Sunday, 5 July 2009

Chez Darras I : la pâtisserie

At Darras pâtisserie! May I suggest a violet éclair (not pictured here because we got the two last ones?! Don't know éclairs? Click on the link!)
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Puis-je suggérer un éclair à la violette de chez Darras, non photographié ici parce que les deux derniers étaient en cours d'emballage pour nous ?

25 comments:

Siam said...

Un beau par terre de gâteaux ou Petits gateaux à tomber par terre.

Clueless in Boston said...

Those looks absolutely delicious.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

You are making me feel hungry! Mmmmm.

Barb said...

On my, what would I choose?....Barb

Louis la Vache said...

Ah! Pâtisserie! «Louis» went to École Boulangerie et Pâtisserie de Paris to learn this. Alas, he had to return to the U.S. before taking the pâtisserie course...

White Oleander said...

They're so delicious...I'm drooling.

Steffe said...

Looks very tasty.

Vogon Poet said...

The reason why you don't show us the éclairs is perfectly good. The rest is anyway glorious...

B SQUARED said...

You are killing me, Ciel. I'll have to diet after viewing your post today. Fantastic.

JM said...

I will take the eclair! Love them! :-)
But all look fantastic and delicious!

Leif Hagen said...

Mon Dieu! Lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil! Heavenly photo! Delicious, mouth-watering details! Arrete! Arrete!

m_m said...

Oh... so many beautiful and for sure tasty things... They make me hungry:) Great shots!

Jacob said...

Omigod! I haven't had breakfast yet! Sheesh! If grandeur can be applied to food, this would be the food! Yum, yum!

Jacob said...

93 degrees! As Frank used to say on Raymond: "Holy Crap!"

That's incredible. How do you get any sleep at all? I hope you have fans at least. You could put some ice in front of the fans...

Yikes!

bfarr said...

They are works of art and look (and I am sure taste) delicious.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

These desserts are gorgeous to look at and I am sure delicious to dine on. The designs and artistic style are so elegant. I am glad you enjoyed the Chihuly on my site today. It is amazing that the last rays of the sunlight at a certain angle cause the glass to look so different and start arcing the colors.

Mary Helen said...

Beautiful Colors!
Your comment on my site was so funny...
because I haven't read any of the books or
seen the movie! I'm not that into vampires either.
Shhhhhhhhhh don't tell anyone. : )

Bob Crowe said...

I've been eating like a starved refugee at my sister's house all weekend and couldn't take another bite. But for this...

tapirgal said...

Yumm. Nice pastries! I'll be over soon to have a bite (or more). Your Wikipedia link found an empty page, I don't know why. I really appreciated your comment about the cars in front of the mural in Astoria, because I had just been wondering if I should have waited until there was a clear shot, and it's hard to find a time when there is light and nobody is parked there. So, your comment was very welcome!

Frankie / Nick said...

Ooohhhhhhhhh a feast for kings no doubt. Beautiful presentation.

Tammie Lee said...

Oh my gosh, this post is absolutely NOT fair! To see and not taste is a huge gigantic tease! These are so amazing looking and you have captured the color wonderfull!

Lee Spangler said...

You are cruel!

Dina said...

What colorful food! Eclairs I remember with love from my Chicago childhood.

Carlos Lorenzo said...

Gosh, that's a very nasty thing to do, showing this with all the hard months of diet we've been through...oh those must be tasty...look at that red one, I can feel the smell...drooling...Hi, I am Carlos, I am sober and this month I have just had wholesome bread and decaff with saccharin... :P

Todd said...

I want one of those little trays. No, both of them, to taste everything!