Sweet Paris

Any Parisian will tell you that theirs is the city of romance, light and delicious sweets that are like no others on earth. Take your tastebuds on a tour of Paris in this sumptuous collection of sweet pastries, magnifique desserts and chocolates to die for.

Michael Paul’s stunning photography captures the real ambience and joie de vivre of this remarkable city. Saunter past traditional pattiseries, sit with artists sipping chocolat chaud in Montmartre and savour the delights of the local chocolatier.

With over 30 classic and modern recipes, from comforting pains au chocolate to irresistible macaroons, Sweet Paris is more than a cook book: it’s a sweet-toothed flâneur’s guide to Paris; a city where even the desserts are chic.

Author(s) Michael Paul
Category Food & Drink
Date published 01 Apr 2012
ISBN 9781742701868
Format Hardback
Details 263 pages - 175mm x 200mm

RRP: £20.00

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