If you watch Raymond Blanc on the weekends and marvel over his lovely sweet puddings and cakes then this is going to be the master class for you without a

If you watch Raymond Blanc on the weekends and marvel over his lovely sweet puddings and cakes then this is going to be the master class for you without a

Call it la rue du sucre: This is arguably the sweetest street in all of Paris.

Call it la rue du sucre: This is arguably the sweetest street in all of Paris.

To download the Mac and PC icons please refer to my Downloads Page, where you'll find all my icon sets, my terms of use and the licenses I offer. I started work on this MONTHS ago, but couldn't fin...

To download the Mac and PC icons please refer to my Downloads Page, where you'll find all my icon sets, my terms of use and the licenses I offer. I started work on this MONTHS ago, but couldn't fin...

dianepenelope:  Dessert for the eyes! #Repost @le_pink_petite_patisserie__mkr ・・・ ~ Afternoon Tea Time ~

dianepenelope: Dessert for the eyes! #Repost @le_pink_petite_patisserie__mkr ・・・ ~ Afternoon Tea Time ~

Gerald Mulot patisserie, Paris.......OH MY GOODNESS -- HOW SIMPLY DELICIOUS EVERYTHING LOOKS......AND, THE PASTRY CHIEF TOLD ME THEY WERE ALL NON-FATTENING........YES, I'LL HAVE A SLICE OF EACH ONE, IF YOU PLEASE..................ccp

Gerald Mulot patisserie, Paris.......OH MY GOODNESS -- HOW SIMPLY DELICIOUS EVERYTHING LOOKS......AND, THE PASTRY CHIEF TOLD ME THEY WERE ALL NON-FATTENING........YES, I'LL HAVE A SLICE OF EACH ONE, IF YOU PLEASE..................ccp

TOUT DE SUITE! | when in Paris, visiting a patisserie is like a daily ritual. our pictorial (and phoentical) guide to ordering like a local. | Behind the curtain blog | Kate Spade

TOUT DE SUITE! | when in Paris, visiting a patisserie is like a daily ritual. our pictorial (and phoentical) guide to ordering like a local. | Behind the curtain blog | Kate Spade

The baba au rhum dessert was invented at Patisserie Stohrer on rue Montorgueil in the early 1700s. By Louis XIV’s personal pastry chef. The shop is still open, and you can still eat those delicious brioche soaked in booze! The Paris Blog: Group Blog about Paris, France

The baba au rhum dessert was invented at Patisserie Stohrer on rue Montorgueil in the early 1700s. By Louis XIV’s personal pastry chef. The shop is still open, and you can still eat those delicious brioche soaked in booze! The Paris Blog: Group Blog about Paris, France

Parisian Pooch Eclairs from Pretty Patisserie by Makiko Searle. These sweet sausage dogs are perfect for parties!

Parisian Pooch Eclairs from Pretty Patisserie by Makiko Searle. These sweet sausage dogs are perfect for parties!

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