April 13, 2015

5 Things


1) Le drapeau tricolore. A version of it, anyway.


2) A warm spring night on the Seine. With a view.

Macaron of the month

3) The macaron of the month at Pierre Hermé.
(normally I wouldn't share photos of macarons because I really don't find them interesting, but these wildly delicious honey and meadow flower flavored ones warranted a mention!)


4) Golden light


5) Did I happen to mention that it was goat cheese season?

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Betty Carlson said...

I love your "drapeau tricolore." Great find!

I wasn't that interested in "macarons" until three -- yes three -- places opened up in Rodez to sell them! They are all good and we find ourselves buying a box about every other weekend...

Forest said...

love the 'tricolore!

Mardi Michels said...

Thank you for this little peek into Paris this morning. Just what I needed :)

Anonymous said...

Merci beaucoup pour toutes les photos qui me rapproche de mon pays.

Annie v.

Working Girl said...

I really enjoy your photos! Agreed on the macarons thing. They are not my cup of tea but they can be quite beautiful. And, according to the WSJ, they are supposedly going to be "the new cupcake" (in the US). My small suburban town in WA state has a shop that sells nothing but macarons---it's called Lady Yum.

Anyway, I've been buying a lot of them recently because I've been taking them to book groups (those that have chosen my novel to read/discuss). They are one of the foods mentioned in the book…..

Maria del mar said...

the macaroons!!

Jennifer Greco said...

I can't believe there are 3 places in Rodez. That is crazy/amazing!
I've tried a couple more at Pierre Hermé recently and I have to admit that they are amazing. Ladurée macarons are a sad, poor imitation of the real thing.

Thanks! I stopped in my tracks when I saw those doors. It was perfect.

Jennifer Greco said...

You're very welcome, my friend. Have a good weekend!

Working Girl
When they are good, they are very good. When they're not...well...

Jennifer Greco said...

I love that they put a pressed flower on each one. Such attention to detail!