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The Most Extraordinary French Lemon Cream Tart

A long time fan of ispahan and admirer of French pastries, I had to take advantage of being in Paris a few months ago and try one of Pierre Hermé’s famous ispahan macarons! 900 more words


Markets and Macarons

During my Christmas trip to Paris, we stayed in a super quaint Air B&B in the Latin Quarter. Lucky for us, there was a small cobbled street lined with markets and cafes within walking distance. 269 more words


On Boxing Day, Oysters, Champagne, and a Brush With a Star

Paris, December 26, 2016

THE best kind of holiday mornings are those where you sleep in, disappear under the sheets, and proclaim to the sun, “You aren’t going to wake me up, even if my alarm isn’t.” Our morning dawdled, fitting for one still gripped with jet lag, and the other who hardly caught deep, meaningful winks of sleep the entire week on account of the mad hours passed at the pastry shop over a Yuletide season of endless customers seeking good eats and and even better sweets. 797 more words

Paris Journal

Baking Tips from Dorie Greenspan

Dorie Greenspan doesn’t know why people tell her that baking is difficult. After all, she already created the recipe. “I did the work,” she laughs, “Just follow the recipe.” Greenspan has created 300 cookie recipes and they are in her new book “Dorie’s Cookies.” 344 more words

Delicate art

Delicate art – craftsmanship that’s almost too beautiful to eat. I find myself sitting & looking at these incredibly beautiful pastries over & over again. Can one say that these pastries has a cool elegance about them, perhaps … 6 more words

Homes / Interiors

Labial Rojo a la Perfección

Te daré una pista… ¡Es el maquillaje para tu álter ego!

Al estar de intercambio en Londres, encontré que uno de mis lugares favoritos era la sección de maquillaje en la tienda departamental Selfridges… 494 more words

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