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
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
I can't pass up a Bakery anywhere-no matter what country its in. This may explain why my clothes and I are constantly fighting!
L'Eclair de Génie http://www.lesconfettis.com/finie-la-mode-des-macarons-ou-cupcakes-place-aux-eclairs-ave-leclair-de-genie/
What I would give to go back to France and visit patisseries where displays like this are commonplace. And everything tastes as delicious as it looks.