Blooms by Bethan

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The sweet taste of France

Friday, 08 June 2012

Four weeks ago my hubby Paul and I set off on a wonderful holiday adventure to Paris, Picardie and the Loire Valley in France. Along the way we ate lots of amazing pastries, macarons, tarts, baguettes and drank some amazing wine. I thought I’d share a little pictorial journey of our holiday, particularly the floral and cakey things we discovered, which really inspired me.

Me in front of fields of flowers

Our make-shift dinner one night in Paris

Delicious macarons from Fauchon

Pistachio, chocolate-raspberry, chocolate, raspberry, coffee, caramel, cherry & lemon-mint

Lemon tart and black forest from a local boulanger

Famous Paris florist Varda

Varda florist, Paris

Hot chocolate from Jacques Genin in the Marais

Jacques Genin profiteroles

Another dinner at our Paris rental apartment

Make-shift dessert with the spoils of our looting

Rose in the Musee Rodin garden

Rose in the Musee Rodin garden

Rose in the Musee Rodin garden

Praline number 1 made at a boulangers’ expo

Chocolate horn made at a boulangers’ expo

Plaited bread star made at a boulangers’ expo

Flowers in the Loire Valley

We picked a few wild poppies

Roses growing at the Domaine de la Tortinere

Me and Paul on our last night in the Loire

Laduree macarons

Chocolate mousse cake and passionfruit souffle

Lemon macaron from Laduree – incredible

The treats at Laduree

More Laduree macarons!

Gourmet treat shop Fauchon

Fauchon macaron window display

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  • Colinda

    Absolutely incredible food! France knows how to create sweet treats (and gorgeous flowers!) xo

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