probability this blogger
will nibble Laduree yum
On to sweet secrets!
Laduree made the pastries for the film
Laduree is famous for double decker macarons
and sell 15,000 daily.
Louis Ernest Laduree was a prolific writer.
Laduree’s grandson Pierre Desfontaines
had the brilliant idea of opening a TEA ROOM
in 1930, which was a hit with women
(who at that time were not admitted to cafes!).
The international development of Laduree
began in 2005 with London.
Laduree’s chef Michel Lerouet
shares his best in a NEW BOOK
Laduree: The Savory Recipes
(photography by Sophie Tramier)
revealing 100 of the most famous
Omg. So beautiful I don’t wanna
touch the pages without gloves.
Laduree: Sucre The Recipes by Andrieu, Philippe (2011) Hardcover
Aching to get my paws on
Laduree: The Sweet Recipes
by Phillipe Andrieu
which features SECRETS of
their magical macarons.
Wouldn’t a tray of holiday macarons
be tres lovely this year?
Which do you crave more…savory or sweet?
Peace to you right where you are.
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