Thursday, March 5, 2009

French Bakeries

I don't know if I need to write any words. I'm actually probably going to make people grumpy. Thoughts will be running through your head after just looking at this photograph. You'll be asking anyone within earshot "Do we have a french bakery in town?" Then you'll be digging through the phone book, mumbling "bakeries, bakeries...bakeries"..under your breath. Yeah, the withdrawals are starting to get bad. Somehow that Hershey's Dark chocolate bar stashed in the freezer behind the frozen peas just doesn't seem interesting anymore. And how could it? You can already imagine biting into one of these luscious desserts. The lightness of the cake, the creaminess of the filing and the satisfaction of a good 70% plus dark chocolate melting in your mouth. But wait....there's hope! A brand new category on my blog dedicated to the GODDESSES who actually know how to make these kinds of things AND are willing to share their recipes and give step by step instructions! Please visit my new category and check out "The Gourmet Chefs" for yourself! You'll probably even find something for dinner, a side dish, and a whole bunch more. I highly recommend CATHY and MARI !



5 comments:

Anonymous said...

You mean like Michelle Marie's in northern California's Wine Country? These mini cakes are OUTSTANDING! Just inhaled a lemon tarte yesterday for a little treat. Names like Tahitian vanilla bean, Raspberry chocolate mousse, chocolate overload and teramisu, you can't go wrong. Very cute plate too!

Cass said...

Oh my goodness gracious ... I don't think I even have words to describe how those cakes look! Our small (well, small for New Jersey) town doesn't even have a bakery!

I panic in good bakeries; never know what to order. I send my husband, he keeps his head much better, but usually buys too much. Gee... what a shame. :-)

Cass

Kim~HomeIsWhereTheHeartIs said...

Oh Me Oh My! Here I am deciding that today is the day to start eating healthier and what do I find? These lovely goodies on your blog...I can always start tomorrow, right?

Michelle said...

Just wanted to stop by and say hi. Thanks for visiting me at Shabby Creations. The Tai Pan store in Cali. is in Rancho Cucamonga. If you are anywhere near driving distance, it is soooooo worth it. You will not be disappointed. Make sure if you are planning on going, you take an extra piece of luggage to fill it with your purchases!

Janet said...

Now I know what my sister has been obsessed with ---this blog is sooo Nancy and she enjoys every word and pic on it ! Life is good, no ?!