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by Jamie Cahill

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ISBN:
1892145529
Author:
Jamie Cahill
Category:
Europe
Language:
English
Publisher:
Little Bookroom; Main edition (March 25, 2008)
Pages:
256 pages
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1245 kb
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1523 kb
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1491 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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953


This charming book profiles almost 100 of the best patisseries, chocolate shops, tea salons, ice cream parlors and other sweet spots in Paris.

This charming book profiles almost 100 of the best patisseries, chocolate shops, tea salons, ice cream parlors and other sweet spots in Paris. of creams and cream fillings that form the foundation of French pastries. The Patisseries of Paris: Chocolatiers, Tea Salons is a book for your sweet tooth. For those who have a passion for macaroons, this book will inform you where to find every patisserie in every arrondissement. If there was one book published this year that delivered total bliss and joy, it is Patisseries of Paris by Jamie Cahill.

book by Jamie Cahill. Parisians know that a perfect pain au chocolat or wild strawberry tart is among life's greatest pleasures

book by Jamie Cahill. Parisians know that a perfect pain au chocolat or wild strawberry tart is among life's greatest pleasures.

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But which patisserie has the most intensely flavored macarons, the most sophisticated chocolates, or a croissant that is truly beyond compare? In the pages of The Patisseries of Paris, you'll find the most enticing sweets in Pairs. You'll discover what time of day Parisians in the know get items as they come out of the oven, the museums with the most stylish cafes, and other charming spots for light meals. This is the essential guide for anyone who wants to experience French culture, bite by delicious bite.

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In the pages of The Patisseries of Paris, you'll find the most enticing sweets in Pairs.

Parisians know that a perfect pain au chocolat or wild strawberry tart is among life's greatest pleasures. In the pages of The Patisseries of Paris, you'll find the most enticing sweets in Pairs.

The Patisseries of Paris: Chocolatiers, Tea Salons, Ice Cream Parlors, and more is. .The book is divided up by neighborhoods, or Arrondisements

The Patisseries of Paris: Chocolatiers, Tea Salons, Ice Cream Parlors, and more is essentially this type of guidebook. In a city that is known for having some of the most impressive sweets and pastries in the world, this book is intended to help you navigate through the city and pick out the very best ones. The book is divided up by neighborhoods, or Arrondisements. You’ll probably notice that some have quite a few more listings than others, and these neighborhoods tend to be the older ones towards the center of the city.

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Parisians know that a perfect pain au chocolat or wild strawberry tart is among life's greatest pleasures. But which patisserie has the most intensely flavored macarons, the most sophisticated chocolates, or a croissant that is truly beyond compare? In the pages of The Patisseries of Paris, you'll find the most enticing sweets in Pairs. You'll discover what time of day Parisians in the know get items as they come out of the oven, the museums with the most stylish cafes, and other charming spots for light meals. This is the essential guide for anyone who wants to experience French culture, bite by delicious bite.
  • Fonceiah
I stayed at a vacation apartment in Paris with my parents, and this book was already there as part of the decor. My parents are both Francophiles, and my dad particularly loves pastries. He spent many hours reading this book and planning the different pastry shops he wanted to visit. This book has beautiful pictures, with a concise write up on every other page. It's well laid out and organized by the different zones of Paris. I think my dad probably visited at least 20 different shops from this book! I am only taking off one star because the book is a bit older, however I don't think he found a shop that was out of business. I ended up purchasing one for my dad for Father's Day, for their next trip back to the City of Lights.

The only suggestion I would make for the next issue (if there is one), is to include a section for gluten-free pastry shops, as there are at least 3 in Paris that I tried! (and they were not in the book)
  • Nilasida
Does the United States of America not have the beautiful, slobbering inspired items that this book puts together as all in PARIS? One city. Come on. If I ever quit my job? I'm using this as my baseline for opening several shops in the city of which I live.

The pictures are beautiful. The descriptions are great.
Its just a pretty book that has heavy pages and is a good gift for any cook in the family. This will tickle their fancy.
Its cute without being heavy.
  • Thomeena
Terrific book written by a true lover of cafes. This has turned me and my wife on to some very serious cafes and patisseries on our trips to Paris. The classic patisseries are all represented in the best possible form - by arrondissement, so you can go to your favorite cafe after a visit to your favorite landmark/museum. I recommend spending some time and putting them on a Google Map's My Places. An update would be nice, but only a very, very few places have closed. As a Manhattan foodie, I recommend this strongly.
  • Funky
I bought this book to help me plan an upcoming trip to Paris. The author gives a brief overview of many top patisseries in Paris, complete with suggested pastries, tips on what time to visit, etc. It's a great overview and has definitely helped me identify a few must-see places. The book itself is petite and cute, although I wish there was a bit more information on each place, and also more photos. Still, a great and fun travel book.
  • Golkree
This is a wonderful book that combines a very organized review of a wide variety of pastry/ sweet/ snack shops in Paris, and a stunning collection of pastries and sweets that can be found at each shop. The book is not only gives respect to the pastry chefs as true artists, but can also serve as a tour guide while visiting the City of Lights- albeit a guide of the most wonderful sweet shops in Paris. The chapters of the book are divided into the regions- or arrondissement that Paris is divided into. A visitor to the city can simply look up the area or areas that they are in, such as closest to a favorite hotel- and visit the most fun looking shop in the chapter for that area! I simply can't do justice in trying to adequately describe the wonderful full-color photos of the beautiful pastries featured throughout the book. Suffice it to say the author gives credit in the book to the professional photographer who contributed. The photos would be suitable to proudly display framed on a wall! After reading this book, I dare you to pick just a few shops you "just have to visit!" Death- by chocolate- in Paris, sounds like something I could live with!
  • Prorahun
cute book but very small.
  • Dagdarad
The author's enthusiasm is palpable-beautifully photographed and conveniently arranged according to arrondissements. The index is very helpful since it's divided into shops with seating, what is open on Sunday, glaciers, etc. I was delighted to learn about " A Day in the Life of a Patissier" and explanations of the various types of coffee, ice creams and more. Since I have been to quite a few of the shops highlighted I found the reviews extremely accurate; one exception is Angelina that I found to be totally without charm and was not overly impressed with the pastries or hot chocolate. This is a book that I will definitely pack along with "The Plan" and Pudlo's restaurant reviews.
This cocoa-dusted treasure hits that mythical sweet spot between practical, trusted travel guide and gorgeous, dreamy (if petite) coffee table book. Full of the kind of beautiful photos and evocative lyrical prose that you'll never find in any guide and jam-packed with all of the actionable, expert advice that's missing from all those exquisitely photographed gift books, this one has it all. Organized by arrondissements, you're meant to flip to the neighborhood you're visiting to find the author's recos for the best macarons, tartes or baguettes nearby. If I were visiting France soon, that's just what I'd be doing. Cramming bookmarks between the pages, grabbing a map and taking off before the sun came up. But for now, curled up on my couch in New Jersey, I'm literally reading this like a romantic novel. Cover to cover. Dreaming of Paris...