Food Guides the flavors of ladurée… September 29, 2009 …this flavor chart looks delicious! a fun representation of the real thing… Happy Tip: for macarons stateside, my favorites are: Miette in San Francisco, Paulette in Beverly Hills & SF, and Miel in Philadelphia.
paulette just opened in san francisco a few months ago too! we’re so spoiled here. 🙂
There is now a Paulette in Hayes Valley in San Francisco as well.
All of these look so absolutely delicious! My friend and I are planning to try and make macarons when I get home to NJ this December. If we’re successful, maybe I’ll drop out of grad school and open my own shop in San Diego (unlikely, but a nice pipe dream).
I love that chart! It brings back great memories of our Paris trip earlier this year.
I had been following your other blog for years and am happy to see this new food one. 🙂
Do you know if the Laduree flavor chart is available for purchase?
Love the new blog!!
I would love to hang this on my kitchen! so pretty!
mmm Laduree’s pistachio is fabulous! Especially when you pair it with a nice cup of orchid oolong tea.
If I ever open a tea shop, that print is going on the wall!
ah you know abt laduree too? I had their marie antoinette tea, someone brought it from paris. I was just thinking today if I ever make it back to Paris I have to get you some to try…
yes, stateside i think paulette comes closest to laduree…
oooh those are all yum, but my new favorite in nyc is bisous, ciao http://www.bisousciao.com/
If you can get to Opera Cafe & Patisserie in San Diego they have great macaroons. They had a location downtown that I could walk to but alas they moved but they still get raves.
So colorful for a food chart 🙂 looks yummy though..