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Raspberry Macaroon with raspberry filling
Strawberry Shortcake with hazelnut crust
Chocolate Pear Brownie, best to make it when you are not alone, or you might be tempted to eat it all yourself.
Fruit Tartlettes, celebrating the arrival of Strawberries!
If you want your kitchen to smell like chocolate do not make stuffed cabbage rolls.
Lavender Salt, easy to make and has a surprising taste when added to savory food.
Tarte au Citron or Lemon Tart.
Lemon Hazelnut Stuffed Buns, Bite size, and served with Earl Grey Tea.
Hot Chocolate, the kind that will knock your socks off and keep you purring for a very long time.
A golden pear, baked with cream fraiche makes a treasure for lunch.
Laduree in Paris is more like a jewelry shop than a pastry shop. Where macarons are diamonds.
A taste of chocolate... how do they say that in French? Think velvet. This dessert will melt more than your heart.
Applesauce gets spicy with French Calvados.
Ouinoa golden grain pearls with mixed peppers and almonds.
Tomato Pizza without cheese and a dab of mustard.
Fauchon's in Paris a bushel of apples becomes the exotic centerpiece. Who says you have to have chocolate to be a star?
Do you have a romance with Pasta? If yes Orzo Pasta with olives, and feta might become your new best friend.
Carrot Ginger Soup with a twist of lemon and a famously rich dance partner Ginger.
Mixed Garden Greens a wild assortment with a hazelnut dressing.
How to have the perfect cup of tea. It doesn't just take a pretty teacup-- or does it?
Lemon Walnut Pasta, a tangy subtle taste. Blends well with fish or chicken as a side dish.
Chestnuts to create a sweet velvet-y soup. A touch of fresh cream and nutmeg enhance it's aroma.