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TOP-3 Most Beautiful Easter Eggs 2014

Moving to France for me was inspired by the heady culinary pursuits of chicken liver pâté and pomme frites.  But no other moment sparked as much gastronomic joy as the moment the patisseries dip a menagerie in chocolate and tie it all up in grosgrain.  156 more words

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Paris Part 1; A Parisian Cliché - NOT

In October 2013 I was taken to Paris for my Birthday by The Roman. Yes – the dream. This year I was taken to Paris… 1,673 more words

Sydney's Paris

By popular demand, we’re introducing our city guides series. For the first of our series, we’re starting with Paris, a city that is very near and dear to our heart. 525 more words

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H is for Pierre Hermé

My theme – “26 Things I’d Like To See During Our Trip To France”

 H is for ” Pierre Hermé ” 

What is this? Qu’est-ce que c’est ?

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Salted Caramel Macarons Again!

Here we go again!

I’m certainly more than a little obsessed with macarons, but they are so worth the effort.

Last time, I tried out Pierre Hermé’s italian meringue method for the first time, but it still needed a few tweaks. 659 more words

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Paris and Dessert

      

     

     

     

It’s hard to travel Paris without mentioning desserts, they seem to go hand in hand, Paris – Patisserie – Chocolatier. Souffle Sucre at Le Souffle, starting price at €10 seems hefty but the generous portion makes up for it. 133 more words

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