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    1. jenkorff 61 months ago | reply

      so lovely. hope you were able to taste noisette from Berthillon. it was my favorite flavor in all of paris.

    2. KimFearheiley 61 months ago | reply

      Simply perfect.

    3. flanmela 61 months ago | reply

      Happy that someone else mentioned Pierre herme -- it really is amazing. Laduree is absolutely fantastic. I brought home some of their perfume (lilac, I think) for a friend. Wonderful place. Beautiful shot.

    4. Funky Cody 61 months ago | reply

      awesome! well done!

    5. abbytrysagain 61 months ago | reply

      i like that these are crushed :)
      it gives them that interesting something-you know

    6. *provinciana 61 months ago | reply

      i love ladurée!

    7. Demetrios Georgalas aka brexians 61 months ago | reply

      macarons aren't cookies...

      Ladurée is a luxury cakes and pastries brand based in Paris, France. It is known as the inventor of the double-decker macaron, fifteen thousand of which are sold every day.

      Louis-Ernest Ladurée, a miller, founded the bakery on the Rue Royale, Paris in 1862. During the Paris Commune uprising of 1871 the bakery was burnt down. A pastry shop was built at the same location and Jules Chéret was entrusted with the interior decoration. The chubby cherubs dressed as pastry cooks, painted by him on the ceiling, form the company's emblem.
      The interior of the premises were painted in the same celadon colour as the façade. Ladurée's rise to fame came in 1930 when his grandson, Pierre Desfontaines, had the original idea of the double-decker, sticking two macaron shells together with a creamy ganache as filling.
      Queen Catherine de' Medici had brought the macaron to France from Italy in the 16th century, and the recipe for the biscuit had hardly varied over the years, but the amounts of the ingredients used and the appearance of the end product were up to the individual bakers.
      Desfontaines also opened a tearoom at the pastry shop. In those days ladies were not admitted to cafés, which were the exclusive domain of men. This was a big success with ladies, who enjoyed meeting in the freedom of the tearoom rather than their homes.

    8. Sally Van Natta 61 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called FABULOUS FOODS (from around the world) NO LIMIT!, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      Those look good -- I will look it up when I am in Paris!

    9. stinkerbell1 61 months ago | reply

      I hope you ate one of their caramel ones... those along with the cassis are to DIE for!

    10. ~moniqe~ 61 months ago | reply

      what a sweet composition! awww :)

    11. AnaBica 60 months ago | reply

      oh my..i miss Parissssssssssssss! :)

    12. rebeccamissing 57 months ago | reply

      Slightly crushed are the best.

    13. bisousmonamour 54 months ago | reply

      Hello love, I'm an admin for a group called Sugary Sweetness, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    14. romajoy41 46 months ago | reply

      delicious looking! I've never had a macaroon...but definitely want one after this photo! Also makes me want to board the next plane to Paris... :)

    15. ♥ Gwyn ♥ [deleted] 45 months ago | reply

      I've posted this beautiful and delicious looking photo on my blog this morning. Thanks for allowing me to share it with my readers! Have a great weekend. Gwyn at

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