Here’s to those crisp chilly days in Paris. Yes, the sun sets a bit earlier, but they still have their magic!
We were inspired by @mylittleparis post today so wanted to get your input. The age old debate : Pain au Chocolat or Chocolatine ?
Saturday in Paris. Our version of Tour de France 😉
Weekend baking inspiration : Pâte à Choux in its many forms. Éclairs, Profiteroles, Paris-Brest.... What’s your favorite? Our favorite is the fresh, warm, filled with extra cream one 😉
A grey day in Paris can be rectified by a few things. Here we happen to have a tray of them 😉🥐
When the Boulangerie is as beautiful as all the deliciousness they sell 😍. What’s your favorite?
Secret weapon for those Tuesday’s that feel like Monday’s 😉
That type of Sunday in Paris. - fit for a big Chocolat Chaud and your favorite book. What would you be doing?
Saturday rituals - 🥐 - what are yours? A client did tell us that everyday is Saturday here, which we can’t disagree 😉
Very few things are more satisfactory than making something yourself - especially when it’s edible (and of course made with ❤️).
Winter in Paris means shorter days...but then that means more of enjoying this.
For when you kind of feel like you want to break from tradition - Tarte Tatin aux Poires 🍐. Still gooey caramel of course.
Here’s to those things that usually solve a case of the ‘Mondays’ 😂. Paris-Brest usually does it for us. What about you?
What makes for a perfect Sunday afternoon in Paris? Soaking away a couple of hours with a friend at your favorite Tea Salon - what is yours? A big cup of coffee and tons of fresh cakes and pastries ‘fait maison’ (homemade) make it all the better.
When your fromage is a real heart throb ...
Lunch dessert ‘fait maison’...nothing better than a couple of delicate crêpes slathered in homemade caramel au beurre salé. Roll on weekend!
Happy November 1st everyone! We’ve lost one hour and about a thousand degrees ❄️. BUT, that means our newsletter is here...every month from Paris! Don’t miss it next month ... sign up on our profile.
Because it’s a cold chilly night in Paris and tomorrow is a holiday - both of which call for copious amounts of oven roasted Mont d’Or, crispy baguettes, wine, and friends of course. Dinner is served.